An unprecedented number of young people registered to vote in the 2017 UK General Election... but would they actually turn up?
We trekked around the areas of London that previously had the lowest voter turnout and covered them in posters and stickers to give people a final wake up call.
C: mcgarrybowenlondon Y: 2015
Adidas created an experiential event at Basebrixton, all about local freestyle, music and professional football. I designed the entrance area based on the manifesto of the event.
CD: Jim Bletsas Designers: Tina Westiner, Danny Tomkins Creative: Holly Fallows & Charlotte Watmough
C: MC Productions Y: 2017-2018
The Blether is a monthly talk from unique personalities. Every event's design is related to the topic of the talk. We started with the photographer Gavin Watson. The next talk was about Soul Music. And finally we've got a BBC journalist and sex educator talking.
This is a personal illustration project. Every business card is unique and handdrawn.
C: NOW London Y: 2018
For Now's client 'The New York Bakery Co, we have co-created a ‘bagel beer’ to mark the National bagel day.
It was made using New York Bakery Co.’s best-selling Original bagels, lightly toasted and chopped into pieces for brewing. We partnered with London brewery and tap room, Canopy Beer Co., to make the limited edition bottles.
CEO: Remco Graham CD: Harv Bains Creative Producer: Callum Furminger Creative & Strategy: Amelia Wood Designers: Tina Westiner & Luke McClure
Times Style Magazine
A: Grey London C: TSM Y:2014
Grey was asked to create a media pack for the Times Style Magazine. The design had to be in line with the actual magazine, but wasn‘t restricted to it. So we focused on some of the magazine's design elements, but arranged them in new combinations and constellations next to a stripped back, clean appearance.
Lou Reed Talk
C: Grey London Y: 2013
The advertising group Grey was hosting a series of events, where their global creative head speaks to interesting personalities.
In this case it was Lou Reed. Rather then using the iconic elements already connected to this person, I developed an abstract visual language derived from the labels of vinyls and from what happens when the vinyls are in movement.
This is a series about a pink mouse.
The Prince's Drawing School
A: Grey London C: TPDS Y: 2013
The Prince´s Drawing School offers a free postgraduate programme for one year, which teaches the basic elements of drawing and painting. This booklet collects together all the information a potential student needs to know. The task was to cross the border between a serious, informative appearance and something that still attracts younger people.
C: Schwalke Y: 2014
This massage studio had a limited budget. So we found a way to work around this. We created a set of icons, which were made into stamps. In this way each business card, invoice or complimentary card is unique and can be customised to the specific treatment a client has chosen.
C: Pettigrew Studio Y: 2017
Elisa is a fashion brand based in Japan. For the launch of their new collection, we designed a logo, a logomarque and a floral pattern. Our aim was to establish a classic, recognisable and considered identity.
C: Pulse London Y: 2015
Andromeda is a construction company based in Dubai. Their identity reflects the star sign, but stands also in relation to their type of business.
C: Pettigrew Studio Y:2017
Pettigrew Studio is a London based colour and material design studio and trend consultant. For their identity we created a bespoke logotype with a logomarque followed by a visual language.
C: Topcoat Management Y:2015
Topcoat is a recruitment agency for stylists and hair and make-up artists. The challenge was to create a recognisable look and feel, which is able to holding together all the different artist portfolios. So we created a clean base in combination with a strong, colourful visual language.
Diploma Thesis Y: 2008
This essay is about the movie »Playtime « by french filmmaker Jacques Tati. It tries to encode his applied system of props and design elements to draw a future scenario of Paris. It discusses the question of how different surroundings change the meaning of existing designs and decrypts his critical approach to persiflage the society. A guiding system was developed to structure the book. Different papers allow the reader a multi-layered approach to the varied perspectives of this great filmmaker.
The Koeln Concept
KISD Diploma with Julianna Csepe Y:2009
Cologne was 97% destroyed in the second world war. It is full of post war architecture and very often completely misconceived by its inhabitants. After being a so called „media and art „city, in the 80s and 90s, there is now a newer generation in Cologne, which isn‘t really able to capture or even define a new face for it‘s own city. This was reason enough to start The Köln Concept and ask the question: What is remarkable about the city of Cologne?
Taste the Stars
A: TBWA London C: Four Seasons Y: 2014
To celebrate 10 years of the Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica they launched a "under the stars dining experience". A menu that fused gastronomy and astronomy and actually had meteorite as one of the ingredients, was created. As an invitation the customers got a bespoke planisphere.