THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE
THIS IS A VOICE

THIS IS A VOICE

Exhibition graphics and gallery guide for This Is A Voice at the Wellcome Collection. The exhibition focuses on the non-linguistic and experimental qualities of the voice represented through a variety of objects and artworks. The title graphics were treated in a playful way – visually interpreting the theme of each section. Working closely with the 3D designers, a pallet of tactile materials were developed to marry the graphic and built elements. All text in the exhibition is printed on silicone – giving a fleshy layer on top of the exhibitions 3D skeleton. The gallery guide acts as an extended reader for the exhibition, offering more in-depth information on each of the works.

exhibition graphic design, publication design

In collaboration with Plaid
Photographs by Leon Chew

read more read less

’OUGH’OUGH
’OUGH’OUGH
’OUGH’OUGH
’OUGH’OUGH
’OUGH’OUGH
’OUGH’OUGH

’OUGH’OUGH

We were commissioned by Radar, Loughborough to think about identity and place. Our research for this project became a text and a series of visual responses to the town. We worked on these with the artist and illustrator Peter Nencini. These responses exist as a set of billboards located in Loughborough and a series of images hosted on the website. Please visit the website to read the text.

artist commission, graphic identity, research

In collaboration with Peter Nencini
Photographs by Ben Nichol

read more read less

PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP
PICK ME UP

PICK ME UP

Graphic identity for Pick Me Up 2015 at Somerset House. Following the punchy three word title of the graphic arts festival a series of three word statements were written for information panels and way finding. Alongside this we asked the speakers of the critical programme to write three word statements which were then subject to the graphic treatment of the identity.

The graphic mark-making of the typography emulates hand-made placards and was fly-posted throughout on large format screen printed posters. Plywood lettering guides were cut on site with the help of Makerversity, who are located in the basement of Somerset house. These were then used to mark out the large format title graphics which were finished up by sign writers.

graphic identity, exhibition design

3D: Michael Marriott
Sign writing: Sean Thomas
Screen Printing: Oli Fowler

read more read less

SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT
SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT
SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT
SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT
SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT
SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT

SOUTHALL MARKET WELCOME MAT

New terrazzo entrance to Southall Market. Part of a wider project where we were working with Ealing Council to make interventions in the public realm in Southall.

signage

In collaboration with DK-CM, Project Centre and Urban Movement

read more read less

BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA
BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA
BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA
BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA
BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA
BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA

BLACKHORSE LANE INDUSTRIAL AREA

New wayfinding for the five industrial estates along Blackhorse Lane in Walthamstow. Reusing existing posts to save cost the modular design allows flexibility and retains the possibility for additional smaller signs to be added at a later date. In addition to the signage we designed a new clock at the heart of the industrial estate.

signage

In collaboration with architects We Made That

read more read less

SAINT ANSELM’S
SAINT ANSELM’S
SAINT ANSELM’S
SAINT ANSELM’S

SAINT ANSELM’S

New signage, notice board and access ramp for Saint Anselm’s Catholic Church in Southall. Part of a wider project where we were working with Ealing Council to make interventions in the public realm in Southall. The cream terrazzo replicates the terrazzo alter inside the 1968 church.

signage

In collaboration with DK-CM, Project Centre and Urban Movement

read more read less

BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP
BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP

BLACKHORSE WORKSHOP

Blackhorse Workshop is a wood and metal workshop for making and mending in Walthamstow. The workshop provides affordable access to tools and workspace for the local community.

graphic identity, signage, website

In collaboration with Assemble

read more read less

BUILDING RIGHTS
BUILDING RIGHTS
BUILDING RIGHTS
BUILDING RIGHTS
BUILDING RIGHTS
BUILDING RIGHTS
BUILDING RIGHTS

BUILDING RIGHTS

Launching in April 2014, Building Rights is a user-generated resource for knowledge and information about planning issues in England and Wales. It seeks to amplify and extend existing sources of knowledge available from the government and local authorities, and to increase popular engagement with the practice of planning. It seeks to increase every citizen’s knowledge of their building rights, and their ability to use them, whether they are seeking to build, to prevent building, or otherwise to play an active role in their towns and places. Building Rights is part of ‘Making Planning Popular’, a PhD by David Knight.

