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C Love Buy

C Love Buy were aiming to be an online retailer that brought local fashion designers to the UAE. They approached me with some ideas about a branding project and showed me how passionate they were about their dream. “The site will cater to mid to high-end brands and will meet the clothing and accessory need of men, women and children. It will be modern, trendy, hip, cool, and sophisticated. This was my first successful branding project in Dubai. After finding the team a solution we worked together on creating editorial designs and an identity package for the brand.  
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G-SHOCK Magazine

G-SHOCK magazine is a quarterly magazine published by WNN Limited, Dubai. The magazine’s mission is to highlight excellence from four contextual pillars; art, sport, music and fashion.   Collaboration with local innovation.   Eliot provided art direction and managed the creative elements of the magazines in the form of styling, illustration and imagery.   Words by Steven Bond, photography Haitham El Shazly.
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Pixi-holic

Branding opportunity for a client hoping to start a photo printing business in Dubai. “The name combines pixels (pixi) and holic from addiction. The business activity will be printing your pictures on high quality canvas.” After a few unflattering changes to this design and providing other concepts with more “fun”, myself and the client decided not to finalise a solution together. Shit happens I guess. I envisioned a clean and modest logo for the brand, so the client would be able to stand out from the OTT competition here in the Middle East.
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Bonding Sessions

Here’s a logo I made for a colleague.  
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Hotels Worldwide

Logo design for travel-booking platform. Still not sure which one is my favourite. Really liked these outcomes. Brief: Create a memorable (Duh, standard!) brand mark to feature on an Asia-based website that will market commerical and luxury holiday packages.
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Luxury Magazine Shoot

Innovative way of shooting DOTWNews magazine. Asian theme to reflect Shanghai cover story. Collaboration with Haitham El Shazly & Liz Wentling.  
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Flo: Abstract Paintings

Although Eliot's main focus is graphic design, he also enjoys the traditional ways of creating beautiful art. His Father and himself experiment in their spare time with inspiring new ways of creating canvas paintings. Due to popular demand these paintings are now for sale. Small canvases (pictured right)(200 x 200mm) are currently priced at £75. Larger canvas paintings (pictured below)(900 x 900mm) are priced at £400. Please contact me for requests and commission work.
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Plymouth Boatyard & Marina

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The Clubhouse: Art Direction

Luxury student accommodation available at The Student Clubhouse
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Summer Show 2014

Eliot was fortunate enough to have his design concept chosen to represent Plymouth College of Art’s Summer Show this year. The project had Eliot working with a London-based design studio, YCN Studios to finalise his designs. The graphical concept was then used across all platforms of the show, including advertisements, signage and web elements. This project was a great addition to Eliot’s portfolio and seeing his work on such a large scale made him even more passionate about his future as a graphic designer. Eliot felt that the concept was simple and approachable, therefore encouraging a varied audience to visit the show. This project gave him an insight into how professional agencies like YCN Studios deal with timescales and design finalisation.
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