Amnesty INT'L: #NASTYME
Nasty Me is an anagram that represents the antithesis of Amnesty and its beliefs. The collective work was a direct response to recent current affairs; California’s reinstatement of the death penalty and Donald Trump’s campaign to divide the U.S and Mexico. By juxtaposing provocative imagery of the offenders (NastyMe’s) and the outcome of these contemporary issues, in tandem with dynamic typesetting.
The work was given further prominence through the creation of large A0 screenprints to engage, stimulate and provoke. Don’t be Nasty Me support Amnesty!
Exploring the relationships between sport athletes and the brands they decide to opt-in with and how they could be locked into this deal of wearing only one brand for a certain amount of time. Money aside do athletes really need it and potentially hindering max performance due to restrictions, would it be better to sometimes switch sides? The initial bones of the 'No Ties' Zine.
BBC World Service
A play on the words ‘World Service’ by typographically deconstructing it to create a new message, ‘No Service’. This was a playful ad sting designed to highlight how important the BBC World Service is. This service which engages us as an audience and community, informs and connects us with news from other circles across the world.
The Globe is a quarterly publication created for Barclaycard employees on an international platform. The most recent publication I worked on was the July/August edition - which had a textured, skodix print finish to the cover - in line with the main feature showcasing the company’s ‘Tapestries’ they produce for clients. I undertook various layout work on this project, throughout the entire production process.
The Journal is a monthly magazine created for Sainsbury’s employees. With a 70 year heritage behind it, it remains a vital channel to address and unite colleagues from all sites and departments across the business. Throughout me entire time at 44 Communications, I’ve been involved with a variety of design and layout work for the publication, including a notable re-design in October 2016.
The Place is a bi-monthly magazine for leading independent British brewery and pub retailer Marston’s. With a massive network of 14,000 employees, the publication has a vital place at the heart of the company’s communications strategy. Some of my most recent work has included the IoIC awarding winning ‘Marston’s Our Map’. I undertook creative lead on the latest issue with designing and Art-directing the outcome of our various spreads, heavily on the ‘colouring in’ of the illustrations in this months issue. Keeping the consistency from previous issues and in result creating a harmonious watercolour finish.