Category Archives: General

Moshi Fishing

A mini game I worked on for fun at Mind Candy using the Moshi Monsters brand.

Moshi fishing

Moshi fishing

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JellyChat

Various Jelly Chat logos I designed for the kids social network app. Jelly Chat was the precursor to PopJam and aimed at a slightly younger audience.

JellyChat logos

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PopDates

A month and day sticker pack I designed for PopJam

PopDates

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New Portfolio – John

responsive website

I’ve just finished my new responsive portfolio website, try it on your desktop, tablet, smartphone or any other device!

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Showtime and TNT

Site design and layout for various TNT, Showtime and TNT webpages.

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showtime

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Toonix Paperdoll

I recently designed a plain Toonix paperdoll which you can download and print from the Toonix show page on Cartoon Network. Add costumes, colour, cut out then make your very own 3D Toonix.

Toonix paperdoll

Toonix paperdoll

Tonix paperdoll

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Movember cup-cakes

Movember cup cakes

For the second year running the what what bros have become mo-bros to help raise money for prostate cancer and mens health charities. All of Sunday was spent baking Movember cupcakes and making special moustache biscuits. Please support us by donating here on the official Movember site.

Movember biscuit

Movember cakes

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Idle Idol – Site launch

Idle Idol gallery

Lots of entires over at the Idle Idol site find out about the Tokyo Fire Department mascot Kyuta, Domokun – NHK’s wide mouthed monster.tower mascots from all over Japan and much more.

Idle Idol The Japanese Mascot is the first book from Edward and John Harrison published by Mark Batty publishers. The book concentrates on Japan; a mecca for Idle Idols. Discover Japans obsession with characters from Pipo-kun the smiling orange alien for the police force to Anpanman the superhero with an edible face. Learn their names, origins and stories. IdleIdol.net is currently a showcase for these wonderful characters from Japan but will soon cover mascots from around the world. check out the website for more details on the book and how you can join in the search http://idleidol.net/book/.

The Japanese have a long-standing infatuation with characters cast as three-dimensional objects that represent products, companies, civic organizations, towns and just about anything else you can imagine. Idle Idol: The Japanese Mascot examines this fascinating cultural history, documenting the evolution of these character statues ubiquitous throughout the country today. More than three-dimensional logos, these mascots exemplify how the Japanese embrace the notion of cute in all aspects of life, dating back to the Edo period. Associated with a brand or shop the mascots also exist as stand-alone characters that people adore. Photographs and written explanations vivify these unique mascots that are artful, audacious and wholly Japanese!

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Idle Idol Facebook App

facebook app

Just created an idle idol facebook app! It basically randomly chooses a mascot for your facebook page, see what mascot chooses you. Many thanks to Ash from Papermashup for all his help.

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What What on Facebook

Finally made a Facebook group, come and join so we can spam you without feeling bad. (joke, we’ll only tell you about really cool things, and wont brag at all).

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