Graham

Ragin’—Special Edition Beer

When Dead End Brew Machine and Gallus collaborated on a special edition beer, their chosen theme was of course – zombies – or more specifically the zombies from ’28 Days Later’. They named the beer Ragin’ as a nod to their Glasgow roots and the virus in the film. The label had to grab attention

A: Skateable Object

A: Skateable Object was a sculpture for the Cultural Canons and Kickflips exhibition back in 2014. The experiment combines typography and skateboarding. (Two passions of mine) Normally skateboarders would appropriate existing street furniture and architecture, instead, A: Skateable Object asks how they would interact with typography. Obstacles were generated by extruding and rotating pre-existing typefaces

5 things for 2021

Here are five ‘goals’ for 2021. Three big-picture and two more specific 1. Make more design-friends. I’ve been feeling a bit isolated design-wise this year (has everyone?) I actually don’t know if it’s because of the pandemic or that my closest design-friend moved to Sweden. I also think that my mindset since moving on from A

Gemma & Jacs Yoga

Gemma and Jacs believe yoga is for everyone, from ‘never-stepped-on-a-mat beginners’ to more experienced yogis who want to keep up their regular practice. They run friendly, relaxing classes where people can focus on developing their yoga without taking it all too seriously. First, a brand strategy was defined. Following on from that the creation of a

Welcome to G.A Projects

Hey, I’m Graham, 🖐 an independent Art Director and Designer. I’ve worked in broadcast and branding for a decade and I was one half of A Day Out studio too until it’s closure. I take on meaningful visual projects – some self-directed for my own development or working with friends and clients on their projects. The

Cultural Canons and Kickflips

Cultural Canons and Kickflips, was an art exhibition and series of events run by Re:ply Skateboards over three consecutive weeks. A fundraiser for Govanhill Baths in Glasgow. It revolved around art and music from the skateboard community of Glasgow. The posters were inspired by classic modernist designs to push the visual language towards that of an art exhibition as opposed