Elizabeth Haynes

Elizabeth Haynes

Graphic DesignerNottingham, United Kingdom
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Elizabeth Haynes

Elizabeth Haynes

Graphic DesignerNottingham, United Kingdom
About me
I am a Nottingham based 2020 Graphic Design graduate looking to kick start a career in the creative industry. Whether it's packaging, illustration, or embroidery (#covidcraft) learning new skills and experimenting is what keeps me excited to continue developing my creative practice! Email: elh.haynes@gmail.com Instagram: @el.haynes
Projects
  • Essential Embroidery
    Essential EmbroideryEssential Embroidery is a self-initiated brief to produce a series of work that provides insight into the Covid-19 pandemic for future generations, in order to aid understanding and reflection upon some of the absurdities experienced during this period. The work has been created using embroidery, a luxurious historic medium, in order to both highlight the current resurgence of craft and its significance in improving mental well-being, and the strange increase in value of objects deemed ‘esse
  • What Do You See?  - A Visualisation of Mental Health in the Creative Sector
    What Do You See? - A Visualisation of Mental Health in the Creative SectorWhat Do You See is a self initiated brief aiming to encourage creative individuals to take charge of their right to a healthy mental well-being and to speak out against taboo. It was inspired by creative initiative Never Not Creative and Ulster University’s Changing Arts and Minds Survey, using the visualisation of those affected bring attention to shocking mental health statistics. Originally designed to be displayed at the Nottingham Trent University's BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree show, f
  • "Grandpa Goes Hippity Hop!"
    "Grandpa Goes Hippity Hop!"Shortlisted commission by The Institute for Nursing and Midwifery Care and Excellence. Set out by The Institute for Nursing and Midwifery Care and Excellence, this brief was to create a children’s book which aims to improve and change the public’s perception of nurses in the UK today, across generations. In order to achieve this, I chose to use a playful and bright anthropomorphic approach to illustration. This helps to enforce nursing as a gender neutral profession through the elimination of o
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Projects credited in
  • Nottingham Trent University, BA (Hons) Graphic Design
    Nottingham Trent University, BA (Hons) Graphic DesignThe Graphic Design course at NTU promotes multidisciplinary, variety, diversity and experimentation. The course benefits from a broad-based curriculum that allows students to explore and experience the full range of disciplines within the subject of graphic design with a focus on ideas, individuality and professionalism. We are committed to supporting a lively studio environment with a collaborative approach to learning, and a valuable sense of community. The course has strong links with indus
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    BA (Hons) Graphic DesignNottingham Trent University
     - Nottingham, United Kingdom