Ruarri Joseph is a singer-songwriter. Originally born in Edinburgh, he then moved on to New Zealand, at 17 he moved back to the UK where he released his debut album ‘Tales Of Grime and Grit’ through Atlantic Records. In 2008, he formed his own label ‘Pip Productions’ through which all his subsequent LPs have been released. Inspired by Bob Dylan, the singer song-writer’s work has also earned him favourable comparisons to the chart-topping pop savvy sounds of Damian Rice and David Gray.
Featuring as a regular on BBC Radio and Glastonbury Introducing on BBC One recently, this talented human is going from strength to strength in the music world.
His latest album ‘Brother’ (Pip Productions) is Ruarri’s fourth studio album to date. He has just finished a huge international tour which we supported design and branding for and is working on his fifth album coming soon.
We began working with Ruarri Joseph in the Summer 2014. Initially working on a new logo design for the musician, which was inspired by various 60’s artists. Created with a clean font, it was manipulated and had drawn, shadows and swirls hand crafted digitally. We then moved onto the branding and print design for Ruarri’s UK tour, we developed poster designs, flyers and promotional material for the artist.
With the launch of a new album, comes CD sleeve, inlay and CD artwork. For the ‘Ruarri Joseph – LIVE’ album, we continued on the brand created for the tour and applied this to the CD artwork. Using a poem, track listing, illustrations created from photography of Ruarri, an inner sleeve, front and back cover and on the CD itself was designed. The album is available to buy on iTunes UK, so go take a look or you can order a copy via Ruarri Joseph’s website. See the website here: www.ruarrijoseph.co.uk
As well as the CD inlay designs, we were taken to re-design the existing site template with new slider image, colours, branding and completely re-built the ‘Shop’ section to enable Ruarri to sell albums through iTunes or Paypal. Also uploaded all new albums and E.P’s for the artist.
See the website here: www.ruarrijoseph.co.uk
We have now moved on to design a new holding page for Ruarri’s next venture ‘William The Conqueror’. Ruarri is reforming under a new name and band, with the upcomaing Ep’s and albums coming soon.
See the new holding page here: www.williamtheconqueror.net
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