Iconography / Illustration
Presented here are a selection of illustrations, from commissioned jobs and self-initiated side projects.
Creatives Against Covid-19 was set up in April 2020 to try amd help vulnerable women and children affected by the challenges of self-isolation during the global coronavirus pandemic. Proceeds from the sale of submitted posters raise money for Women's Aid and ISPCC Childline. My poster is available to buy from here, alongside many others.
A set of seven emoji, each representing one of the Drop company values, made for use by the team in the company Slack channels. Read the complete set of company values here.
My five favourite bridges over the river Liffey in Dublin, screen printed in rich blue ink onto light blue Fabirano paper, and available for sale in a limited edition of 30 through Damn Fine Print.
A short looping animation made to celebrate the 5th birthday of Fundit, an Irish crowd-funding website. The brief was to visually demonstrate how Fundit only asks for 8% of the funds generated by any successful project.
In 2015 Ireland became the first country to legalise same-sex marriage by referendum. A project called Yes For Love asked designers and illustrators to create avatars in order to promote awareness on social media ahead of the big vote, and I was very happy to be invited to contribute.
Dawn → sunrise → day → sunset → dusk
A notebook cover I designed as one of a set of four for Keep Sketch, a small Irish stationary project. The phrase means ‘keep an eye out’ or ‘keep your eyes open’ in Ireland.
An animated gif for an old version of the Drop 404 page.