Over the past year, I’ve turned into somewhat of a cycling enthusiast – I now commute the 14 miles each way to my ‘day job’ and try to get out for a long run at the weekends whenever possible. It was only a matter of time before I created some quirky iPhone case designs that might appeal to fellow cyclists, and was inspired to create the artwork for these two vintage puncture repair kits. Continue reading My Vintage Bicycle Repair Kit iPhone Cases
I’ve been meaning to create a case in this style for quite some time, and only got around to it recently. As with the vast majority of my case designs, I started preparing the artwork in Illustrator, experimenting with the layout of different cogs and wheels. One of my aims with this design was that I wanted to suggest the presence of an Apple logo somehow within the clockwork mechanism – including the logo would infringe copyright and I most certainly didn’t want to do that! Continue reading Clockwork Invention iPhone Case
**UPDATED** I have a hard time making decisions at the best of times, so when it came to ordering one of my quirky iPhone cases for myself, it took me a while to figure out exactly which one to choose! Of course, given that I’ll be showing it off to as many people as I can, and wanted to take some promotional photographs of it, the pressure was on, but I think I made the right decision.
Continue reading My Walkman iPhone Case
OK so I’ve been thinking about doing this for quite some time, and finally decided – what have I got to lose? Well, the pessimist in me says my reputation is at stake and nobody will be in the slightest bit interested, but today, the optimist won.
I guess only time will tell if anyone likes my simple, stylish and every-so-slightly-geeky T-shirt designs, or perhaps wants to buy one of my favourite photographs and artwork as a canvas to hang on their living room wall.
Check out my new redbubble portfolio and if you like it, please tell your friends!
If you don’t, please tell me and I’ll let the pessimist know he was right 🙂