A text by Hannah Murgatroyd for artist Jen Ray for her solo show at Haus Am Lützowplatz, Berlin. I was asked by Hannah and Jen and turn the text into a book. The book, 'Manual No. 1' is displayed as an integral part of the exhibition.
Check it out at Haus Am Lützowplatz, Berlin till the 10th of November
systemform calls out for cooperation
systemform, our form printer from Bavaria, is on the outlook for cooperation partners to share and produce together. Our assignment was to create a mailing that makes potential cooperation partners think about cooperating on jobs with systemform. We decided to make a poster that features hunderds of YES - NO questions all leading to one anwer: Great, give us a call!
Two days work & play at the ECAJust back from a 2 day fun workshop with photographer Jane Stockdale at the Edinburgh College of Arts. Great work, great students and great supervision by Zoe Patterson, who knows exactly how to rock her graphic design department.
systemform calendar 2015, the year as a blank slateFor 2015 systemform let's you fill out your own year... Every new page of the calendar contains 3 big fields to fill out the year, the month and logo. The small fields need to be numbered by the days of the month. As always systemform guides you with some questions, all you need to do is fill in the answers and your year folds out in front of you.
Logo & CI concept for Inland Art FestivalInland Art Festival asked me to come up for a CI concept for their second Festival. Thanks to the hard work of Inlands Alice Mahoney, everything is coming together again. Just in time for the next festival, which will take place in Redruth, Cornwall, from 21st – 23rd of October, 2016
systemform - wrapping papersystemform asked us to design a systemform - wrapping paper. We came up with a design that showcases the printing and perforation techniques they use so many times while printing forms. The 'open here' triangles and line-perforations don't only create a nice pattern but are also very functional, and make it easy to open up the present.
Logo for Confluence Art Programme, Penryn Campus, UKQuite a challange to create a catching logo for a name as long as the Confluence Art Programme.
By breaking it up and putting it in a square the long name becomes a form and is easier to handle.