Promotional Poster & Postcard illustration designed to celebrate Mór Irish Gin's launch in the UK
The lads from Mor were handing out gin tasters at the 2017 Irish Open. I was asked to design a golf themed illustration that they could use for poster and postcard designs. The Gin Making infographic is something that was thrown in just for fun.
A private commission for a fan of the game and a personal friend of mine. I've also played Child of Light and it's one of the best games I've had the pleasure of Experiencing in years. It's so creative and visually beautiful and the story is both heartwarming and heartbreaking at times. In my opinion it's an instant classic that I would recommend to anyone.
All three illustrations were designed to celebrate the launch of a new Irish Craft Gin "Mór Irish Gin". The concept was to tell the story
of the Master Distiller on his adventurous journey. From humble beginnings gathering botanicals in the Tullamore Mountains and then expanding the business to Northern Ireland and finally landing in the USA.
Cover Design for a self published author. The cover depicted a pivotal scene in the book where the two main characters faced a magical roaring forest fire.
I didn't want the scene to represent any one particular part of the game but wanted to capture the essence of the two very distinct and contrasting moods that were generated while playing the game. The lonesome journey between Joel and Ellie could at times be calm and very peaceful but could turn sharply into a darker period that added great contrast to the gaming experience. The typography is inspired by the spores that carry the infection.
Rock Paper Books is a small publisher reproducing the classics with minimal interior and modern cover design. Check out their website www.rockpaperbooks.com 'Robinson Crusoe' was my book of choice - "the classic adventure story". Adventure stories have fascinated me from a young age, and trying to capture the epic atmosphere of a great adventure graphically is something I can really get passionate about. I have a fascination with the composition of landscapes and their beauty and each time I design one I try to push it to the next level. For Robinson Crusoe my aim was to create more than just a bright vibrant illustration; I wanted to evoke a dramatic, lonely but serene setting and my inspiration came from the quote that I have incorporated on the back cover. The bearded face of Crusoe can be seen incorporated into the landscape using his small hut and some rocks as the eye, it didn't turn out as obvious as I had planned but if you can spot it, it's something you might appreciate. I went as far as to add some details that might never be spotted by some, such as the footprints on the beach and the wreckage amongst the rocks but these were all elements of the story that I just couldn't leave out and they are purely there to please the true fans of this tale.
A collection of posters I designed inspired by the game Shadow of the Colossus.
Artwork inspired by Uncharted 4 a thief's end
Alternative Interstellar Movie Poster.
Alternative Man of Steel Movie Poster.
Starwars and tennis...Why not?
Poster art inspired by a childhood favourite of mine, Kingdom Hearts.
Abe's Oddysee was recently re released on playstation 4. So after playing it again I was inspired to create some tribute posters.
Alternative movie poster design for the 2014 Maleficent movie.
Sons of the Patriots inspired art
The Hobbit poster inspired by the goblin town scene from the first movie.
Poster Set for The Hobbit Trilogy.
Fallout inspired game art