Tuesday, 15 June 2010


My design for Magneat limited editions our now :D

Sunday, 13 June 2010

She & Him


Just a little something I whipped up the other day. I doodled this little robin back in the winter, and just realised he might make a sweet little pattern.

Glorious website online

Glorious foods website online now.
Letters and illustrations created by us at ilovedust.

Saturday, 12 June 2010


Sunday, 6 June 2010

California is a Place

Fascinating films and great photography at California is a Place.
All of them well worth a watch and can be viewed on their site.
Here's what they say about the project:

"California is loaded. From Disneyland to farmland, we’ve got Scientology and superstars, Silicon and silicone, crips and bloods. The border. Krumpin’ Clownin’ Jerkin’. The surf and the turf. The boom and the bust. California is humanity run amuck and then packaged, branded and sold. California Cuisine, California Love, California Casual, California Gold, California Girls, and of course, California Dreams. If it exists in the world, it exists here and it does so with pizzaz."

Cannonball from California is a place. on Vimeo.

Friday, 4 June 2010

Glorious Soups! Part 2

And here are some larger views of some of the letters I worked on for this project.
I've included a couple of working ideas I liked that got cut from the final selection. D for Diablo, spicy chilli sauce, F for Fragrant Thai, an N for New England butternut squash and one for New Orleans. The others are A for Asian, S for Spanish, B for Big Easy, R for Roman, and N for New York.

The project has been featured on The Dieline and Lovely Package too. Yay!

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Glorious Soups!

- They're out in the shops now!
ilovedust helped re-brand Glorious Soups and Sauces with unique illuminated letters to identify each soup.
Letters I worked on were A for Asian Tomato Rice & Ginger, B for Big Easy Chilli Cream Sauce, I for Indian Chicken, N for New York Alfredo Sauces, S for Spanish Tomato & Chorizo, T for Toulouse Sausage and Bean and much of T for Tuscan Chicken & Orzo, and the R which would have been for Roman, but the name ended up changing (Ahh, and it was one of my favourites with it's little Roman column).

Oh yes, and I'm not even just saying this, but everyone has said the samples they tried were absolutely delicious! Not just tasty for the eyes.