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Joe Locke’s ‘Force of Four’ at the Kitano

email campaign – design, code, broadcast Joe Locke‘s beautifully fresh and energetic young quartet Force Of Four – with which he also released an album under the same name the year before – played a two-night engagement at the stylish Kitano Hotel in Manhattan. This eflyer announced the gig, drove extra ticket sales at an […]

Joe Locke’s website re-vibed

website design / development / hosting Joe Locke’s website has been one of our key projects ever since its first re-design and nadworks-treatment went live in early 2006. Now that the possibilities of web development, faster broadband, our own design ambitions and general user behaviour have progressed, it was time to grab a fresh white […]

“Aurea”

album design + illustration When Geoffrey Keezer asked me to take care of the graphic design for his first ArtistShare project, I was immediately on board. Not just because I love his music and enjoy working with him. But because one of the tracks would be a re-arranged version of one of my all time […]

Joe Locke, November 2008 newsletter

email campaign within the then regular monthly eNewsletter rota for Joe Locke, the November 2008 edition featured heavily his new release “Force of Four” by the energetic quartet with Robert Rodriguez (piano), Johnathan Blake (drums) and Ricardo Rodriguez (bass). Photography by Alexandros Lambrovassilis.

SNJO “Jazz Toons”

email campaign – design, code, broadcast “Featuring the phenomenal singer Maureen McMullan who has captured audiences’ hearts with her sensitivity, sense of fun and sheer exuberance. The SNJO will improvise through these wonderful themes playing their parts with dedication, passion, heart and imagination.”

“Van Gogh by Numbers”

album design The first ever album we designed – and it happened more out of a favour in a low budget situation, and my eagerness to give it a shot in the first place, and the generous trust of my dear friend Joe Locke to guide me through his own vision of the design for […]