Natural Selection Brewing is a collaborative project between students at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, the International Centre for Brewing and Distilling, and renowned Edinburgh brewers Stewart Brewing.
The beer style changes each year. The project continually evolves, and has just completed it’s 6th year which saw the release of a black Berliner weisse beer, Volcan Wolf.
This brew is named after the highest peak of the galapagos. This shield volcano was given the name of “wolf” in honor of the German naturalist, theodor wolf.
Using a geometric style to mimic points on a map and using the topography of the Galapagos islands, we created a strong, colourful aesthetic that told the story which inspired the beer.
See more at www.naturalselectionbrewing.com
The Depot is a purpose built professional Recording and Rehearsal Studio based in The Lighthouse Complex in the Granton area of Edinburgh.
All graphic work for Natural Selection Brewing's 2015 brew, Bitter Descent. This included; label, beer mats, glassware and t-shirts.
Visit www.naturalselectionbrewing.com to find out more.
Artwork for probably the most talented musician I've ever met, Sean Gibbs, and his project with the Birmingham Jazz Orchestra.
Inspired by the beautiful Scottish landscape that, in his time, influenced a lot of the work of poet Robert Burns.
Check him out here: seangibbs.com
Artwork and logo design for Edinburgh band, Northern.
Design and layout for Stanley Odd's album, A Thing Brand New
All photography by Jannica Honey
Album artwork for Edinburgh band, Hold The Suspect.
Various logos for bands/brands/businesses/buddies.
Design and layout for Stanley Odd's EP, Chase Yirsel.
Original illustration by Scott Hutchison
Not everything gets picked. In fact, lots of things don't get picked. This is a place to pay homage to those things that didn't quite make the cut.
Pissed Modernism is a visual art exhibition that combines Art, Politics and Craft Beer. Inspired by the incredible feeling of political awareness in Scotland during the Indy Ref, contributing artists are asked to create work to display that comments and reflects the world around them; from socio-political issues to cats to... well, whatever they want.
As a fan of letterpress and stating the bloody obvious, this was a no-brainer.
Sink & Anchor is a new, independent barbers in Edinburgh.
"We aim to create a relaxed, cool environment so even men who don’t enjoy going to the barbers have a great experience. Leave with a sharp new cut and build loyalty points with each appointment so we can give back to you."
This identity was formed using typical icons of barbering to compliment the traditional yet modern interior of the shop.
Cover design and layout for James McCarthy's book, A Short Call To Arms.
Opening in 2014, Salt Café quickly established itself as a favourite in the area. Serving seasonal and local produce, they are a small but popular independant café/restaurant.
To develop the brand we used some art nouveau influence that was inspired by the interior, along with a desire to keep things bold and clean.
Her Majesty The Queen's favourite room aboard Britannia was the Sun Lounge and it was here that The Queen and her family took afternoon tea. The inspiration for the design of this drum is taken from the patterned sofa in Britannia's Sun Lounge.
Various examples of album artwork created for bands.
Various t-shirt designs for bands and brands.