The brilliant Tom made an awesome suit made from 3M Scotchlite retroreflective material. Helping him stand out from all the other graphic design graduates this year. The ultimate PAPARAZZZZ_YING suit hahha


The Kingston Hoxton Graphic Design Degree Show, runs till Saturday:


So, I made my mum a website! First thing I've ever coded from scratch. Check out her lovely, lovely work at www.lornaryan.com for denim heaven!


Above are spinning 2/6 spinning signs we made as an installation for the Kingston degree show at the main entrance, imitating the gifs we created for the website. Luckily, there were gailforce winds on the private view day which meant they could spin as much as they wanted. Also, some type that I designed for the window vinyls, really great to be producing type sooooo big!

This is the last degree show branding post, I promise!


Earlier this week It's Nice That kindly posted about the degree show branding Amy, Katia, Oliver and I did for Kingston. The degree show is up and running till this Friday, pop down there is lots and lots to see.



A few months ago, I attempted to make JUMBO corrugated card (unfortunately there's nothing to compare scale). Unfinished experiment ...


Love my new kicks as much as the novelty of photobooth on my new computer. They are super speckly and I love to wear 'em with my speckly jumpers ...

Happy SUNday


A letraset pack that Joe and I produced for a typography brief earlier this year. Allowing the user to copy and paste their own version of Ellen Lupton's essay 'Fluid Mechanics", in a similar way to Bodoni always cutting his typefaces slightly differently each time.