I'm Matt Waymouth.

I design cool stuff.

Well, occasionally. Usually it's just slightly-above-average stuff, but every once in a while something rather awesome will pop up and I'll be pretty chuffed with myself. I'm currently on a break from studying at the Auckland University of Technology - and I've gotten pretty used to having no money. So I figured I may as well just do all my work for free.

Yep, free graphic design. Click here to learn more.

PRINT

Business cards, annual reports, menus for shady kebab shops, I'll do it all. I'm particularly interested in this avenue of design. Let me do your gig posters.

WEB

I've been known to dabble. I'm still pretty new to the whole 'making internet' thing, but hey - I do it for free. I made this website, so there's an example for you.

TYPE

I make typefaces too. That fancy-lookin' one above is named Poseidon. It will be available for download here once it's ready for the public. Won't be long.

RECENT WORK

POSEIDON

Decorative Typeface - Personal Project

ARTISTIC PORTFOLIO

Publication - Blatant Self-promotion

COMPENDIUM MAGAZINE

Publication Design - Personal Project

CORPORATE

Photography - University project

Behance

These are just a few examples of my work. Click here to peruse my Behance page if you're nosy.

LATEST BLOG POST

52 WEEKS PROJECT

Some said it couldn’t be done. Others sought to prevent it. The designers had lived through a long and prosperous summer, growing fat, lazy, and complacent. They had used Helvetica Neue and Adobe Garamond with gay abandon, used an excess of triangles and Aztec patterns and hand-drawn type, but they had never known true despair. Still, the long-spoken prophecies were always bound to be fulfilled, and though many tried to hide the glaring truth in the back of their cluttered, dusty minds; all knew the day would finally come. This day. One man would overcome the pure, penetrating fear that seeped into the very heart of any designer hearing the words “oi Bro-hemian Rhapsody, you should fully do one of those 52 Weeks of Graphic Design projects bro, you’re pretty good at doing that sort of computer stuff and whatnot”. Uttered by a misguided cousin or an overly intoxicated friend determined to prove his bro-love, the words were always meant with good intentions. Nobody had any hatred for the designers – they made the cool-looking shit, after all.[…]

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