Chay Reuby

Chay Reuby

Graphic DesignerBrighton, United Kingdom
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Chay Reuby

Chay Reuby

Graphic DesignerBrighton, United Kingdom
About me
Kingston graphic design graduate 2020 Hello! I’m a designer for the playful, where handheld physicality is an important stepping stone in my design outcomes. I strive for everything I do to be people-based, creating user experiences and community-based projects.
Projects
  • Cultivating Kindness
    Cultivating KindnessA small sticker series with the aim to spread positivity during lockdown.
  • Doodle Tune
    Doodle TuneHow does music shape your creativity? Doodle Tune is an ongoing illustration project exploring how music unconsciously shapes peoples creativity. I ask people on my Instagram - Doodle Tune ( instagram.com/doodle.tune ) to suggest one of their favourite albums for me to listen to while I doodle. Each piece aims to reflect what I was listening to at the time. Fill in this short survey to get involved with your own insights - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FPRGZMQ
  • Hello, Hampton!
    Hello, Hampton!Hello, Hampton! is our response to the brief Platform For Joy set by RSA’s 2020 student design awards. We were invited to think about how we could unlock joy at a train station. Our response worked with Molesey Community Centre to create stained glass windows for Hampton Court Station. The imagery shed light on hidden spots of the area which visitors could go and discover. Hello, Hampton! progressed to win the RSA student award set by Network Rail.
  • Poster_shop
    Poster_shopPoster_shop is a collection of experimental posters. Over lockdown, me and a friend learned a technique on Adobe Illustrator, swapped assets and made a poster. PROJECT STILL ONGOING - Check it out on my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chay.archive/
  • BeeSpoke
    BeeSpokeA project in collaboration with Robin Hutchinson and The Community Brain. The BeeSpoke cycling event promotes the exploration of the greener side of Tolworth and Kingston Upon Thames through cycling paths. To celebrate the bicycle form, we created custom bike games and structures. Alongside the branding for the event and a publication.
  • Hose Grown
    Hose GrownHose Grown is an upcycled firehose planter installed on top of firestation rooftop gardens, utilising damaged firehoses destined for landfill. Simon Jakeman (a London based firefighter) introduced rooftop Mindfulness Gardens to a selection of stations around London. With these stations cooking their own food they grow in these gardens, the planter allows firefighters to grow a variety of 14 herbs.
Projects credited in
  • RSA Awards Winners - Hello Hampton
    RSA Awards Winners - Hello HamptonA response to the RSA brief 'A Platform for Joy', ‘Hello Hampton!’ involves the residents of Hampton Court in a workshop-led process to co-design themed stained-glass windows to be displayed and fitted to the structures of Hampton Court Station whilst providing a unique sense of identity and joy. Local residents are given the opportunity to project their voice through colour and shape to arrive at designs for stained-glass windows which add joy to the unique environment of the station and sheds
Work history
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    Freelance Designer121 collective
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
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    Freelance DesignerShed X
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
Skills
  • Graphic Design
  • Graphic Print
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Problem Solving
  • Presentations
Education
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    First Class Honours, BA (Hons) Graphic DesignKingston School of Art
     - Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom
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    Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignGreater Brighton Metropolitan College
     - Brighton, United Kingdom
Awards
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    Student Design Awards WinnerRoyal Society of Arts
    Design award for our project 'Hello, Hampton!' in response to the brief 'How might we unlock joy for people at train stations? "‘Hello Hampton!’ involves the residents of Hampton Court in a process to co-design themed stained-glass windows to be displayed and fitted to the structures of Hampton Court Station whilst providing a unique sense of identity and joy." Check it out over on their website here: https://www.thersa.org/student-design-awards/winners/2020/hello-hampton