Archive for April, 2008

Ben Drury SweetTalk

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008


So got to hang out with Ben Drury AGAIN last night before, during and after SweetTalk 32 ! What a great guy, his design work for Mo Wax Records is Amazing! For a long time in the 90’s I was buying every record Mo Wax released for the music and the design. I was a bit of a fan boy at the start of the night as I had brought along some record covers for him to sign. Like the above Money Mark EP - Don’t Cry.

I love being in the Candy Collective!

American Illustration 27

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

Received word that 2 of my entries were selected by the American Illustration 27 Jury this year to appear on their disTRIBUTE showcase website. While the images will not appear in the book, it was one of only 294 images from 7,500 submitted to receive at least 2 votes and is therefore eligible to appear permanently on the web site - where over time illustrators can build an online portfolio of their AI winning images and where creatives can make direct contact with them. news_am27.jpgThis will be launched in November!


Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

news_yay.jpgThanks to Chris Kalani for including me in his weekly collection of websites, art, photography, design and videos on YAY!MONDAY!

APMC Winner!

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008

Ooh, exciting awards news reached me today. The Irish Times ­ 12 Days of Christmas Promotion, illustrated by little ol’ me for TEQUILA, has won a bronze gong at the APMC (Association of Promotional Marketing Consultants) 2008 awards and won it’s overall category.

You can view a Step By Step of this on an earlier post.

Lisa Haran’s Showreel

Friday, April 4th, 2008

news_showreel.jpgSome title board designs for designer and creative director Lisa Haran’s showreel. There are a couple more in Typography section.

More Posters At Work!

Friday, April 4th, 2008

news_dublinbus.jpgThanks to my mian man RICH GILIGAN for sending me this photo, can’t you tell he is a professional? It’s the custom type I did for Dublin Bus poster, actually on a bus shelter.

You can look at the illustration in focus here.