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Peaks - View closeup / Available in the shop

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Limited edition of 50, inkjet print on Somerset Satin 300gsm paper.

Leo Ewals, 'Wim Zurné: Werk'

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Dutch artist monograph. 192 pages, 22000 words, 249 images.
Hardback cover with exposed cloth spine. Buy here.

360 Degrees of Cake - View closeup / Available in the shop

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A3 inkjet print.

Illustration of Sir Peter Cook

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Created for 75 Peters exhibition held in Brisbane, Australia.


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A3 inkjet print exclusive to Smug, Camden Passage, Islington, N1. Buy here.

Rome map

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Illustration for Wallpaper* Magazine.

Cylinders - View closeup / Buy blue edition here

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Limited edition letterpress print on Somerset Satin 300gsm paper.
Red edition exclusive to Smug, 13 Camden Passage, Islington, N1.

Degree Show Branding

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BA Graphic Design 2009, Camberwell College of Arts.
Collaboration with James Hayter.

Changing Shadows

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Screen print series documenting the opening and closing of flowers.
Prints available from Smug, 13 Camden Passage, Islington, N1.

Tracing Shadows

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Photographic work documenting light and shadows on trees at night.

Camberwell Arts Festival 2009 promotional campaign

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Screen printed wallpaper posters, website and brochure.
Collaboration with James Hayter and THIS IS Studio.

Poster for International Educator's Conference, 2008

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Designed for ECCA to describe what they do.

'How to find us' Map

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Proposed for fashion designer's website.
Collaboration with Quickmap.

V&A Village Fête, 2008

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Rudolf Hass' Avocados
Players guide an avocado seed past the holes to win a prize.

Christmas Conflict

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Edition of 16. The more Christmas presents you give, the higher you score.

Roadside Sundial

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The shadow cast by the lamp post allows you to tell the time.

Liquid Typography

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A system designed to create 27 unique characters
by dripping liquids onto an overhead projector.
Collaboration with James Hayter.


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The passing of time is shown by transforming video footage into long two-dimensional images.