A repeat pattern inspired by the Citarum River in Indonesia. Regarded the worlds most polluted river. Textile companies contribute to the pollution by dumping untreated dyes from their factories straight into the water. I have referenced this by screen printing the pattern onto one of these companies t-shirts.
In collaboration with Maisie Robinson, we designed and filmed the offices for the Ministry of the Future. Members from other ministries would come to the offices for advice, as the Ministry of the Future could see future problems and aim to stop them in the present.
While on a fellowship with the British council in Venice, I observed the impact of tourism to the area.
Exploring the idea of pattern as a tool for communication I created a series of five scarves. They tell the harrowing story of a Syrian Refugee, named Doaa. The profits raised from selling the scarves will go to UNHCR the UN Refugee Agency.
I was project manager for Camberwell BA Graphic Design's degree show, 'Outcomes May Vary'. Which we worked on with guidance from the professional design studio, Kellenberger-White. We decided to base the identity around the wood block Flaxman typeface and the letterpress workshop has also influenced many aspects of the design. The title of the show 'Outcomes May Vary' was a reference to the nature of letterpress and to our class producing a range of different work.
I also worked on the shows signage, It was a large version of the woodblock letters used in letterpress which spelled out the title of the show. We attached them to the fence outside Wilson Road, where the show was held.
We used laser cut stencils created from the digitised version of the typeface, to create the indoor signage.
Observing the people of Vauxhall and Oval through the process of drawing, I made this zine that acts as a guide to four independent cafe's in the area. I wanted to offer choice back to visitors to the area, giving them an alternative to the chain cafes.
A Poster designed for the Guardian’s art students alternative election posters. Printed in the Guardian, it was credited by article writer Johnathan Jones as ‘...by far the best and most incisive of these posters makes a good point catchily.’
I was given two contrasting genre’s of music, House and Opera and asked to make a record sleeve for a fictitious artist who combines these styles. I created this piece using illustration and screen printing.