Andrey Rodrigues

Andrey Rodrigues

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Andrey Rodrigues

Andrey Rodrigues

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  • IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR NEW DESIGNERS 2021
    IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR NEW DESIGNERS 2021Full of disruptive thinking, ambitious ideas and fresh design approaches, ND 21 is back in an alternative digital format.
  • Talk for Harmony
    Talk for HarmonyWorking with Zinc Network, we created a campaign on behalf of UNDP for Afghanistan during the midst of a global pandemic and ongoing security challenges. The message is simple: if you could see yourself on the precipice of violence, you would feel ashamed and would choose a different course of action. Crucially, local GBV support services – confidential and available from within the home – are highlighted for victims or potential victims. To start a conversation, bringing GBV into the light
  • Like Literally Lucy
    Like Literally LucyI've created a series of illustrations and short animations exploring subjects including mindfulness, the universe, spirituality, and mental health. I began this project at the beginning of the 2nd lockdown in the UK to help people through these challenging times with messages of hope, curiosity, and joy. Go to instagram.com/likeliterallylucy to see more.
  • Kay, in Wimbledon
    Kay, in WimbledonStudio shoot with Kay, shot on Cinestill 800T Ph assist: Zelie Lockhart Studio: PS Spaces (Wimbledon) Film lab: Labyrinth Photographic
  • Too Many Man: Women of Grime (V2)
    Too Many Man: Women of Grime (V2)Too Many Man: Women of Grime documents women involved in the UK grime scene, showcasing those behind the scenes and behind the mic. Since the beginning, grime has been a hugely male dominated scene, with women often being much less visible than their male counterparts. Too Many Man seeks to ask why and gives the women of grime a platform to share their thoughts and experiences. First published in 2019 as a limited run of 100 copies, this second edition includes new features, as well as portraits
  • Rebranding RNID
    Rebranding RNIDFounded in 1911, for the last century the Royal National Institute for Deaf People’s mission has been to make life inclusive for deaf people and those with hearing loss, whether through pioneering new treatments for tinnitus or promoting access to sign language. The charity, which has been known as Action on Hearing Loss since 2011, decided to rebrand and rethink its mission in a bid to reach a wider community of people. To mark the new chapter, the charity returned to its original name of RNI
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