Each year Jacky Winter release the annual JW Field Guide, showcasing their roster of Australian and international Illustrators, Artists, Typographers, Animators, Photographers and Film Makers.
Jacky Winter director Jeremy Wortsman approached me with his vision for a freemason-esque creative bible for 2015. And so we built a leather bound temple of gold and holographic foil, filled with visual metaphors and humble offerings to the creative demigods who rule our kind.
With apologies to The Illuminati. Please don't kill me.
Editorial illustrations for GQ Australia to accompany a feature exploring theories on the end of the world.
The feature discusses our untimely demise via the rise of super-human oppressors, bio-terror, alien invasion, antibiotic inefficacy and the increasingly credible theory that humanity may just be an elaborate alien computer simulation that could be switched off at any moment.
Live every day people. Live. Every. Day.
lllustration for Little White Lies movie bible, What I Love About Movies which sees fifty of cinema’s brightest lights answer a single, searching question: 'What do you love about movies?'
Inspired by his quote, the piece re-imagines Wes Anderson as the impeccably dressed expedition guide, transporting movie-goers to otherwise inaccessible destinations near and far.
Purchase the book here.
Illustration for ESPN The Magazine to accompany a story on the rivalry between Cleveland Brown's quarterbacks' Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel.
3 Colour silkscreened gig poster for Singer/Songwriter Darren Hanlons' March 2014 tour.
Inspired by tales of Darrens travels through the Southern U.S. whilst writing and recording, each poster is signed and numbered by Darren and includes a download code for the first single from his forthcoming record, Where are you from?
Static animations for Men's Style bloggers Oliver Grand to launch their exclusive cocktail list with Manly Beach bar Papi Chulo.
Cover illustration for the Sex Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll issue of Australian art, design and music culture magazine, No Cure.
Two sets of cover artwork depicting the pleasure and consequences of the Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll life were overprinted in Pantone Fluro's.
Each copy comes with a pair of custom wayfarer viewing glasses, allowing the reader to view each cover in isolation; left eye = pleasure, right eye = consequence.
Dangerfork are a Melbourne based Screenprinter focussed on fine quality art and poster printing who were looking for a new identity that reflected their passion for the craft and close attention to detail.
We developed a brand narrative with a new tagline 'The Devil's In The Detail'; a reference to the Dangerfork name, approach and dark undercurrent of their street-art roots.
From there we crafted the DF monogram with a nod to devils tails and pitchforks before working up into primary and secondary marques that create a modern-heritage feel and allow for flexible usage on applications such as print-collateral, rubber stamps, packaging, product seal stickers and embossing.
Illustration and cover design for US Comedian Marc Marons' biography, Attempting Normal.
Comissioned by: Random House.
Art Director: Alex Merto.
Design, typography and illustration for Flow Snowboards' Blackout model.
Identity suite for Hungarian skateboard community website.
Editorial illustration - How To Learn A New Skill in 20 Hours.
Series of spot illustrations for Insight's Summer 14 Womens Collection.
Editorial illustration for Little White Lies 50th issue special which teamed up 50 writers with 50 Artists to dissect and illusrate 50 films from the last 50 years.
Paul Thomas Anderson's 1997 love-letter to the golden age of porn was served up as the subject for this fictional take on the adult film world that Dirk Diggler found himself embroiled in.
More about Project Fifty, the magazine and exhibition at Project-Fifty.com
Editorial illustration for the Making Places issue. The article sees Marcus Westbury weigh in on urban design, suggesting cities should be less like Hollywood and more like YouTube.
Editorial illustration for French futurist magazine article on the emerging subculture of basement bio-hackers who augment their bodies with DIY electronic implants in their quest to obtain a 6th sense.
Read the article here here
Cover Illustration for OFF LIFE, the UK's only street press magazine dedicated to up-and-coming indie comic talent.
3D anaglyphic illustrations for HireVue's Hi-Def digital video recruitment product which brings the standard paper resumé to life via video, social and workplace enriched workplace interations.
VHS box and poster for Not For Rental exhibition, a movie-inspired charity exhibition held at 71a Gallery London, July 2013.
Editorial illustration commissioned by Mens Health Australia to support an article discussing strategies for overcoming debilitating medical phobias.
Artwork, logo and launch collateral for 8 Bit Love's 2nd EP entitled IN-3D. True to it's namesake the artwork was created in anaglyphic 3D and each physical copy includes a pair of 3D glasses.
Cover artwork, logo and poster for 8 Bit Love's Bad Taste single, lifted from their In 3D EP.
Art print for Alphabetica group show at He Made / She Made gallery, Dec 2012. 26 local and internationally renowned artists, illustrators and typographers each created their own unique interpretation of a single letter of the alphabet with all proceeds going to Dandelion Support Network who clean and safety check new and pre-loved children’s clothes, nursery items and toys for distribution through social workers to the children of families in crisis.
More about the show and the cause here
Key graphic and poster for annual Melbourne music conference with a focus on connectivity and the importance of digital technologies to the future of the Music Industry.
Key graphic, poster and advertising for Melbourne based music conference.
Bro-Model Skate graphic and posters for Kingpin Skate Supply team rider
Contents illustration for the Street Edition of Trunk Junk Magazine. Buy it here
Editorial illustration commissioned by Playboy Italia for a short fiction piece entitled Privé. The surreal, dream-like narrative follows a woman seeking affection in a brothel as she ponders answers to philosophical questions of love, lust, money and cats.
Theory were looking to refresh the brand with a new identity incorporating an eye icon to reflect the brands subversive attitude and grassroots following.
We developed a suite of wordmarks with a simple eye icon that allow for flexible usage across a broad range of applications, from skate decks and tee-shirts, to digital marketing and retail packaging.