I have a few self-initiated pieces freshly spruced-up and ready to be seen and purchased. More details to follow shortly but here's a sneak peek of one variant entitled Unknown that's had a little remix. Available in A3 and A4 sizes on an uncoated stock. If you like it and you want a print contact me through the contact form with your details. First x 10 ordered will get a free print of my choosing as a little bonus.
I recently worked with LoveApprenticeship.com on the creative and design of some new marketing collateral, some of which was in support of National Apprenticeship Week 6-10th March 2017.
Nice to have a new client somewhere else on the map (and who found me via LinkedIn :) and working in a sector I’m experienced in. Especially a client that helps young people find suitable apprenticeship opportunities, helping to start their future career aspirations on the right path.
Thank you for the project @Elizabeth Pereyra Aylas – great working with you!
I quickly visualised this rough Guinness Ad concept I had as couldn't get it out of my head. I imagined 6 friends on St. Patrick's Day standing in a circle with a pint in hand celebrating the good times (started as a TV Ad in theory but could also work in print) and as they raise their glasses and pronounce Sláinte (cheers) outside the outer edge of where there glasses meet fades to a darker hue, focusing and highlighting the shape of a shamrock made by all 6 glasses. The hand and wrist of the final 7th glass making the stem of the shamrock as light follows the shape down the wrist. As mentioned, rough idea and visual but just an idea :)
Sláinte – the saying for Cheers! in Ireland could be changed to the word cheers where ever the Ad is used around the world, I mean who doesn't need a reason to celebrate with a Guinness? But I like the nod to the products heritage and it's ability to bring people together.
I recently supported Worcestershire and Herefordshire Teaching schools with a concept, creative and design to promote their Closing the Gap conference to take place on 04/10/2016.
If you are a school, college, university or F.E facility also looking to promote or market your organisation, services or courses...I can help. Please contact me via the contact form.
Title: Colourfield by Birmingham Artist Justin Robert Price.
After requests I'm happy to say a limited edition run of just 50 prints of Colourfield are available in this A3 format and colouring. Printed using a high end print solution with Lucia pigment inks on a thick textured professional fine art paper. All prints are hand numbered and signed and at a special offer price through August of only £40 per print (includes free delivery within UK only). Choose your number while available. And still available at the moment... No. 01.
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As always thank you for your support.