Promotional materials to coincide with the book release included film title sequences, exhibition signage, t-shirts, posters, and a newsletter-style website.
Design and art direction for the international follow-up of London’s first graffiti book – Crack & Shine International. Produced for Topsafe London in collaboration with Vans.
Design and art direction for an arts & culture organisation. Designed materials included an identity, invites, postcards, brochures, posters and a set of catalogues. A simple website showcasing foundation’s activity is under development.
A set of two catalogues showcasing foundation’s collection as well as essays, reports and articles from both members and selected contributors alike.
Collected research, planning, development and diary entries tracking the progress of the Y/WD community project. Presented as a tabloid-sized journal.
Design and art direction for a community project aiming to temporarily transform vacant retail spaces welcoming community hubs focused on running workshops, discussion groups & events. Project organised and run by Alice Stein. Designed items included an identity, signage, newsletter, sample publications and promotional posters.
Promotional postcards for an online magazine about sex, art, and photography. Each issue showcases work from writers, photographers and artists with content oriented around a featured theme.
Identity, packaging, three distinct publications and a set of double-sided posters providing insight into the content and key theories of the thesis.
Theoretical analysis of branding and authority. Case studies included “1989 Metropolitan Police Re-branding Scheme”, “Gated Communities & Branded Public Space”, “Principles of Branding & The Case of New Labour”.
Brand guidelines outlining identity principles and the correct use of the logotype, typography, colour, language and communication. Practical aspect of the thesis.
Simple, utilitarian document containing additional research, extended commentary, source excerpts and key concepts accompanying the critical review.
The aim of the brief was to create a series of three illustrations from two existing, abstract pieces of artwork commissioned by Lacroix. Completed at Tank Magazine.
Selected posters 2009–2011.
Selected logotypes 2009–2011.