Denver, part Great Divide.
Got to spend a few hours at one of my favourite breweries in the world, it was ace.
Denver, part Great Divide.
Denver, part two.
Denver, part one.
Latest artwork for the University of Glasgow. I’ll be uploading more shortly, but this is the main piece of branding for Freshers’ Week 2014 which sees the University welcome ~5000 new students.
I’ll write more about it at a later stage when I upload some more artwork, but it essentially comes from the ideas of interaction and interconnectivity, with the network representing the vast amount of things going on on campus during the week. The lines represent potential journeys around campus, with the icons as pitstops to take in an event such as live music, sport or something to eat. The smaller coloured circles and diamonds represent smaller interactions - the kind of impromptu things that you stop to look at in your day that aren’t necessarily part of the formal events timetable.
I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out.
Got around to putting a load of documents I’ve done for various clients on to issuu. Nice to have everything in one place.
This is mostly the big stuff - not much by way of posters/flyers, but I’ll get round to putting them up soon.
chvrches escalated quickly.
Quick job I completed for the National Piping Centre for a special edition beer they’ve collaborated with WEST to produce for Piping! Live’s 10th birthday event.
Not my best work, admittedly, but the brief was tricky so think it came out okay.
Wedding planning is stressful, but luckily I can take at least one bit of it into my own hands.
This is the Save The Date card which has gone out to our guests for the wedding. Wasn’t sure about using the engagement photo, but figured that not everyone has them so might as well make the most of them.
Test bottle from my second batch of home brew, which has been bottle conditioning for just over a week.
It’s a red ale, dry hopped for four days with about 35g of citra and 35g of cascade hops.
I was slightly worried about infection, and it carbing up properly, so opened one of the forty bottles a fair bit earlier than I needed to. It’s still very young, but it’s got a lot of potential and should be lovely in a couple of weeks time.
Spent an afternoon with the QMU Whisky Club and friends to mark the anniversary of a close mate’s birth at Auchentoshan distillery on the outskirts of Glasgow.
The tour was fantastic, and the whisky… alright.
Took my camera along simply to take photos for the club’s website/social media, as its run by a few friends, but ended up with a few nice snaps including the one above, that might be worth sharing.