Project Update

So it’s been a long time since I posted, probably because once I get working the blog just isn’t on my mind. However, it now is, so this post is just going to update you on what I have been up to. Below is the full completed set of icons. These are what I based…

Latest Edition

Hi guys, just a quick blog post to show you the latest edition to my ever expanding collection of art for my bedroom wall. This vintage style American mirror advertisement for Coca Cola. A pub that I have gone to for a couple of meals in recent times has a lot of this style of art on…

Today at Work

So today I was at work, the first thing I had to do during the day was apply some decals to a Peugeot, so I took some pictures of the finished result and thought I would place them on here. I was very pleased with how they came out and certainly gave the vehicle a…

Critical Reflection Session 2

Today I had my second critical reflection, this time with a different set of design colleagues. I decided that instead of showing any A3 sheets with already developed icons on them, I would show my sketch book and the full development phase that I went through. There was a mixture of positive and negative comments…

Airport Icons, Development Phase.

For my Final Major Project in BA Hons graphic design I decided to take on the challenge of developing a new wayfinding system for international airports, and possibly more specifically London’s Heathrow. This will include signage layout design, Icon development, Typeface development / exploration and a small promotional campaign. I thought I would share some…

Revamped Podcast – No. 1

Well it is finally here, the new and improved visually interesting podcasts, all about Graphic Design, Photography, Filming and Fun. I cannot believe it has been a whole year since my first attempt at doing such a thing. Find the video below and enjoy! Thanks for watching, Tom out!

Academic Year 2010/11 – Day 19

Today, although focusing mainly on my essay work, I had a couple of ideas that jumped into my mind that I quickly wrote down in my book. I then developed them further when i got home. They were more to do with layout as opposed to anything else. With inspiration being taken from Schiphol airport…