A selection of twelve images for Time Magazine's 'Your Digital Life: The Ultimate User's Guide'. I designed and built these 'Analogue apps' as openers for the guide's chapters.
Photography by Jasper Fry
Savoy Cocktail Menu
Known the world over for its theatrical Art Deco setting and innovative drinks, The Beaufort Bar has launched a spectacular new cocktail menu that pushes the boundaries of cocktail making, imagination and design.
Commisisioned by Head Barman Chris Moore the menu is a collboration between Illustrator Joe Wilson and myself. As far as we know it's a world first. It’s been a year in the making and a wonderful project to be part of.
Illustrations by Joe Wilson & paper engineering by Helen Friel
Sets for Ted Baker's Annual Report and the front of Ted Baker's London Headquarters. Photography by iHeartStudios.
A series of images exploring the art of hepatomancy - predicting the future by studying animal entrails - first practiced by the Babylonians over 4000 years ago. A personal project in collaboration with photographer Chris Turner.
The Imp of the Perverse
A short story by Edgar Allan Poe, The Imp of the Perverse discusses the voice inside all of us that makes us to do things we know we shouldn’t do. Each page is perforated in a grid system with sections of the text missing. Readers must follow the simple instructions to tear and fold specific sections to reveal the missing text. Books are usually precious objects and the destruction is engineered to give the reader conflicting feelings, do they keep the book in it’s perfect untorn form? Or give in and enjoy tearing it apart?
Hoakes & Co
Inspired by 1950s packaging ‘impossible gifts for impossible people’ comprises five products - Elbow Grease, Midnight Oil, Ps and Qs, Winks (Pack of 40) and Bermuda Triangles - and comes courtesy of fictional company Hoakes & Co...
Having first achieved notoriety for their revolutionary powdered water during WWII, Hoakes & Co went on to become the world’s largest supplier of tartan paint, sky hooks and glass hammers. The company’s factory has remained locked since Hoakes & Co’s mysterious closure in 1953 but now, 50 years on, recent developments mean that their products can be enjoyed by connoisseurs of curiosity worldwide. However, although Hoakes & Co’s classic packaging design has survived half a century out of the spotlight, experts are baffled as to how the products’ contents have been extracted whilst the seals remain intact.