Here we feature Jessica Kumah’s Circus Alphabet designs from her degree show in 2013.
Here we feature Heather Armer’s Morecambe typeface project from her final year show in 2012.
Heather’s display face design was drawn from observed shapes taken from in and around Morecambe’s sea front environment. The resulting designs, combined with a beautifully considered colour palette, make for an elegant bespoke type face.
Here we feature Jessie Frogertt’s ‘Hand Made’ project from 2014. The brief was to brand and promote a new contemporary craft fair selling bespoke handcrafted wares.
Selection of Jessie’s research - Transition 1
Selection of Jessie’s research - Transition 2
Great example of a well thought through branding project. Nice diagonal device, coupled with strong colour palette and stylish photography. All underpinned by excellent research & development.
Here we feature Dan Horsfall’s Branding for Bradford. His branding concept was based on Bradford’s cotton industry & heritage.
A good solid example of Branding a location based around one well researched historic connection.
Here we feature an animated short film by Neil Bennison created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the launch of Letraset.
All the character portraits were created using sheets of A3 discarded Letraset found on a rubbish tip. They were damp and very distressed when first found but once we had dried them out in the studio we were able to begin to play around with them.
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Beautifully crafted animation and a great example of creative happenstance.
Here we feature an identity design to celebrate Nikon’s 100th Anniversary by Heidi Woodhead, as well as some ideas for an exhibition layout.
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Here we feature Louis Murphy Hancock’s rebrand for the Slapstick Festival, an annual event that takes place in Bristol. This project was part of Louis’s degree show and cleverly intertwines typography with appropriate silent slapstick footage to great effect.
Short advertising show start times
A short film outlining the theatres ground rules
Short film advertising ticket sales
Goodbye and come again soon!
Great work. Comprehensive, well crafted and appropriate to the subject matter.