graphic identity, website

In collaboration with DK-CM and Afonso Martins

read more read less

BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE
BLACKHORSE LANE

BLACKHORSE LANE

These billboards document and celebrate the industry and manufacturing in the Blackhorse Lane area in Walthamstow, London. These include a prop maker, specialist stone supplier, bespoke joinery manufacturer, wooden bed maker, comic book seller, metal fabricator and a fabric distributer.

billboards

In collaboration with photographer Thomas Adank and architects We Made That

read more read less

DK-CM
DK-CM
DK-CM
DK-CM
DK-CM

DK-CM

The DK-CM identity is built with an underlying skeleton upon which a variety of typographic forms are added.

graphic identity, logo design

read more read less

FRONT ROOM
FRONT ROOM
FRONT ROOM
FRONT ROOM
FRONT ROOM
FRONT ROOM
FRONT ROOM

FRONT ROOM

Housed in Frederick Gibberd's Fullwell Cross Library the Front Room has been designed to showcase Barkingside's past and its future as part of the ongoing 'Better Barkingside' project. It contains a growing exhibition about Barkingside, and will also host a series of events throughout the project, including lectures, celebrations, meetings and workshops.

The maps on the walls are a growing archive of Barkingside's history, and an up-to-date record of the changes to Barkingside's public realm and frontages.

Our bespoke typeface is based on Eurostile, the typeface used for the original signage in the library and leisure centre.

graphic identity, exhibition

In collaboration with architects DK-CM

read more read less

FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE
FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE

FRIEZE ART FAIR FAMILY GUIDE

‘Just like you, Freeze Monster has been exploring Frieze Art Fair. But he has a terrible problem – he saw so much he can't actually remember what he has seen! As the fair is only once a year, this is a big problem. But, you can help!’

The Family Guide is an annual activity booklet for Frieze Art Fair. Children are given a series of questions and activities to help them engage with the art at the fair. The guide is made in collaboration with the illustrator Holly Wales with texts written by Hannah Murgatroyd and Hannah Coulson.

activity guide

read more read less

BREATHING
BREATHING
BREATHING
BREATHING
BREATHING
BREATHING
BREATHING
BREATHING

BREATHING

This book was designed on the occasion of Alice Channer's exhibition Out of Body at South London Gallery, using five different cuts of the typeface Univers. This book includes photographs from the exhibition, a selection of Alice's past work, an essay by Barry Schwabsky and an interview conducted by Sam Thorne.

book

Published by South London Gallery

read more read less

THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX
THE ASPEN COMPLEX

THE ASPEN COMPLEX

The Aspen Complex draws on the events of the 1970 International Design Conference in Aspen, with documentary photographs of Martin Beck's exhibition Panel 2 – Nothing better than a touch of ecology and catastrophe to unite the social classes…, essays by Sabeth Buchmann, Felicity D. Scott, and Alice Twemlow and video stills from the Aspen Movie Map.

The physical form of The Aspen Complex references another book – The Aspen Papers – in both size and material. The Aspen Papers, published in 1974, is a book edited by Rayner Banham and designed by Ivan Chermayeff. It contains official material collected from the Aspen conferences. The headlines in The Aspen Complex are set in Compacta, a typeface used in two relevant counterculture publications from 1970 – Radical Software and Domebook.

book

Designed with Rasmus Spanggaard Troelsen
Martin Beck and Sternberg Press

read more read less

MAKERS & BROTHERS
MAKERS & BROTHERS
MAKERS & BROTHERS
MAKERS & BROTHERS
MAKERS & BROTHERS
MAKERS & BROTHERS

MAKERS & BROTHERS

Makers and Brothers is an Irish shop for design and craft objects run by brothers Jonathan and Mark Legge.

