Flyer + poster for CamdenEsence Material Journeys exhibition by BA Textiles students at Central Saint Martins.
Packaging for Timeless, a fictional brand designed to engage the public with issues around egg freezing and fertility. Project initiated, curated and designed by The Liminal Space. With the Wellcome Trust + LSE. Photography by Angus Mills.
↑ Material Futures
2016 + 2017 + 2018
Final show catalogues for MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins.
↑ My Body My Life
Identity for My Body My Life, an installation designed to challenge abortion stigma by sharing women's stories. Project initiated, curated and designed by The Liminal Space. With the University of Oxford and Open University.
↑ Form + Motion
Identity, catalogue and exhibition graphics for Form + Motion at the Cheongju Craft Biennale. Exhibition curated and designed by Faculty. Programme Partners: The Crafts Council and British Council.
↑ Suffrage Champions
Suffrage Champions identity and banner design for Women in the Humanities at the University of Oxford, celebrating the women's suffrage movement at Oxford’s Bodleian Library.
↑ Urban Fabric
Identity for Urban Fabric, a research area based at Central Saint Martins as part of the Textile Futures Research Centre.
↑ New European Identities
Workshop exploring our sense of European identity following the UK's vote to leave the EU. Collaboration with Cecilia Wee, hosted by AND Publishing.
↑ Austerity → Prosperity
This line of austerity lifestyle products is inspired by the @Conservatives twitter feed in the lead up and aftermath of the 2015 General Election #GE2015. Each of the nine products is based on the rhetoric of the week, offering you a limited edition record of the shifting narrative. Find out more about the project here.
↑ Migrant Species
migrantspecies.com allows users to generate and download their own personal migration poster. These posters form a collection, building a more complex picture of identity and humanising the conversation about migration. A collaboration with Hettie O'Brien, Aoife Breen and Michael Pecirno.