My presentation tin for my dissertation last year. “End” in white gold leaf, “ownership” in engine turned palladium leaf and the gilding around “End” is black variegated copper leaf. Gloss black and gloss grey pinstriping over a satin black tin.
Original design, gilding and airbrushing by Me, Pinstriping by Neil Melliard of prosign.

My presentation tin for my dissertation last year. “End” in white gold leaf, “ownership” in engine turned palladium leaf and the gilding around “End” is black variegated copper leaf. Gloss black and gloss grey pinstriping over a satin black tin.

Original design, gilding and airbrushing by Me, Pinstriping by Neil Melliard of prosign.

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After a conversation with my brother, a London bus driver, concerning the visibility
of cyclists in low light, I started observing cyclists riding in the late evening, both from a moving car and whilst walking. It seemed there were a few problems that were instantly apparent, one of which was that even with a set of bright bike lights, a cyclist can become practically invisible from the side, or even the quarter angle. This in itself is a large problem, as a cyclist is most vulnerable when alongside a car, when driver would most likely view the cyclist from these angles. Another problem that seemed evident was that even the best efforts to indicate that a cyclist is about to turn are severely hindered at night by the fact you can barely see the torso, let alone the arm.

With the cycle jacket I designed, I aim to resolve these issues, with a lightweight cycle jacket with carefully considered placement of Electroluminescent light strips to help a cyclists visibility from all angles, supplemented by 3M Scotchlite strips to add the flickering reflection of a cars headlamps back to the driver. The jacket also has another trick up its sleeve, literally, as it has Electroluminescent indicators, triggered by a lower-thumb placed button to give the cyclist every chance of their intent to turn to be acknowledged by other road users.