The following images are from personal projects and experiments in typography and graphics.
The Pantone Calendar was based on using Pantone numbers to represent dates and was used as a desktop calendar, whilst the angled 'rain' font was an experiment based on legibility at certain distances; up close the lines blend into each other, whilst at certain distance (roughly 2 meters away, at AO size) the words become legible.
The Damien Hirst poster was based on his 'Spot Paintings' series, and was a result of experimenting with super-low resolution imagery in Photoshop and at what point legibility is lost. The redacted posters were a collaboration with Jaye Christie, based on second hand books that had passages and phrases underlined or highlighted. We took these phrases and used letterpress blocks to create low run hand-printed posters.