Visual identity for Stuart O'Grady Cycling. Logotype, trademark, product icons and typeface.

Under direction from Owen Richards.

A grotesque inspired by a typeface from the 1870s found in the work of James Marr & Co. in Edinburgh, it is designed for a wide range of applications. See more over at the Commercial Type website.

Designed with Paul Barnes for Commercial Type.

Teaser and theatrical poster pair for Son of a Gun in Australia.

Under direction from Mark Gowing.

Originally designed as black and white line art for an activity in Around Australia with Jacky Winter.

A serif typeface of 8 styles in 4 weights. Completed while attending the Type and Media Masters program at the Royal Academy of Art in Den Haag, The Netherlands.

Please email directly to be informed of availablity.

See more specimens here.

Logotype for Twice.

Under direction from Erol Ahmed.
This is a completely hand drawn and lettered cover for a book that contains activities for kids, all of which are made lovingly by the talented roster of artists at The Jacky Winter Group. Published by Thames and Hudson.

Under direction from Jeremy Wortsman.

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4 illustrations, containing over 8000 letters for Invesco, to convey the complexity and noise of the financial investing.

Under direction from Jason McKean.

For the month of May I lettered all of my tweets. You can see them all bigger here.

Title lettering for Helium Harvey, a short film by Daniel Savage about a curious boy exploring his backyard. After breathing in helium to change his voice, he turns into a balloon and goes on an airborne adventure around the world.

Watch the movie and read more about the project here.

Under direction from Daniel Savage.

Lettering for a music festival in held in the middle of Sydney.
Lettering for the The Broken Circle Breakdown poster including credit block.

Under direction from Mark Gowing.

Made for the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition, to help raise money for Cancer Research UK. Designed using the negative forms of Comic Sans lowercase.

Poster for an exhibition at the AGI congress in São Paulo 2014. Shows members of the famous 1962 Santos FC team in their respective positions to celebrate the World Cup.

Poster for The Invisible Woman, features Blanco in use along with some calligraphy.

Under direction from Mark Gowing.

A set of lettering for use on the top of notepads.

Under direction from Ross Moody.

Custom lettering for a word map showing over 380 Aboriginal tribes and dialects in their respective locations.

Under direction from Mike Rossi.

An ongoing project that overlaps cycling and design. The first design celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France, the second shows the oldest and most important 1 day races (monuments) and the last is for the Tour of Italy.

Lettering to commemorate a 50th wedding anniversary. Applications included etched glass, foiled leather, embroidery and printing.

Under direction from Ivana Martinovic.
Custom lettering for the merchandising of musician, Chet Faker.

Under direction from Christopher Doyle.

Holstee commissioned lettering for a set of four gift cards as part of their artist series. Words are taken from their manifesto. Two inks, printed by letterpress on 100% cotton rag stock.

To celebrate the launch of a their new line of LEC printers, Roland DG held an exhibition at Lo-fi collective. Artists were asked to explore the new technology that makes it possible to print metallic or UV inks instantly. The lines are an abstraction of the alphabet. Limited edition of 2, printed A1.
Custom lettering for the 2012 Annual Report and meeting of the USGBC. The set of figures was designed to display the many statistics in the report.

Under direction from Polygraph Creative in Washington DC.
Lettering commissioned by New York based creative, John J Custer for his portfolio website.
A handful of monograms from past identity jobs.

A. 13th Floor Belvedere
Cocktail Bar in Baltimore.

B. H&H Service Advantage
Transmission Repairs, Nebraska.

C. Beelove
Honey Products, Australia.

D. Frank O'Neill
Locksmiths, Brisbane.
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