Many years ago I was fortunate to have met design legend Neville Brody, who at the time was working on a large way finding and interior graphic scheme for a shopping complex in Paris. Being in his studio and seeing just a glimpse of how creativity can elevate a simple sign design into a brilliant piece of visual communication was an unforgettable experience. So one of my more interesting freelance jobs […]
I got to contribute a small job to Sony Music/Legacy Recording’s stunning, four-disc super deluxe edition box set of Adam and the Ants‘ classic 1980 album, Kings Of The Wild Frontier. Inside the lavish box set, which includes the original album, B-sides, rarities, demos, live recordings, DVDs, and promo items is a 180g gold vinyl gatefold LP of the newly remastered Kings... I was asked to retouch a series of photographs on a contact sheet previously unseen, from the original Kings… shoot. […]
Here’s a bit of coverage of our current work on Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball (for Trigger) in Media Week. Bunbury Creative designed the ads which future multiple executions allowing for a ‘live’ deployment as the lineup for the show is announced. The DOOH campaign is running throughout London on multiple sites for the rest of the week. Full write up coming soon, but if you’re out and about keep an […]
Our recent run of press advertising included a campaign for Yusuf Islam (the artists formerly known as Cat Stevens). While you can read our case study here, the bit of the project I found most noteworthy is Yusuf himself. While I was researching headlines and imagery, I happened upon a video titles “The Story of Tell ‘Em I’m Gone”, which is a short film by Danny Clinch that takes a look inside […]
My aural alter-ego Reduxe returns with another rework, this time it’s The Jacksons on the receiving end of a synthpop workout, on their dance floor classic, “Shake Ya Body (Down To The Ground)”. Originally recorded by The Jacksons for their 1978 album Destiny, this was actually written by Michael and Randy and could well be one of my favourite Jackson’s jam. Free download here.