Portfolio

Design Portfolio Update – Visit The Collection

It’s been a little while since my last update but that’s because I’ve been putting together a brand spanking new design portfolio! I’ll be adding to this visual collection as I create new and fresh designs for my customers. If you’d like to check it out up to now, you can do so by visiting the front page of the site.

Why A Design Portfolio?

Since I began working with my iPad Pro, I’ve discovered a real love for digital illustration. It’s helped me to upskill greatly over the course of this year whilst I’ve been on hiatus from Rosarts, working on my writing at Actual Ar.

However I’ve realised that it’d be a good idea to actually share some of the design work I’ve been doing for my customers on here, and offer it as a separate service in addition to selling my prints. Cue design portfolio.

I’m really loving creating header and logo designs for my clients at the moment! Combining illustrations with graphic elements is fast becoming my new favourite thing, and some of the bloggers and businesses I’ve been working with seem to like this new style too.

Header And Logo
Header and Logo package design for Moving Scouse Blog.

The portfolio will contain examples of my design work, links to websites I’ve supported with design and building and a small selection of my videos. I’m planning to revisit my video catalogue very soon and add some shots of how I create my digital designs, as I’m really enjoying that process at the moment!

Header Design for Hamster McKenzie’s Blog

What’s Next?

It’s early days for the design collection but some of my favourite new illustrations are going to be featuring there in a separate section in order to showcase the kind of visuals I love to create most. A lot of my design style is moving more towards illustration and digital work, although I’ll never fully abandon the pencils and paints, they’re my first love, after all.

I’m planning a new range of art prints for 2019 so keep an eye on the shop pages to see them make a comeback and start getting your orders in!

For now though, I’ll be focusing on building my digital portfolio, as well as concentrating on some of the merchandise design work I’ve been doing over at Amazon with my design partner, The Brum Mercher. 

If you’d like to find out more about how I work with brands and bloggers to create their visual identities, check out how to contact me or drop me a message over on Twitter!