I was asked to design a window vinyl for Infinity Foods Shop in Brighton. Based on their core values, I started with two windows (one of which was a three panel window), the first two principles are “Organic” and “Workers co-operative”. As Infinity is a food shop I wanted to incorporate lots of the fresh, dried and chilled food as well as the bakery. It needed to be fun, eye catching and colourful.
Eat A Rainbow was a healthy food campaign for Infinity Foods Shop in Brighton.
Printed as large scale window banners on brown kraft paper in the windows and then re-scaled and used to highlight the health benefits of certain food in each colour band over a series of social media posts.
A personal project: Inspired by diving many years ago on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia along with the impact of global warming, I wanted to create an illustration about the ecosystem of the large to the micro organisms of the water.
Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society scratch poster was part of a fundraising pack that I designed and illustrated. I won a project from WDCS to produce a fundraising pack to be sent out to members of the Charity. It was to appeal to both children and adults in a friendly informative way. All produced in time and on budget.
I illustrated the icons used in the new website for Infinity Foods Retail. They also asked me to illustrate all of the seasonal fruit and veg they have in their organic shop for the site. Although starting as hand drawn illustrations i turned them into vector images that can be scales up easily for use in large scale print or web media.