Amie Carter

Amie Carter

Multidisciplinary DesignerHigh Wycombe, United Kingdom
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Amie Carter

Amie Carter

Multidisciplinary DesignerHigh Wycombe, United Kingdom
About me
Hi! I’m Amie and I’m a graduate of BA (Hons) Visual Communication at Arts University Bournemouth. Throughout my life I’ve always found myself drawn to creative subjects and activities, leading me to complete a diploma in Art, Design and Media at Bucks New University where I discovered visual communication, which progressed on to be my degree of choice. This allowed me to explore a variety of projects from animation to brand identities, with editorial and illustration growing to be my preferred outcomes.
  • Recount Magazine
    Recount MagazineA magazine that illustrates a series of funny and interesting work stories that I accumulated over a series of entertaining interviews.
  • Why are Flamingos Pink?
    Why are Flamingos Pink?An open project in which I was required to create an outcome based on a ‘why’ question. Using ‘Why are flamingos pink?’, this project evolved into a series of illustrations formatted into a folded concertina book.
  • Conical Couture
    Conical CoutureA brand identity for an exhibition based on the work of Jean Paul Gaultier, the name ‘Conical Couture’ inspired by his famous cone-shaped bras. Outcomes include a ticket, leaflet, identity, posters, wayfinding, and promotion in a space.
  • Life and Lyrics
    Life and LyricsA magazine displaying the process of my Google & HMCT submission to D&AD. Includes research, process, critical analysis, and final outcomes.
  • Psychogeography
    PsychogeographyA psychogeographic series featuring a set of postcards and maps of London, Bournemouth, Bath and High Wycombe, illustrating a personal journey that highlights the natural and physical objects that stood out along the way.
  • High Society, Low Equality
    High Society, Low EqualityA typographically led campaign for Google & HMCT designed to raise awareness for wealth inequality through the song Doorman by Slowthai. Outcomes include a vinyl record cover, poster, t-shirt design, and animated lyric video for social media.
Projects credited in
  • Arts University of Bournemouth, Visual Communication
    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
Work history
    Penguin Random House UK logo
    Penguin Random House UK logo
    Freelance Cover DesignerPenguin Random House UK
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    I have experience designing BBC Audio covers for commercial sale on Audible, commissioned by Penguin Random House UK.
  • Illustration
  • Editorial Design
  • Branding
    Arts University Bournemouth logo
    Arts University Bournemouth logo
    Visual CommunicationArts University Bournemouth
    Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    This course set the foundations for my understanding and practice in Visual Communication. From illustration to animation to typography, this course provided me with a broad range of graphic skills that enable me to communicate visually.
    Level 4 Foundation Diploma in Art, Design, and MediaBucks New University
     - High Wycombe, United Kingdom
    This foundation course encouraged experimentation with creative thinking and hands-on projects, which ultimately led to my specialism in 2D design and visual communication.
    Penguin Random House UK logo
    Penguin Random House UK logo
    Shortlisted for the Student Design Award 2020Penguin Random House UK
    My book cover design of ‘The Night Manager’ by John Le Carre for the Fiction Cover Award was selected for the shortlist.