selfmadeheroes.com
Freelance Digital & Graphic Designer based in Manchester | UK.
Contact: 07715 862833
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visualgraphc:

Tonangeber by TwoPoints.net

Nice visual treatment. —
visualgraphc:

Tonangeber by TwoPoints.net

Nice visual treatment. —
visualgraphc:

Tonangeber by TwoPoints.net

Nice visual treatment. —
visualgraphc:

Tonangeber by TwoPoints.net

Nice visual treatment. —
visualgraphc:

Tonangeber by TwoPoints.net

Nice visual treatment. —
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Awesome black and white image.
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daisymaymoore:

As I turned 31 this year I decided it was best to include something into my daily beauty routine that helps slow down the look of ageing. I always wear a moisturiser with spf15 at least but I think it’s time to really use a product that is specifically designed for it, that’s when I was recommended Estēe Lauder by a friend. Before I bought though I went on YouTube and watched a few reviews to see how people reacted to it and if they saw any difference in their skin, I was pleasantly surprised. The majority said they had used it for years and it was their go to beauty product, most had noticed a significant change in the way their skin looked and felt. So I bought!!

This advanced moisturiser fights against and fades the first signs of ageing and was winner of Instyles Best Beauty Buy award 2014 - Best moisturiser with an SPF.

The Review:
So I used this day and night after I had cleansed, it’s a lovely light texture with a cool cucumber scent and was easily absorbed into my skin. After I used it the first night I noticed the next morning my skin was very soft and had a glow to it (not like my usual dull, grey look). It’s early days yet but this cream is definitely one i will keep using to fight those lines and wrinkles. 

Love DaisyMayMoore.
daisymaymoore:

As I turned 31 this year I decided it was best to include something into my daily beauty routine that helps slow down the look of ageing. I always wear a moisturiser with spf15 at least but I think it’s time to really use a product that is specifically designed for it, that’s when I was recommended Estēe Lauder by a friend. Before I bought though I went on YouTube and watched a few reviews to see how people reacted to it and if they saw any difference in their skin, I was pleasantly surprised. The majority said they had used it for years and it was their go to beauty product, most had noticed a significant change in the way their skin looked and felt. So I bought!!

This advanced moisturiser fights against and fades the first signs of ageing and was winner of Instyles Best Beauty Buy award 2014 - Best moisturiser with an SPF.

The Review:
So I used this day and night after I had cleansed, it’s a lovely light texture with a cool cucumber scent and was easily absorbed into my skin. After I used it the first night I noticed the next morning my skin was very soft and had a glow to it (not like my usual dull, grey look). It’s early days yet but this cream is definitely one i will keep using to fight those lines and wrinkles. 

Love DaisyMayMoore.
daisymaymoore:

As I turned 31 this year I decided it was best to include something into my daily beauty routine that helps slow down the look of ageing. I always wear a moisturiser with spf15 at least but I think it’s time to really use a product that is specifically designed for it, that’s when I was recommended Estēe Lauder by a friend. Before I bought though I went on YouTube and watched a few reviews to see how people reacted to it and if they saw any difference in their skin, I was pleasantly surprised. The majority said they had used it for years and it was their go to beauty product, most had noticed a significant change in the way their skin looked and felt. So I bought!!

This advanced moisturiser fights against and fades the first signs of ageing and was winner of Instyles Best Beauty Buy award 2014 - Best moisturiser with an SPF.

The Review:
So I used this day and night after I had cleansed, it’s a lovely light texture with a cool cucumber scent and was easily absorbed into my skin. After I used it the first night I noticed the next morning my skin was very soft and had a glow to it (not like my usual dull, grey look). It’s early days yet but this cream is definitely one i will keep using to fight those lines and wrinkles. 

Love DaisyMayMoore.
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cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
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Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch
Graeme Borland is a 23 year old concept artist from Canada. Throughout his artistic journey, he’s explored a number of different formats. From comics and doodles in his middle school days, to 3D art in his teens, and to the now 2 year old daily sketch project that is his Tumblr blog. When asked what inspired him to start making art, Graeme said:

“I’ve been a game developer since I got my first computer, and the idea of creating worlds and environments has always been interesting to me. Eventually I sort of just figured out that digital painting is one of the fastest ways to get an idea out of my head and into a useful form. I can have an idea, work for 30 minutes and see that idea on the screen. That kind of turnaround time is extremely fast compared to building environments in 3D or levels in a game, and having a quick outlet for ideas is important to me, so it was a natural fit.”

Some of Graeme’s favorite artists include Daniel Dociu, Kekai Kotaki, Feng Zhu, Tom Scholes, Noah Bradley, Jaime Jones, and many others.

