Focusing on branding and identity work with new logo for female solo artist Bat For Lashes. The visual identity is then applied to the packaging format of a vinyl sleeve, cd case, dvd and a promotional poster.
The brief was to photograph the subject of a place and a community for Creative Review magazine. I decided to study and photograph a place called Container City situated in the London’s east dock lands, a place where they re-used and re-painted old ship containers for living spaces and work offices making them habitable. The project was also editorial and dealt with the issues of magazine layout and compositional skills.
Shown below you can see the whole identity and the elements used to build this magazine. Creating a logo family ranging from registration marks, page titles, page numbers, icons, barcodes, page titles and text. Basically this logo can contain anything it wants too making it completely adaptable, updated and functional, exactly like the characteristics of a box.
New magazine format and font for the re-launch of fuse magazine for Research Studios. The concept for this magazine is that the subscribers have the chance to decide and design the material that goes inside each month. subscribers can enter monthly competitions and upload their work online.
Artwork for a five vinyl single set for The Signs.
All artwork was hand made using found materials and built up in layers to create a collage and D.I.Y aesthetic to the covers. With each vinyl being hand produced and numbered each one is individually different yet still work as a set making them more desirable to collect them all.
A poster to promote The Mayor’s Thames Festival. Using the idea of an entry ticket ripped in the shape of the river Thames and also the idea of using a close up shot of the ground with various materials with bright colours to give it the feel of a festival.
All artwork was hand made using found labels, paint, adhesive tapes and various other materials i have collected over the years. The typography is also hand produced using old dry transfer lettering also know as letraset from the 1970’s.
The task was to produce a piece of information graphics in diagrammatic format displaying these habits and hopes by using a handcrafted approach. In this case i chose smoking for the habit and i used clocks to show how it relates to time and how this can effect our hopes in the future.
A poster to promote This year’s rip and run event that takes place at Seven dials in London each year. It is an event where selected artists give away free poster/wall art, that is hung up in various hidden places in the streets. I used old ripped posters from outside walls to create a new poster in a collage style.