#publicgallery supporting document
Supporting document for the #publicgallery project. Collaboration with James Gillen.
#publicgallery exhibition booklet
Booklet to provide further information at #publicgallery exhibition, which explored the culture of online sharing. Collaboration with James Gillen.
If Gardens Could Talk
Collaboration with Ben Neenan. Results of an experiment to see whether people care what other people may think about their front garden, through the act of factual itemisation. Final piece printed by Newspaper Club.
Pavement Parking Notice. As a part of my ISTD submission, a concertina folded Pavement Parking Notice was placed on the windscreens of thirty-four ‘offending’ vehicles. (Preview is playing up, but if you click to view full-screen, that seems to be working fine)
Strategy & Type Specifications - Pavement Parking Notice Enclosed
Strategy & Type Specifications for my ISTD 2014 student submission.
Pavement Parking Notice Enclosed
Issuu upload of my student submission for ISTD 2014. Brief: Protest!
Pavement Parking Notice Enclosed, part of my submission to ISTD, working to the Protest! brief. Targeted towards Bristol City Council, the book details the laws, effects, and consequences surrounding pavement parking in Bristol, and the public reaction after receiving a pavement parking notice. The book suggests that the current enforcement of the law, which prohibits pavement parking in Bristol is flawed, and that if people are unwilling to change their parking habits for others, perhaps the council should do more to enforce good parking habits. The book and parking notice relate to each other through design; both share typefaces, use the same colour pallet, and hint at issues of space and restriction through consistent borders. Typographic hierarchy is achieved through application of styles, colour, or underlines, and different typefaces are used in order to clearly distinguish the voice of the author according to the content. The dimensions of the book allow it to be comfortably posted to the Council.
Pavement parking notice, part of my submission to ISTD, working to the ‘Protest!’ brief. Designed to resemble a parking ticket, the notice contains information about the people most affected by pavement parking and asks drivers to reconsider their parking habits. The notices were placed on the windscreens of thirty-four offending vehicles.
Infographic (low res version) researched and designed for The Infographics Factory last summer.