An unused branding project for a start-up wine brand Hondo.
The concept was a brave twist for a wine brand that has been built on layers of both tradition and modernity. Paying homage to the rich historical background of Seville and the pain staking process of wine production, I developed a branding that aimed to strip away conventions while exposing the journey to get there.
Working with ANA insists on impactful and elegant design, reserving a world brand status and reflecting a vibrancy only found in Japanese culture.
I teamed up with my friends at Kemosabe to create a New Year campaign for Southern Comfort. The campaign which ran across 9 cities in the UK became Southern Comfort's biggest ever OOH campaign. The output included a combination of high impact and high frequency OOH media executions, national press print ads, a timeout.com website takeover and ‘surprise and delight’ branded live events.
Video and photography - Phill Cooper
Branding and editorial design for a development of luxury town houses in St John's Wood, London.
Work carried out at YOU Agency.
Peace Child International is a charitable organisation based in the UK. They have ECOSOC status at the United Nations, and for more than 30 years have worked to empower young people through youth-led development.
Conor Murphy and I were tasked with designing a new fundraising brochure for them, while simultaneously refreshing their brand which they felt had become dated.
TNQ London was a full branding project carried out at YOU Agency.
We named, positioned, branded and created all branding collateral for an apartment complex in NW London.
In an attempt to drive the sales of Southern Comfort's Lemonade and Lime can, I worked with Kemosabe to help create a nationwide campaign which included OOH media executions, national press print ads, a timeout.com website takeover and a branded double decker bus for large scale sampling events.
In 2007, Pisco in Peru was devastated by an earthquake measuring 8.0 on The Richter scale, flattening neighbourhoods and killing hundreds.
The following year Pisco Sin Fronteras was established and began the rebuilding of homes and communities. While volunteering there in 2011, I began the re-brand in an attempt to raise awareness about the charity, and to create a recognisable identity that matched the ambitions of a small but dedicated organisation.
Since working on this project, PSF has been disbanded due to a lack of funding and the branding is not being used.
TouchTone is an award winning experimental tangible user interface designed by Graham, Mark, and myself for our final year thesis as part of a BSc in Multimedia from DCU.
The user controls samples of pre-recorded musical instruments using marked cubes and an intelligent multi-touch surface.
We aimed to investigate evolving methods of musical arrangement and experience, taking influence from the advances of Multi-touch Tangible User Interfaces (MTUI). We were also interested with the concept of using tangible objects, in this case custom made acetate cubes, and the multi-touch surface to experiment and examine the relation and interaction between the opposing processes.
With each cube representing an instrument, a unique arrangement can be created using any combination of instruments and effects through exploring each sound and generating visualisations. We hoped to create an experience of musical arrangement in an exciting surrounding that is new to both experienced musicians and newcomers alike.
Grá is a personal project and a work in progress inspired by 'LOVE' by Robert Indiana, substituting the word for the Irish equivalent.
An unused pitch for the Jordan tourism board carried out at YOU Agency.
Collaborating with YOU Agency and Harry Winston's New York based offices, I've produced work published in Condé Nast Traveler, Tatler and Vanity Fair. I also created animated promotional videos displayed in Harrods, London.