The next graduate up as part of Outset 2020 is Holly (hollymoxham.co.uk). Holly's work stood out to us through it's playful style but also her user-centric approach to visual communication. Her work often tackles societal problems and strives to find solutions to these issues through viewer input and collaboration, often in a playful and thought-provoking way. She's also a founder of 34minus1, a magazine showcasing creative projects made possible through a united Europe.
Several weeks ago we closed applications for Outset, our remote mentoring scheme. Initially intending to pick three graduates, the volume and quality of applications far outweighed our expectations, and so we ended up selecting ten recent graduates.⠀
Over the next few weeks we'll be showcasing their work across our socials, starting with Elliot (elliottelder.co.uk).⠀⠀
Elliot's work explores many experimental themes across print, digital, photography and interaction, often pushing the boundaries and expectations of what graphic design really is. We loved his use of making, physical computing and experimentation across his multidisciplinary portfolio.
TILTED is a collective formed by three DJs – Simao, Paper Plane, His.Creator. The collective was founded to deliver holistic techno experiences, but has shifted focus and now works to support those within the industry, at all levels, by producing events which work to promote all of TILTED's peers.
More to see soon!
We've been working hard an exciting new project with Nottingham Trent University's School of Art & Design. More to come on this project very soon!
This week we're launching Outset, a remote mentoring scheme to help students navigate the industry in the current pandemic. Applications are open to all final year graphic design and communication students, and the deadline is the 5th June 2020. You can find all the details here.
A little work in progress shot, of a small project with our client and friend Gareth Devonald Smith. Gareth is a artist, sculptor and designer based in Brixton Hill, London. He works with metal and other materials to create bespoke sculpture and lighting installations around the world. We've been working on a reimagining of his brand and portfolio website to showcase his work.
We've updated the Lab with some experimental and unused development work from the last few weeks. You can see the Lab here.
To the start the new decade It's Nice That have featured our book, the Memeing of Life in their January roundup. You can see the feature here.