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Check Out This Landing Page Website For RHEA

Check out this cool little one-page website/landing page I recently created for up-and-coming singer/songwriter Rhea. Bunbury Creative been working with her for some time now, both on frontline design work and behind-the-scenes creative direction. As she’s about to enter a new phase of promotion gearing for a new release, we were enlisted to consolidate her online presence into one site. I recommend that any band or artist should have one main online ‘destination’, […]

March 28, 2017 | 0 Comments | NewsRead More


LDN London T-Shirt By Bunbury Creative

London calling! Available in my online shop this week, is this LDN t-shirt featuring an original logo design by Bunbury Creative. LDN is a phone, geographic and colloquial abbreviation for London, and as a born-and-bred Londoner, I’ve always been fascinated with the graphic identities of cities. My earliest memory of this, is looking through my parents vinyl collection and being fixated at the 12″ sleeve of  ‘I Love New York’ by Metropolis – probably late 70s/early […]

February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments | Doodles, FeaturedRead More


Watch This Animated Explainer Video For Sport Playlists

More updates coming out of Bunbury HQ this week. Check out this animated explainer video I produced for sport/music promotion company Shoot Music, and their Sport Playlists sub-brand. Shoot Music is a music promotion specialist for the sport market. As part of a growing portfolio of services and offering, the company have launched a streaming playlist service, which covers sport-related music playlists and curation for brands. My creative services have been retained by Shoot […]

February 27, 2017 | 0 Comments | NewsRead More


Gary Barlow Time Out Magazine Illustration

Londoners (and anyone who might be visiting our esteemed capital), be sure to pick up a copy of Time Out today, and check out my illustration of Gary Barlow stomping through London’s ‘Theatreland’! It was created for a feature in the magazine’s Theatre & Dance section. For the uninitiated or you non-UK residents out there, Gary Barlow is a former member of UK super-boy-band Take That, now a leading singer/songwriter, performer, television personality, and a theatre […]

February 21, 2017 | 0 Comments | Featured, NewsRead More


Introducing The New Destination for Sport Playlists

  Our creative services remit will cover much of Shoot’s marketing output, but more specifically we’ve been developing their latest project, Sport Playlists, beginning with the brand new site we created at sportplaylists.com. Sport Playlists is Shoot’s foray into curated playlist creation. Playlists are a great way to increase fan engagement, promote positive dialogue around sporting events, and to discover and share new music. We’ve already created official playlists for some of […]

December 20, 2016 | 0 Comments | News, ProjectsRead More


Sony Christmas Press Ad Artwork And Photography

Here’s press ad artwork for Sony Music UK and music retailer HMV I recently completed. Music fans can find it in the current issue of Uncut, a monthly magazine aimed that focuses on music both classic and contemporary, culture and movies. It’s the first of my Christmas graphic design jobs for 2016, but is also noteworthy for another reason. It’s the first ad artwork where I’ve done everything, from the photography to the […]

October 31, 2016 | 0 Comments | Articles, NewsRead More


Susan Boyle A Wonderful World Album Artwork

Some new work to share! As we ramp up towards Christmas shopping season (not my favourite time of the year if I’m honest), the festive-themed jobs start popping up. So earlier this month I designed cover art and packaging for a new Susan Boyle album, A Wonderful World, for the good folks at Able Media and Sony Music UK/Syco. A Wonderful World will be the seventh studio album by singer Susan Boyle. It is set to be […]

October 24, 2016 | 0 Comments | NewsRead More


A Guide to T-Shirt Printing and DTG Platforms

Over the years I’ve made several forays into designing and t-shirt printing as an independent creative, and as a graphic designer working for clothing manufacturers. These days, the graphic t-shirt printing market is increasingly challenged. Both with the peak of oversaturated streetwear brands, and smaller labels unable to compete with the ‘fast fashion’ of mainstream chains. When I started out, the main two ways for a graphic designer to get an image […]

October 10, 2016 | 1 Comments | Articles, ClothingRead More


London Boroughs Basketball Graphics

Over the summer I started playing basketball again for the first time in years. Initially just as something to do with my kid, I quickly rediscovered how much I loved the game. But with getting back into it, I need some proper gear to play in. Gone are the days of playing in inappropriate clothing (tight running shorts run a risk of unsightly exposure). As a man of a certain […]

October 7, 2016 | 0 Comments | Articles, ClothingRead More


Advice For A Young Graphic Designer

I recently enlisted the help of a young graphic designer for a contract, and as a ‘senior’ designer I found myself offering bits of advice here and there. From how to approach a new project, to finding one’s feet in an industry many say is on the decline. So in this post I’ve attempted to crystallise some of these thoughts into a few points that may be of benefit to young creatives, […]

October 3, 2016 | 0 Comments | ArticlesRead More