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Abbie Hopper

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Abbie Hopper

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Hey I’m Abbie! A recent Visual Communication graduate from AUB looking to jump into the industry :) I’m a multidisciplinary designer that enjoys working across graphic design, editorial, illustration and branding. Always keen to collaborate & learn more
  • Around The CornerAround The Corner focuses on encouraging appreciation of corner shops, aiming to highlight their value to both local communities & to British Culture. The book consists of a series of photographs from various corner shops in Bournemouth, a collection of responses from customers explain the reasons why people shop in their local corner shop, what they buy & the memories they have associated to them. Interviews with the owners of the shops featured, also provide an insight into their daily lives
  • Bad HabitsA card game to spark conversation about climate change. (Creative Conscience 2020 submission) Everyone has habits that they’re not proud about, however when it comes to habits that impact climate change, we need to start talking and doing something about them. This card game is a light hearted way of addressing these habits, and to encourage small changes that can create a more sustainable attitude to the way we consume resources. It encourages people to think about their habits and to consi
  • You Are Thriving x Maison De ChoupT-Shirt design for Maison De Choup to raise money for local NHS Charities during Covid-19. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the t-shirts are donated to local NHS Charities. The idea of a simple, but cute and impactful motif on a T-shirt portrays many things, positivity, encouragement and hope in a way that is relatable to everyone. In addition to the T-shirt design, I also designed the label & a thank-you card that will be sent with every order.
  • SHIFTBrand identity for a London based bike share scheme utilising brand sponsorship to tackle air pollution, highlighting cycling as a viable alternative to other transport options. The scheme will educate people on air pollution, showing them their own individual impact made by cycling over other options. The main graphic element is made up of a series of abstract marks representing London's cycle route network. This was created in mind with the app so that as users create new routes, they will b
  • Distinctly ParrA conceptual exhibition identity and collateral for UK photographer Martin Parr.
  • Re-OwnedRe-owned is a project that explores pre-owned fashion as an alternative to fast fashion. The throw away nature of fast fashion can be linked to the culture of short lived trends, meaning that fashion now becomes outdated quicker than ever before. Pre-owned clothing can offer an array of different styles, it can be an escape from the uniformity of fast fashion trends and a more responsible way to enjoy fashion. During this project, a survey was created to develop an insight into the attitudes
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Projects credited in
  • Arts University of Bournemouth, Visual CommunicationVisual Communication’s vision explores and examines the importance of visual communication in relation to culture and society, whilst championing the significance of an interdisciplinary approach. The course is interested in interdisciplinary processes of developing ideas and communicating through visual language. Visual communication is a continuum and seamless spectrum of creative activity, from conceptual practice to mainstream design. Visual Communication produces graduates who are able t
  • D&AD / HSBC - Together we ThriveSubmission for the HSBC brief 2020. Creating a journey for airport users using the metaphor of birds; taking many flights around the world and journeying in flocks. There is a sense of togetherness in our illustration as we aimed to use the important pillars and places of HSBC and incorporate the birds. The different landmarks featured in the illustrations are places where one of the five pillars is highlighted - for example the Bosphorus Bridge, Turkey connects Europe to Asia and symbolises
  • BacardioThe D&AD Newblood brief set by Bacardi asked, how would you celebrate and inspire others to #DoWhatMovesYou? Bacardio is a combination of dance and exercise; an experimental activation designed to allow people to feel free and let loose. This would be executed through dance sessions, with Caribbean music and teaching traditional Cuban dance moves. Bacardio would travel around the UK visiting universities before they break up for summer and would later appear at some of the UK’s biggest festival
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Work history
    Graphic DesignerDigital CLR
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Social media content creation to connect with & attract readers, working within & helping to develop brand guidelines
    Work experienceStudio Tangerine
     - Guildford, United KingdomInternship
    2 weeks work experience at Studio Tangerine, getting an insight into studio life; attending team meetings, planning & splitting the workload etc. Gained more proficiency of Sketch and website / mobile wireframe design
  • Visual Communication
  • Editorial Design
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Abobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Typography
  • Branding Identity
  • Book Binding
  • Print Design
    BA (Hons) Visual CommunicationArts University Bournemouth
     - Bournemouth, United Kingdom