Freelance Product Design commissions
Luck, Lust, Liquor & Burn
Luck, Lust, Liquor & Burn, a Manchester-based Mexican restaurant, commissioned me to create a bespoke shirt design to replace the current staff uniform.
After a short introductory meeting, I completed the work ahead of schedule, and I'm happy to say the client was delighted with the result.
"Mate wow. Unreal." - Ben, Luck, Lust, Liquor & Burn
Following a strong run of posts on social media, I was contacted by the Manchester-based eatery "Tokyo Ramen" to create two shirt designs.
Tokyo Ramen was going to give the white shirts away as part of a loyalty scheme, and the black shirts were going to be worn by staff.
Living up to my reputation, after a short initial meeting, I completed the designs ahead of schedule, and the client was thrilled with the result.
"Yes! Really happy with both designs...Excited to get them printed now." - Danny, Tokyo Ramen
I was approached by the pub/club chain "BaaBar" to produce a t-shirt design. The initial brief was to use four scenes where customers would usually wear t-shirts. Initially, we decided on sleeping, the gym, on a night out and dancing. At the client's request, I changed the sleeping person to a scientist in a laboratory
This design was my first official commission and presented a steep learning curve. As I was still studying at University, time management was vital. In the end, the client was pleased with the final product.
I was approached again by BaaBar a few months later to produce a Frida-Kahlo inspired design for staff at a new tequila bar.
As I was right in the middle of finishing my final year dissertation at University, this was a particularly challenging contract when it came to time-management. But once again, the client and I were delighted with the result.