Really great illustration style. This would make a nice game environment.
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matthew-comer:

Private White VC. Styled by designer Nick Ashley. Love this shot. #35mm #matthewcomer @privatewhitevc

Really great Art direction. Photographed by Matthew Comer
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chrisgaffey:

Fred Perry and Peter Blake collaboration

Fred Perry vs Peter Blake / YES.
chrisgaffey:

Fred Perry and Peter Blake collaboration

Fred Perry vs Peter Blake / YES.
chrisgaffey:

Fred Perry and Peter Blake collaboration

Fred Perry vs Peter Blake / YES.
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daisymaymoore:

From the Chanel inspired necklace to balenciaga shoes I love this look. It’s very neutral but the different fabrics and shades pull it all together. 

Featured brands are;

Necklace: So you the boutique 
Top: topshop
Jacket: hmstreetstyle
Jeans: Paige denim
Shoes: balenciaga
Bag: louisvuittonluxury

A day with the wife.
daisymaymoore:

From the Chanel inspired necklace to balenciaga shoes I love this look. It’s very neutral but the different fabrics and shades pull it all together. 

Featured brands are;

Necklace: So you the boutique 
Top: topshop
Jacket: hmstreetstyle
Jeans: Paige denim
Shoes: balenciaga
Bag: louisvuittonluxury

A day with the wife.
daisymaymoore:

From the Chanel inspired necklace to balenciaga shoes I love this look. It’s very neutral but the different fabrics and shades pull it all together. 

Featured brands are;

Necklace: So you the boutique 
Top: topshop
Jacket: hmstreetstyle
Jeans: Paige denim
Shoes: balenciaga
Bag: louisvuittonluxury

A day with the wife.
daisymaymoore:

From the Chanel inspired necklace to balenciaga shoes I love this look. It’s very neutral but the different fabrics and shades pull it all together. 

Featured brands are;

Necklace: So you the boutique 
Top: topshop
Jacket: hmstreetstyle
Jeans: Paige denim
Shoes: balenciaga
Bag: louisvuittonluxury

A day with the wife.
daisymaymoore:

From the Chanel inspired necklace to balenciaga shoes I love this look. It’s very neutral but the different fabrics and shades pull it all together. 

Featured brands are;

Necklace: So you the boutique 
Top: topshop
Jacket: hmstreetstyle
Jeans: Paige denim
Shoes: balenciaga
Bag: louisvuittonluxury

A day with the wife.
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How to shit food perfectly.
How to shit food perfectly.
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How to shit food perfectly.
How to shit food perfectly.
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Ali taking a break from the speed bag. Black v white imagery.
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Neil Armstrong said this.
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daisymaymoore:

New toryburch ‘marlow’ arrived this morning, they are a perfect summer slipper/loafer that will go with almost anything.  They are all leather and are super soft so none of that wearing in needed (which I don’t have time for being a mum, I need something that’s comfy from the off).

A gorgeous wheat and gold trim gives them a slightly dressy feel. I will be adding some pictures with dress ideas later today, stay tuned……

Orange vs Magenta colourway #packaging #fashion #Branding
daisymaymoore:

New toryburch ‘marlow’ arrived this morning, they are a perfect summer slipper/loafer that will go with almost anything.  They are all leather and are super soft so none of that wearing in needed (which I don’t have time for being a mum, I need something that’s comfy from the off).

A gorgeous wheat and gold trim gives them a slightly dressy feel. I will be adding some pictures with dress ideas later today, stay tuned……

Orange vs Magenta colourway #packaging #fashion #Branding
daisymaymoore:

New toryburch ‘marlow’ arrived this morning, they are a perfect summer slipper/loafer that will go with almost anything.  They are all leather and are super soft so none of that wearing in needed (which I don’t have time for being a mum, I need something that’s comfy from the off).

A gorgeous wheat and gold trim gives them a slightly dressy feel. I will be adding some pictures with dress ideas later today, stay tuned……

Orange vs Magenta colourway #packaging #fashion #Branding
daisymaymoore:

New toryburch ‘marlow’ arrived this morning, they are a perfect summer slipper/loafer that will go with almost anything.  They are all leather and are super soft so none of that wearing in needed (which I don’t have time for being a mum, I need something that’s comfy from the off).

A gorgeous wheat and gold trim gives them a slightly dressy feel. I will be adding some pictures with dress ideas later today, stay tuned……

Orange vs Magenta colourway #packaging #fashion #Branding
daisymaymoore:

New toryburch ‘marlow’ arrived this morning, they are a perfect summer slipper/loafer that will go with almost anything.  They are all leather and are super soft so none of that wearing in needed (which I don’t have time for being a mum, I need something that’s comfy from the off).

A gorgeous wheat and gold trim gives them a slightly dressy feel. I will be adding some pictures with dress ideas later today, stay tuned……

Orange vs Magenta colourway #packaging #fashion #Branding
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1970 — colourway / rounded font.
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Hipster essentials. Bespoke leather saddle bag for your fixed gear bike.