Tuesday, 4 December 2007


Came across this gem in the guardian the other day. Loads of entertaining notes on there, you really need to look at it to see what its all about, enjoy.

Hoot Hoot

Hello long time no post! I came across this just after we had finnished our packaging project and thought it was pretty funny. http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2344/2055904112_5e1bfdafb5_b.jpg

Saturday, 10 November 2007

Nizky Pudl

I came across this site the other day http://nizkypudl.net/ it has some amazing work on it. I haven't managed to look through it all but I particularly like the creative use of book binding here and here also there is some other stuff that looks really interesting like this work exploring dreams. Loads of good stuff on there go and check it out!

Monday, 5 November 2007

3 Questions

What were you?

Someone who liked to make stuff look pretty.

What are you now?

Someone who wants to learn what graphic design is really about.

What will you become and how?

A good designer and successful through hard work.

Tuesday, 30 October 2007


What your seeing here is a collaboration between LRG and Fit which is one of the best respected BMX brands.
In my slightly geekly opinion as a BMX obsessive these bikes are HOT! and go some way in combining 2 things I love bringing a slightly greater design focus to the aesthetic of a BMX.
You can read more about it on Defgrip.


Well this being my second post and I thought I'd share with you a bit of what I have been doing over the summer. Firtsly this is my website/blog thing; http://tricklist.fateback.com/ its where I post all the picture and videos of me and my pals riding BMX, which beside from graphics is what I'm really into. Also this is 1 of many videos I have filmed and edited of me and my mates riding. enjoy!

Friday, 26 October 2007

First Post

Ok after getting terribly confused about passwords and logins etc. and setting up a completely new blog i'm finally here and ready to post. I came across Aurel Schmidt this moring and was totally blown away by her work, I love the detail and work thats gone into each piece but also the way she can make very simplified versions of he pieces equally as effective. This is what it says about her on the supertouch blog:

"Emerging from the East Village art scene with a style as distinct as her name, Schmidt is the rare artist with profound imagination, sheer technical power and a fantastic sense of humor who is able to switch between hyper-detailed obsessive/compulsive technical rendering and fun, simple, Pop-inspired imagery with ease. Her medium of choice remains pencil & crayon on paper but the incredible detail and complex tones of her tightly executed imagery give her fantastic tableaux’s the depth of oil paintings."

You can see more of her work on the supertouch blog. More posts soon!