Category Archives: Books

Colour Hunting Book

100% Design and quite a lot of colour

I spent my saturday afternoon last week at Earl’s Court 2 Exhibition Centre wandering around the visual feast that it 100% Design. Aside from getting some serious kitchen envy and an overwhelming urge to fill my neglected sharehouse with beautiful

Colour Hunting Book

100% Design and quite a lot of colour

I spent my saturday afternoon last week at Earl’s Court 2 Exhibition Centre wandering around the visual feast that it 100% Design. Aside from getting some serious kitchen envy and an overwhelming urge to fill my neglected sharehouse with beautiful

Pantone The 20th Century in Color

The 20th Century in Color

  Yesterday I received my most recent colour related purchase through the post, courtesy of Amazon. I am now the proud owner of weighty Pantone, The 20th Century in Color by Leatrice Eiseman and Keith Recker. I was waiting for

Pantone The 20th Century in Color

The 20th Century in Color

  Yesterday I received my most recent colour related purchase through the post, courtesy of Amazon. I am now the proud owner of weighty Pantone, The 20th Century in Color by Leatrice Eiseman and Keith Recker. I was waiting for

Fedrigoni Sirio Swatch Book

The Art of Colour

After posting about my Colourful Language books that FE Burman printed on Old Mill Stucco a couple of days ago, the lovely people at Fedrigoni sent me their beautiful, die-cut The Art of Colour book for their Sirio range of

Fedrigoni Sirio Swatch Book

The Art of Colour

After posting about my Colourful Language books that FE Burman printed on Old Mill Stucco a couple of days ago, the lovely people at Fedrigoni sent me their beautiful, die-cut The Art of Colour book for their Sirio range of

MA Books printed by FE Burman

Colourful Language x Fedrigoni

In the pub after the private view for my MA exhibition, way back in December, I was lucky enough to get chatting to Paul Regan from FE Burman printers near London Bridge. As a result of the conversation Paul suggested

MA Books printed by FE Burman

Colourful Language x Fedrigoni

In the pub after the private view for my MA exhibition, way back in December, I was lucky enough to get chatting to Paul Regan from FE Burman printers near London Bridge. As a result of the conversation Paul suggested

Colour and Language Explorations Books

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Finally, in November after months of initial research and proposals, followed by almost a year of development, research, analysis, design and presentation I handed my MA Graphic Design Major Project, Colourful Language in to the postgraduate tutors at LCC for

Colour and Language Explorations Books

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Finally, in November after months of initial research and proposals, followed by almost a year of development, research, analysis, design and presentation I handed my MA Graphic Design Major Project, Colourful Language in to the postgraduate tutors at LCC for