Latin is an unpopular language to learn, however it is at the root of most European languages and learning it can dramatically improve a persons language skills. I decided to celebrate this fact and show the drip down effect Latin has had on language. On the vertical axis are all of the languages which come from Latin on a gradient to show which are the most widely used today. Treated as double page spread in a book, click to enlarge.
I recently saw this at The Art of Lost Words Exhibition at the German Gymnasium in London. Based on the lost word diloricate, meaning to rip open a sewn piece of clothing, a really lively illustration by Jess Wilson.
We designed a pattern for a typeface for fashion and textiles designers to use. Designed as a code, only pattern makers can decipher what goes where and create the typeface by sewing the pieces together.
An ambient Advertising campaign using products that give us extra comfort (baby bath support/ cup holder) with facts on about what the NHS do, highlighting how comfortable we are all because the NHS take care of us.
An observation in to the cosmetic industry, products and routines are followed religiously. We created an extensive range of products with long instructions aiming to convince you to believe. You will have faith in the product.
Collaboration with Bex Reynolds, Josh Hight and Saman Sohail.