Our graphic identity for the brothers Legge includes a series of pictograms drawn from Irish landscape and tradition. These include landscapes inspired by Paul Henry paintings, objects and animals such as a stool, a sheep and a tree, and enlarged details of materials like wood and wool. The drawings are printed on stickers and tape used for the packaging of the products. We add new pictograms for special events and the changing seasons.

graphic identity, stationary, packaging

read more read less

WILD KINGDOM
WILD KINGDOM
WILD KINGDOM
WILD KINGDOM
WILD KINGDOM
WILD KINGDOM
WILD KINGDOM

WILD KINGDOM

The Wild Kingdom is a playspace in Three Mills Green, Newham. It includes a variety of play structures that bring a sense of unexpected adventure, a place where nature and play come together.

Our graphic identity for the space is designed so that the community can easily implement it across a variety of platforms in print, online and on-site. As well as contributing a rugged playfulness to the project, the identity supports a number of free on-site workshops run before, during and after the landscape's construction.

graphic identity

Playspace designed by architects We Made That
Commissioned by The Legacy List and London Legacy Development Corporation

read more read less

GROUNDPLAN
GROUNDPLAN
GROUNDPLAN

GROUNDPLAN

Groundplan is a housebuilder directed by Crispin Kelly. Central to their work is the infrastructure of shared spaces within a community and how the design of private spaces influences the public spaces in between them.

We named the company and designed their graphic identity. Our research looked at icons of British suburban living from wheelie bins to picnic benches. The identity is composed of a set of pictograms depicting items that you would be likely to find in the shared spaces of the community.

graphic identity, stationary, website

read more read less

FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS
FUTURE WORKS

FUTURE WORKS

Future Works is an exhibition catalogue for the Printmaking MA at the Royal College of Art. The book is printed in 8 separate 8-page signatures which are bound together, allowing one spread for each student. Each section is printed in a different complimentary colour pair which gradually changes through the book, resulting in an economical and vibrantly colourful book; a total of 16 spot pantone colours including fluorescents and metallics are used.

The students screenprinted the gatefold covers using their facilities at the RCA. Each cover features a marbling or blending of leftover inks from student projects. As a result traces of the artworks exhibited in the show are in the covers and each book is unique.

catalogue

read more read less

FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY
FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY

FANTASTIC FACTOLOGY

Located in London’s Olympic Park, Fantastic Factology was a project in which facts were submitted by members of the public via the website and on postcards through various workshops. The facts were collected, edited and finally produced as a series of bench plaques which were inset in park benches dispersed throughout the site, creating a trail of informative morsels covering everything from the sleeping habits of the snail to the structure of the Mongolian language.

graphic identity, typeface, bench plaques, website

Initiated by The Klassnik Corporation, Riitta Ikonen and We Made That
Commissioned by Olympic Delivery Authority

read more read less

TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT
TUMULT

TUMULT

Tumult was an exhibition showing Swedish 70s political craft. The exhibition design drew heavily on familiar vernacular exhibitions of the period, while much of the work on show had a certain urgency to it but with a high level of detail and consideration. In this spirit we imagined what a set of letterforms would look like if designed by an 'activist librarian', which became a bespoke typeface for the exhibition.

exhibition graphics, publication, headline typeface

In collaboration with Medium
Gustavsbergs Konsthall, Sweden

read more read less

FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS
FOUNTAINS

FOUNTAINS

In Autumn 2010 David Batchelor installed a fountain of light above Archway tube station. The fountain remained there throughout the dark winter months until the clocks went forward again in the spring.

We worked with David Batchelor and Anna Hart to create a booklet of fountain paintings. From the fountains of Peterhof Palace to the Fountain of Youth depicted by Lucas Cranach the Elder, the fountains represented a selection from art and architectural history. David turned these fountain images into a series of dot paintings for the publication. The booklets were posted through the letterboxes of the 4000 closest residents the the station announcing the switching on of the artwork.

booklet

Published by AIR
Photography by The London Sock Exchange

read more read less

(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR
(B)RYAN'S BAR

(B)RYAN'S BAR

In 2010 and 2011 we ran and designed the bar at Sunday Art Fair with Ryan Gander. The event was punctuated by a series of artist cocktail hours where artists would design and mix cocktails for customers.

