Here are some photos of a screenprint I was recently commissioned to create of the first two verses of The Lady of Shalott by Alfred Tennyson. It’s a one-off screenprint printed onto Fabriano Rosapina 285gsm in silver and black ink.
Posts Categorized: Typography
“What line did the river first write in the valley?” – the work of Richard Skelton
As I am about to go on a trip to the Lake District and I’ve been meaning to write a post about the elemental work of Richard Skelton, who has produced music and texts inspired by the landscape and dialect of Cumbria, it seemed like an appropriate time to post this.
Lowe Motion Identity
I’ve just completed this identity for my good friend Lindford Lowe’s new video production company.
Goose Green Clinic identity, website and print materials
We’ve recently completed an identity project for Goose Green Clinic in East Dulwich, South London which culminated in a website, postcard, business stationery and banner.
John Davide Animation website
Withdrawing Room letterpress cards
After a few sessions tinkering with my Adana press I’m finally getting some decent results.
Digital letterpress block
I’ve just received my first custom-made letterpress block in the post!
New logo and website for Bespoke Establishments
We’ve just launched the new identity and website for Bespoke Establishments, a lifestyle and property management company based in London.
New Twiss Drinks flavour
We’ve created the packaging design for a new flavour in the Twiss Drinks range, Apple & Blackcurrant.. In the shops now.
Published work – Magic Packaging 2
More published work.. Our designs for Twiss Drinks have appeared in the book Magic Packaging 2 published by Designer Books. The book features strong examples of contemporary packaging design for a range of products. Great to see more of our work in print!
Twiss Drinks identity and packaging design
We’re proud to announce that Twiss Drinks have just launched their new brand, with identity and packaging designed by us.
The Withdrawing Room
The Withdrawing Room is our new project. Taking the form of weekly photo blog, it delivers a series of images from the Ambigraph vaults.