While browsing Ffffound a few days ago I came across one of my favorite CD covers, that of Mezzanine by Massive Attack. Upon clicking to see where the image had been linked from, I was pleasantly surprised to find an article on PingMag showcasing the designer, Tom Hingston.
Toms’ portfolio is amazingly diverse. His studio showcases just about every medium, from photography to sculpture to 3D modelling, and also houses identity, print and fashion design. He has even worked on some motion pictures, such as Pride and Prejudice, Atonement and Anton Corbijn’s Control.
Musically, he has worked with the likes of Röyksopp, Gnarls Barkley, Garbage, Robbie Williams, Nick Cave and many more.
“An open-minded approach is key to each project. This is underpinned through a process of research which will then help us shape and define our ideas.”
Check out the article on PingMag, and also Tom Hingston Studio for more.
I’m amazed (but not too suprised) that he did the Gnarls Barkley art too – that and the Massive Attack album are two of my favorite cover designs! Just didn’t realize both were him. Thanks for the links!
Hi James, love your work. could you let us know what’s your reference site for logos? you always post nice logos, I’d like to browse through the source.
Hey. If you love Massive Attack’s Mezzanine cover – I guess you would also like Flying Lotus’s – Los Angeles artwork.