The cocktails included 'Punch' by Fiona Banner – a cocktail where the customer would attempt to down a magnum of champagne. However, there was a catch – the champagne could only be drunk from a champagne coupe whilst wearing boxing gloves and needed to be drunk in an allotted time signified by the ringing of the bell. The following year we held an art pub quiz with Bedwyr Willams as the quizmaster, putting the art knowledge of the crowd to the test.

beermats, flyers, signage, menu

read more read less

TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD
TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD

TEMPORARY MUSEUM OF STRATFORD

Housed in a disused lobby within the diverse Stratford Shopping Centre (not Westfield) – a place where a 24-hour public thoroughfare and market street drives through the privately owned stores of commerce – The (Temporary) Museum of Stratford seeks to uncover the many layers of history underlying the area's current developments, providing a reflection upon Stratford's future through an excavation of its past.

Our brief was to design an exhibition which could be enjoyed by passers-by when peering through the windows of this forgotten corner of the shopping centre. We created the exhibition out of coloured cardboard and printed the catalogue on newsprint – temporary materials for a fleeting museum.

Early on in the project, when sifting through the archive material, we coincidentally found a photograph from 1971 of a previous exhibition offering ‘glimpses into the past and future of Stratford’. This image provided inspiration and direction for many of our design decisions as well as a suitable image for the front page of the newspaper.

exhibition design, newspaper

Part of the London Festival of Architecture, 2010
Architecture Foundation

read more read less

CONNECTORS
CONNECTORS
CONNECTORS
CONNECTORS
CONNECTORS
CONNECTORS

CONNECTORS

Connectors was an exhibition of work by product designers and makers at the Saatchi Gallery. We designed the exhibition graphics including a bespoke typeface for the show.

exhibition graphics

Exhibition design by Glass Hill
Phillips de Pury

read more read less

SUB-PLAN
SUB-PLAN
SUB-PLAN
SUB-PLAN
SUB-PLAN
SUB-PLAN
SUB-PLAN

SUB-PLAN

How far does planning control what we build? And what can we build without planning? Sub-Plan investigates the moment when architecture appears to slip into insignificance – when it doesn’t even need a planning application. Are the implications of minor development more significant than planners imagine?

book design workshop

In collaboration with Finn Williams, DK-CM and students of the Architectural Association Summer School.

read more read less

PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS
PARALLEL CARDS

PARALLEL CARDS

The Parallel Cards at first appear like a traditional pack of cards. On closer inspection however it can be seen that the playing cards have no reverse side but two picture sides – with a different card always appearing on the reverse.

We developed the game Parallel Black Jacks to be played with the cards. Card tournaments for the game have been held at Somerset House, Lisson Gallery and Berkeley Art Museum, USA.

In many traditional designs, including the designs that we were using, the front face of playing cards are printed with the spot colours blue, red, yellow and black. As these colours are not so far off of the standard printing colours – cyan, magenta, yellow and black – we printed not only the cards but the accompanying leaflet which included a photograph of twins playing with the cards.

For the second edition of the cards we inverted all of the colours on the cards.

playing cards, card tournament

Collaboration with Ryan Gander
Joker illustration by Sion Ap Tomos
MUMOK, The Thing Quarterly

read more read less

CONCEPT STORE
CONCEPT STORE
CONCEPT STORE
CONCEPT STORE
CONCEPT STORE
CONCEPT STORE
CONCEPT STORE

CONCEPT STORE

Concept Store is a journal published bi-annually by Arnolfini in Bristol. Each issue takes its theme from the current curatorial programme at the arts centre. We designed issue #2 which was about the future, spanning subjects from fashion to terrorism and from Korean housing projects to the destiny of the art world.

publication

read more read less

MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE
MATERIAL PRESENCE

MATERIAL PRESENCE

Material Presence was a group exhibition at 176 Gallery including work by Laura Buckley, Myriam Holmes, Graham Hudson, James Ireland, Alexej Meschtschanow, Katja Strunz and Mark Titchner.

