Hi, I'm Paul Galinsky, a print and web designer, project manager, and junior level web developer, living in Edinburgh.

I built this site to practice WordPress theme development and display a little of my print portfolio. I'm currently half of the magnificent web and print duo Lumpy Lemon.

Report: Myeloma UK Measuring Patient Preferences

Myeloma UK's Measuring Patient Preferences report is the culmination of two years of collaborative research between Myeloma UK and NICE, the UK's National Institute for Health and Care and Excellence.

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Book: Activities for Woodcraft Folk Pioneer Groups

Activities for Woodcraft Folk Pioneer Groups is a full-colour, 92 page, perfect-bound A4 book, full of activities for 10-12 year olds. It's one of a selection of books that I've created for Woodcraft Folk, along with flyers, posters, banners and other print designs.

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Font: Font Aid VI

Are you an asterisk short of a full font deck? Then you came to the right place. Font Aid VI was a project in which more than 250 designers from 41 countries collaborated, to create a typeface consisting entirely of asterisks and other star-inspired symbols.

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Album Sleeve: Jeni Saint, Against The Tide

Singer-songwriter Jeni Saint's life and music are inspired by the sea. She wanted her album cover to reflect this, and to be vibrant and alive, yet calm.

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Flyer: London Rockin’ Rollers

Roller Derby has had a big comeback in recent years. My wife played with the London Roller Girls, and I helped out with artwork and photography for the London Rockin' Rollers for a couple of seasons.

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Product Brochure: The Mayhew Christmas Catalogue

This is years old, but still one of my favourite projects. Christmas brochures are often so kitschy or prescriptively designed that they have no character or identity. This is a shame as it's so important that brands cut through the pre-Christmas noise, particularly when they're as wonderful as the Mayhew, a fantastic animal rescue shelter in the heart of London.

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Brand Guidelines: Industrial Workers of the World

Brand guidelines are created to help an organisation achieve a consistent message, no matter who is speaking, writing, or designing for them. Guidelines needn’t be long or overly prescriptive, in fact it's generally better that they're not, because non-designers (and frankly, some designers...) tend to glaze over presentational instructions fairly quickly.

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Flyer: Hell Pizza

I used to live near a place called Hell Pizza in Shepherds Bush, London. It was amazing, and I jumped at the chance to create a flyer for them.

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