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From January 2004 until December 2007, I freelanced at Thompson Brand Partners in Leeds. When I say freelance, it was more ‘permalance’ – I was there pretty much solidly for four years!
TBP are celebrating their 30th birthday this year – many congratulations by the way – and to celebrate their birthday, they recently held an exhibition in Leeds city centre.
30 current and ex-employees were asked to produce a personal piece of work for the exhibition and I was chuffed that Ian Thompson asked me to contribute.
Being a personal piece, I felt it was only appropriate to do something Kreative Bomb related.
Say hello to one of the Kreative Bomb Brothers — a series of characters I have developed for use on my website/marketing collateral.
He’s a bit out of shot because unfortunately, the photographer isn’t very good.
Photo taken by Lynn Murphy
To view the other 29 images that completed the exhibition, please visit here.
Massive thank you to James at Business Boom Bolton for asking me if I would like Kreative Bomb featured on their website.
Always happy for kind people to spread the word about Kreative Bomb and the work that I do. All publicity is good publicity.
Please take a moment to a) check out my article on the Business Boom Bolton website and b) check out the profiles of the other wonderful creative types featured on the BBB website.
My family know me so well…
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Industrial Light & Magic: The Art of Innovation by Pamela Glintenkamp
Banksy Myths & Legends by Marc Leverton
The Book of Skulls by Faye Dowling
Clan Robertson: Your Clan Heritage
Today seems like an appropriate day to dust off my copy of Apple Design: The Works of The Apple Industrial Design Group.
A chance to look back and marvel at some of the finest, most innovative tools I have had the pleasure of using on a day-to-day basis.
Thank you Steve Jobs.
While doing some Christmas shopping in Manchester last Friday, decided to call in Magma – which is always dangerous on the wallet.
Retro Fonts includes a CD containing 222 typefaces – brilliant!!