Thats me, above. Now you don’t have to wonder what I look like.
What I mostly want to know;
My name is Kieran Adedoyin
Art & Design BTEC at Hillsborough College.
Graphic Design Graduate of Sheffield Hallam University.
A: Apt 903, North Bank, Riverside, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S3 8JA
T: 07482 352323
What I’d rather you know;
I love typography and branding design, there something beautiful about the simplicity of some typographical logos that say what they need to say an nothing more.
I really enjoy working digitally but I’m not shy to picking up a pencil and some markers to help me get an idea out.
If there’s something I’m not familiar with, be it a program or a technique, I’m eager to learn new things. You never know whether they will come in handy later on, well I hope you enjoy your stay on my page.
The client had wanted something simple, legible but with a retro looking flair to it. I played around with turning “e” and “G” into handles for the scissors. The client really wanted an old school barbers poll in the design somewhere and so I did my best to appease with request with out making the design feel forced.
Stemming from Jeremy Benthams idea of a universal tattoo and the controversial debates it raises about surveillance, this kinetic typography video expresses how we give away our personal information as though its common currency. and unwittingly makyy e ourselves easier targets to be tracked.
See full video below...
This’ll is one half of a two-part infographic visualising the data from the race history of the legend that is Michael Schumacher. Schumacher To The Right. 2014. The second of the Schumacher infographics showcasing the data from the eastern hemisphere of the world.
The client had asked for something sleek and simple, I really think I’ve achieved that here. I took a holistic approach to the logo itself, using Fibonacci ratio’d circles to create shape of a lilly(a flower commonly associated with holistic medicines). Much like the interconnected ideas behind holistic medicines and therapies, all the paths in the shape connect and this leaves no starting point nor finish.
I have also started dabbling in photography which is becoming one of my favourite hobbies.
They asked me to recreate a similar effect to the Blitz R34 design. The typeface itself is a version of the “Old English Script”. I did however create a custom a “X” as I was overly fond of the traditional one as it lacks that certain je ne sais quoi. I started by hand drawing the typeface and playing around with different styles of “X”s in front of the “enon”. Then put it through Ai and started manipulating the shapes until I had something I wanted to show them.