Anonymous asked: do you do commissions?
100%. Drop me an email to enquiries[at]prevalence.co
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I redesigned the artwork for Mastermind by Rick Ross because I wasn’t a fan of the deluxe edition version. Sorry big homie, but you shoulda come to me in the first place.
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Unofficially remixing the cover artwork for Rick Ross’ new album, Mastermind. Ugh!
Work in progress.
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First draft of some new branding I’ve been working on for screen-printing company, Hartmoor Press.
A work in progress.
Anonymous asked: Hey man, hoping you could help! I've been wanting to start sketching for a while. What pens do you reccomend?
I use a combination of Uni Pin Fine Line pens, 0.05 through to 0.8 and Fine Tip Sharpies. Both work really well for my style. Play around with different brands and models until you find something that suits your technique, everyone’s different!
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The only thing we are promised in life, is death.
Anonymous asked: I just seen your tweet and thought I would join in on this design Q&A! I'm looking to get a new computer as I'm sick of Windows. I've been looking at Mac's. Financially, right now I can only afford an iMac or a Macbook Pro. What do you recommend for being a designer?
Welcome to the party!
To answer your question, I’d hands down recommend a MacBook Pro. I currently have both and I’ll probably be getting rid of my iMac pretty soon as I rarely use it.
The MBP gives you the freedom to work on the go and you’re not tied your desk 24/7. Go for the Retina Display model if you can stretch to it. It’s an absolute dream.
Anonymous asked: Are qualifications important in graphic design?
I’ve got a National Diploma in Graphic Design and a BA (Hons) Degree in Graphic Communication. Being self-employed, I haven’t needed them yet.
I have no regrets in studying though. I made the most of the environments it placed me in and I enjoyed rebelling against my tutors. It’s also fun to wind up other people on these courses who take themselves too seriously.
It’s a fact that you can’t use them as measure of whether a designer is ‘good’ or not though. I’ve seen people attain First Class degrees who quite frankly suck at design. I’ve also seen people with First Class degrees struggle to get design positions after they have graduated. It’s a flawed system.
Your portfolio and your network are your two most important assets. Having qualifications certainly aren’t going to hurt you and you might end up making some worthwhile contacts along the way. Just do what feels right for you.
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