The headline lettering that we used throughout the graphic identity was our redrawing of the Architectural Alphabet – designed by Johann Steingruber in 1773. Steingruber's letters are architectural plans for palaces, none of which were ever built. Steingruber’s alphabet, like most alphabets, existed only in printed form. To give the Alphabet a new lease of life we created a CAD rendered fly-through of the building-letters. The video loop was installed in the gallery foyer introducing visitors to the exhibition.

Housed in a former Methodist chapel, we covered sections of the gallery facade with banners depicting 1:1 scale sections of the Architectural Alphabet.

The publication to accompany the exhibition came in a box which contained the catalogue and an edition from each of the exhibiting artists.

exhibition graphics, publication

read more read less

WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...

WOULDN'T IT BE NICE...

Wouldn't it be nice… wishful thinking in art and design was a group exhibition curated by Katya García-Antón and Emily King. The artists and designers were chosen for having a modest sense of Utopianism in their work. They included Superflex, Bless, Alicia Framis, Jurgen Bey, Ryan Gander, Dexter Sinister, Dunne & Raby with Michael Anastassiades, Tobias Rehberger, Martí Guixé and Martino Gamper.

The interior of this exhibition at Somerset House was designed and built utilising bespoke polystyrene structures, which were engineered using computer operated hot wires and drill bits. We were interested in using the drill bit as a drawing tool to integrate captions and wayfinding information onto the surfaces of the exhibition space.

We drew a typeface inspired by both old engraving typefaces by Edward Johnson and Eric Gill and the monoline engraving typefaces sometimes found on generic acrylic office signage. This meant that our monoline typeface could be used on print as well as being engraved into the polystyrene, maintaining a consistent look throughout the show.

exhibition graphics, publication

read more read less

PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING
PLACE FAKING

PLACE FAKING

Finn Williams' exhibition at New London Architecture in 2007 included, in his words, a ‘mockumentary set 40 years after the completion of an alternative masterplan for Barking Riverside. It records residents' memories and impressions of a town built on the myth of a fictional, improved version of suburbia, a large white lie which may be fake, but ought to be true’.

We created a leaflet for this exhibition that implies it is part of a bigger history or context by appearing to be a loose section from a larger book. The page numbers begin at 97 and the publication starts and finishes mid sentence, as if cut off from the longer running text of the book. A Doric, an Ionic and a Corinthian column hang on the exhibition spaces pre-existing display boards, whilst the remaining exhibition graphics extend into wall vinyl and captions.

exhibition graphics, publication

read more read less

MODERN PAINTERS
MODERN PAINTERS
MODERN PAINTERS

MODERN PAINTERS

For the 2008 exhibition of British Post-Impressionist painters at Tate Britain we designed the marketing material. The design centred around Walter Sickert's 1914 painting Ennui.

posters, leaflets, newspaper adverts, invitations

read more read less

LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES
LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES
LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES
LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES
LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES
LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES

LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER LECTURES

Loose Associations are a series of lectures by the artist Ryan Gander. The lectures are informally structured, linking together a string of anecdotes and references into a series of happy encounters. We were asked to convert these lectures into printed form alongside three of Ryan's other lectures. We translated the narrative links into the layout by placing the images in the run of the text where they would appear as slides in the lecture.

book

Published by Onestar Press

read more read less

THE ALLOTMENT
THE ALLOTMENT
THE ALLOTMENT

THE ALLOTMENT

The Allotment was a temporary restaurant at 8 Egerton Garden Mews in South Kensington. The restaurant opened for four months in the spring of 2007 and was run by Platform 2, Design Products at the Royal College of Art. The restaurant's menu and interior design evolved in three stages – this promotional poster was overprinted and updated three times to mirror this change.

poster

read more read less