Ali Gray

Ali Gray

Mid-weight CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
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Ali Gray

Ali Gray

Mid-weight CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Creative/ Designer specialising in ideation, curation, and out of the box design that should always have a purpose (even if it's just for a laugh)
Projects
  • 2020 VISION
    2020 VISIONA self published curated publication featuring international artists, writers, poets and podcasters documenting the revolutionary, hectic year that was 2020. 100% profits to Black Minds Matter.
  • BLM Face Masks
    BLM Face MasksAll proceeds donated to BLM related charities. Handmade by myself, with re-usable washable filters inside, and an adjustable nose strip & ties that go around your whole head so as not to irritate the ears. https://www.aligraycreates.com/face-masks
  • Freeda IGS Series: Wallpapers
    Freeda IGS Series: WallpapersWeekly Instagram Story for Freeda, comprised of colourful often beautifully tacky collages created to be screen-shotted. Here are some personal favs...
  • The Lazy Collective Vol. 1
    The Lazy Collective Vol. 1Collaborative publication showcasing underground culture. The publication featured interviews with rappers from London to Leeds as well as streetwear from the Lazy Gear Aloe Vera range. The Lazy Collective is an extension of the Lazy Gear brand, bringing together different artists and influences.
  • Lazy Gear: Aloe Vera Range
    Lazy Gear: Aloe Vera RangeUnisex streetwear, hand printed using silk screens. The Aloe Vera range utilises the juxtaposition of the harsh edge of streetwear with emotional vulnerability. Percentage of proceeds to go to CALM mental health charity. www.lazygear.co.uk
  • Lazy Gear: Aloe Vera line
    Lazy Gear: Aloe Vera lineHEALING PROPERTIES This new line featured in The Lazy Collective publication vol 1 focuses on the juxtaposition between the harsh edge of streetwear and mental growth. Through tragic events I decided to channel my energy into a new line of hoodies and long sleeve T-shirts that promoted emotional vulnerability, specifically targeted towards young men which make up the majority of Lazy Gear's consumers. A percentage of proceeds will go towards CALM mental health charity. Photography Isaac Law
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Work history
    That Lot logo
    That Lot logo
    CreativeThat Lot
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Freeda logo
    Freeda logo
    Associate CreativeFreeda
    Old St, Hoxton, London, UKFull Time
Skills
  • Animation
  • Illustration
  • Motion Graphics
  • Fashion Brand
  • Silkscreen Printing
  • Editorial Design
  • Video Editing
  • Art Directing
  • Prop Making
  • Calligraphy
Education
    Leeds Arts University logo
    Leeds Arts University logo
    (BA hons) Graphic DesignLeeds Arts University
     - Leeds, United Kingdom