This is a guitar I designed with Moniker Guitars. All components were chosen by me and the spiral design is my own creation. The headstock branding and the word Scarebear on the neck comes from my Scarebear logo. Sadly, Moniker Guitars is no longer in business.
I decided to create digital graphic novel (of sorts) around the AmpliTube software that I use regularly on the iPad. I shared the booklet with IK Multimedia (creators of AmpliTube) who then shared the pages with their fans through social media. The booklet was created using screenshots from the AmpliTube iOS app and the Strip
This was the second CD design I worked on for musician Steve Case. This job required a simple single fold cardboard sleeve. The front and back cover were made to look like a leather bound book while the inside spread looked like the inside of the book cover. The inner-left panel contained a printed message
My first attempt at CD artwork—for anybody let alone Steve Case—was this jewel case design for the Somewhere Where I’m Not CD. The project included a 16pp booklet, CD design and jewel case design. The brief was to create something that appeared real and natural—the kind of thing people were generally creating and sharing on
While designing for Mater Health Services, I created the logo for the Student Placement Online Tool (SPOT). The logo needed to have an element that indicated the business was online (the hyperlink referenced underling of the word Online) while also referencing the acronym SPOT (the stylised letter O in the word SPOT).
While designing for Mater Health Services I created the signage branding for Mater Health Centres. The signage requirements required a design that could be applied in full colour or single colour while also providing options for stacked and horizontal alignments.
While designing for Mater Health Services I created the Redlands Clinic logo. The logo needed to represent the medical aspect of the business while still appearing community oriented. The use of the colour red ties in with both of those requirements as does the logo’s font pairing.
Through My Lenses was a website dedicated to my photography. Specifically, it was guitar related photography as seen through my lenses. The logo needed to graphically explain that it was photographic in nature and not purely visual. Hence the stylised letter o. My new photography website replaces this brand.
I used to run a website dedicated to random articles that were about anything and everything. That website was maybedaily.info. Written daily … maybe. The concept was to be a news source where the news was all daily activities that had an element of humour about them. It was almost news without being news. Therefore
Prior to dedicating my Scarebear website to my guitar fascination I started a small website called 47 Guitars. The aim was to post weekly guitar related articles for 47 weeks straight. I later decided to incorporate that concept into the main Scarebear website instead. The logo for 47 Guitars needed to represent the guitar subject