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More work on product cards this morning. Then Michelle’s family over for our first visit this summer to an Audley End Picnic Concert to see Westlife! Not my first choice, or even my hundred and first, Read More >

Posted: July 30th, 2006
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Early start and into town for 9.30. First stop Leagas Delaney to thrash out the do’s and don’t’s of the advertising campaign. Bought some music in the new FOPP store on Tottenham Court Rd – Black Uhuru, Magazine and new Pharrell album. Then down to see a venue south of the river. Had some time to kill so went to the Constable exhibition at Tate Britain. Read More >

Posted: July 28th, 2006
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After our early walk Gus and I did a bit of painting. Andy phoned today, haven’t spoke to him in ages. He has a job starting as soon as the launches are over. Read More >

Posted: July 27th, 2006
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…given that everything I’m working on now, and have worked on since Feb ’05, has been inspired by this graphic idea, I think it’s time to acknowledged the man whose ransom letter graphics have become short-hand for anti-whatever. Read More >

Posted: July 24th, 2006
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Walked the 3 miles home from Mum and Dad’s last night at about 9pm. I needed some exercise and fresh air… clear my head. Should have run but it was too hot. Found this deer on the grass verge. Amazing to see up close, usually just a speck in some distant field. Read More >

Posted: July 19th, 2006
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Roddy sent me some samples of the RBK lifestyle product that uses the graphics we worked on together. Also some Analog T-shirts. Roddy lives in Salzburg and works as a freelance sportswear designer. Read More >

Posted: July 18th, 2006
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photocopierThought I was being very clever re-introducing low-tech studio design skills as a graphic theme for RBK Football. What an idiot. I’d forgotten how fatal it can be when the piece of equipment upon which the whole creative process is reliant breaks down. Read More >

Posted: July 10th, 2006
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