After 30+ years as a graphic designer, I felt I finally had a few items worth displaying. It also struck me whilst looking through a pile of archive discs, that a great number of these designs, things I had totally forgotten, would likely remain that way unless I did something about it.
So here’s a cross-section of my work going back to BSS days (1984-2002), designing albums for a format called vinyl, through to projects undertaken since setting up on my own back in 2008. You’ll mostly see the final version although there’s a couple where I’ve chosen an alternative, preferred layout. There’s also several music projects that pre-date digital design and have been scanned from the original album sleeves.
The video shows the on-screen titles and captions designed for the BBC’s Paul Carrack documentary, ‘The Man With The Golden Voice’. With a title like that, I felt a kind of James Bond parody was appropriate for the main opening title.
Please note: Hovering over many of the images will produce a brief project description and links to artist websites etc.
Posted by admin on 18 February 2013