A personal response and tribute to Josef Müller-Brockmann that utilises and interprets his design principles but does not try to emulate them and in turn produce a carbon. The tribute was inspired by reading his book 'Grid Systems in Graphic Design', the work was featured on a blog which can be found ⟶ here.
The Workshop and subsequent Exhibition entitled 'Middle Bound', was held at the QUAD Derby, it asked what are the communities that make the Midlands what it is today, and how they relate to each other? - My response concerned local buisness and the communities that they cultivated. I was particularly drawn to old shop signage, known as 'Ghost Signs' due to their faded and worn aesthetic. The exhibition now lives online and can be found ⟶ here.
I was commissioned by the Music Supervisor and Marketing Executive at Universal Production Music to design the logo and branding for his own personal weekly music blog. The idea being to curate a weekly play-list that people would subscribe to, consisting of 5 unknown artists and tracks every Friday. The logo hopes to communicate this process with bold symbolism, see it in use ⟶ here.
I was commissioned by the University of Sussex Chaplin to design and brand a series of print media to advertise a weekly event for the campus. The target audience being students I decided to use bold and minimal colours to design with, the focus being on the written content rather than any imagery. This was in order to better stand out against the other printed media found around the campus.
Lead a team of people in charge of branding a London based exhibition for my course, which included the design and production of a Booklet indexing everyone's individual work and contact details. The name 'All Things Considered' playing on the double meaning of the term, in one sense pointing to the common meaning to ‘take everything into account’, the other a more literal sense to carefully ‘consider’ things, as one is encouraged to do so often by tutors when working on their projects.