Pottermore Ltd. is the digital publishing, e-commerce, entertainment, and news company from J. K. Rowling and is a global digital publisher of Harry Potter and the Wizarding World. It offers news, features, and articles as well as new and previously unreleased writing by J.K. Rowling.
Working closely with the in-house brand team at Simba, I was asked to create a series of illustrations to give their brand a new lease of life.
I was tasked with developing a unique illustration style that could be used across the brand, from website through to printed collateral, creating a unique look and feel that would stand out from their competitors and help solidify their position as "Europe's best selling mattress".
Harper Collins role in the life of a book is crucial. With every new release they help stories to grow and flourish. As one of the world’s biggest publishers, every year they have a plentiful list of new books to showcase and celebrate. The ‘Big Book Bonanza’ is a touring showcase of all of the new books and authors the publisher has on offer.
Along with a collection of other illustrators, I was commissioned by YCN & Design by S-T to create a library of illustrations that would be used across the BBB event, featuring on invitations, posters, environmental graphics and in a promotional animation.
Walsingham Farm Shops have been around for eight years, they have two stores based in North Norfolk, selling good quality, locally sourced and home made produce. They approached Twelve Studio with a brief to reinvigorate the brand and develop a platform on which to relaunch, with a view to retailing their own product nationally.
Working with their existing assets my role was to help develop the brand symbol, to refresh the identity and create a range of new assets including colour palette, illustration and packaging.
The 2017 Annual Review sets out the progress made within the first year of operations at the National Cyber Security Centre. Working with the design team at Studio La Plage, I was tasked with creating the report cover, illustrating various touch-points throughout the document and also producing a suite of infographics and icons to be used across print, digital and social platforms.
A selection of editorial illustration work commissioned for a range of publications including, Dezeen, Stylist and The Sunday Times Magazine.
Dezeen – Design Calendar 2018
Land Business Magazine
Stylist Magazine – The Fashion Issue
Modus Magazine – Debate, Women quotas in construction
The Sunday Times Magazine - My life as a nurse: 20 years on the frontline of the NHS
Strutt & Parker – Land Business Spring/Summer 2018
Modus Magazine Asia – Debate, Tiered 1 cities vs Tiered 2 cities
Modus Magazine – The Air Issue
Dezeen - Dezeen Decade
RCM Midwives Magazine
RCM Midwives Magazine
Food Behind Bars
Food Behind Bars is a national campaign to improve prison food standards in the UK, launched in November 2016 by campaigner and journalist Lucy Vincent.
Working Closely with FBB, I developed a range of illustrations to help highlight the key aspects of the campaign, from education through to funding – creating assets that can be used online, across social channels and in print.
Sainbury’s is one of Britain’s best loved brands, with tonnes of heritage worth celebrating, they often create large scale murals to showcase their company history, along with the history of the sites their stores inhabit.
Working with Twelve studio, I was tasked with creating a series of bespoke artworks to help add individual and unique character to a number of Sainsbury’s stores. These pieces are large format, very impactful and situated in prominent areas of a store – and the style and content vary, depending on each store’s history and locality.
The pieces below are from Harpenden, Nine Elms, Victoria Station & Fulham Wharf.
For the ‘2018 Voting Registration’ campaign, working with La Plage, I created a range of assets that were animated and used across The Labour Party social channels to encourage people to register to vote.
Focusing on topics such as the NHS, Tuition Fees and the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbin.