London is full of cool theatre just before Christmas. And next week’s issue covers all of it. This illustration was a last minute save (by Shotopop) when the cover subject dropped out a day before the cover had to ship. They turned this around in a day!
A taste of England. If you like the taste of bacon ice cream and liquid nitrogen. Photographing Heston in Bray, we had the opportunity to see the inner working of his lab as well as have a fab meal at his pub.
It’s always nice to see a design you’ve done reworked by another city’s TO mag. At least I THINK that’s what happened here.
This week’s Time Out cover feature is a roundup of fun winter activities. After much discussion about how represent winter in London, it seemed best to go with a simple type treatment that expressed the season’s chill.
has made an appearance on the cover. Well, Christmas. Because we’d never call Santa a c—-.
Time Out is making the mag in a pop-up office in Covent Garden this week. The photo booth alone is worth all the logistical challenges of designing in a small bustling office.
Here’s the final cover for this week’s TOL. It came down to a tie between two very different designs. This triumphed for its simplicity. And because I like glowing plates.
This week’s cover went through a slew of different directions. Here are several roughs from early on in the process. Some gross, some making little sense, all fun to create…
An excellent way to get an art director’s attention. Especially one who is missing the way NYC does Halloween. Nice work Rosco Brittin!
This week I designed an amalgam cover of Fresh Meat’s new series AND Halloween events. All tied to a flatmates from hell feature.