2 Colour screen print on heavy weight GFSmith colourplan paper.
A3 in size (last image shown in a black frame)
Limited edition print run of x30.
These prints are available for £30 each (+£5 postage in the UK), please get in contact if you would like to make a purchase.
EeBria, an online market place for independent alcohol producers in the UK. Complete brand creation and marketing materials. (Bottle shown is hand painted onto a glass bottle)
Commissioned for Hyper Island Manchester to produce a mural to represent the school’s philosophy. The illustration started at 5pm and ended at 12.30am, with only a short break for an egg and cress sandwich.
Collaboration with TeaCake design studio for National Sandwich Week.
Art director: Rob Walmsley
Print and Paste collaboration with photographer Per Englund. Per took the photograph in his Stockholm apartment in 2008. "It depicts a
plastic bag with cans of cheap Swedish beer and our traditional sausage
“Falukorv” stacked on top. Nick Chaffe came up with the the brilliant
idea of adding the famous ice cream clown “Clovve” and painted it onto
Read more about Print & Paste here www.printandpaste.com
The Anatomy of an Idea
A self initiated project investigating the internal process and struggle of developing an idea. The final piece is designed to be printed at life size.
NO FLY POSTERS
Based on abandoned buildings — Ancoats, Manchester, England.
7 Boarded up windows, displaying 7 posters, stating No Fly Posters.
7 Creatives to re-imagine the concept of No Fly Posters in quad size format, replacing the original 7.
7 New designers for each round
Amstel illustrations for their 'Savour Complexity' campaign working with Droga5 in New York. The brief was to "Reveal the complexity behind simple or common things in a surprising, graphic and entertaining way." Illustrations were used across billboards, digital and mobile banners, and in-bar materials.
(colour illustration was a commission for the French Handball team for 2012)
Invite and patient profile illustrations for Eviplera HIV treatment drug.
Photography: Andy Taylor-Smith, Art direction: Nick Chaffe