Classically, there has been a phrase that I have lived by: ‘A problem shared is a problem halved.’ So, I’ve taken this idea up to a new level and begun with a new project – A webcomic, illustrated by my marvellous friend: Ashleigh, set in a fictional world of my design, with me writing for […]Read more "Multi-discipline Work – Atlas and Eyre"
Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. Web Development – for most, a confusing task performed only by turbo-nerds and basement-dwellers. However, now, I too must take the sweaty plunge into Web Development, and learn: how to web design. Firstly, my experience prior… I once opened Dreamweaver, and made a little box appear and […]Read more "Design in the Digital Environment"
(Looks like branding’s back on the menu’s boys!) Once again, we’re back at the branding, this time for a contemporary furniture company. Starting off, I’ll look at current branding of several popular and successful furniture companies to base my idea’s off. I’ll start with Vitra. A Swiss company following the traditional view of these […]Read more "Graphics, Contemporary Furniture and Branding."
So, from designing a simple product, to designing a whole city. Things move real fast huh? This project is aimed at the re-branding of Sheffield, away from the steel industry to a more contemporary view of the city, incorporating it’s newer features. So, using my basic research from The Steel Tree project, I began […]Read more "Re-branding Sheffield"
In truth, I’ve always disliked the connotation of the word ‘Manifesto’. It always seems so political and pretentious. That being said, I do like the word… perhaps I’m also political and pretentious… So, here follows the manifesto of an aspiring graphics monkey, and cultural abnormality known as Sam Warriner. “[…]I’m here to ask you […]Read more "Freedom, through thought. A Manifesto."
(buy, buy, buy! Sale, sale, sale!) Advertising is a difficult process. More thought goes into adverts than most people would think. However, good adverts come in many forms and for many different reasons – with 4 distinct categories: Surrealism, Abstraction, Sexuality and Comedy. Surrealism in advertising can be found in adverts like the old […]Read more "Advertising and Promotion"