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Ellie Lanham — is a Graphic Designer specialising in type and print. Her work has been recognised in various capacities by institutions such as ISTD and RSA. She graduated with First Class Honours in Graphic Design (2015) and has previously worked with Studio AH-HA and is currently based in London at the Royal Society of Art. She is a strong believer in the power of design; with this philosophy she works across cultural, institutional, industrial, collaborative and personal projects. Her creative practice aims to investigate, explore, collect and collaborate to discover new concepts accumulating in design-led visual research. Ellie is particularly interested in working on projects with social and community impact. Her work covers, print making, identity, research, residencies and workshops. She is interested in design thinking and process, education, social progression and equality.
As an intern at the Royal Society of Art I work mainly as a designer and writer. I am responsible for researching external events and media opportunities and supporting with planning, promoting and managing the 2016/17 launch and tutor briefings. I am also responsible for designing and art directing all communications assets for the 2016/17 RSA Student Design Awards programme.
As a Graphic Design Intern I contributed to a variety of work: from brand strategy to interior design, naming and identity work, advertising, new media, traditional and fine print, retail and product design, photography and illustration.
As the in-house Graphic Designer for the CUC I contributed to a range of communication design from typesetting newsletters to creating web-banners and print content. The project began as a company re-brand which included logo, letterheads, compliment slips, Powerpoint template and business cards and led on to redesigning and typesetting the CUC ‘Code of Governance’ 2015, a digital and print document outlining the guidelines of University practise nationwide. In addition to this I designed and typeset Illustrative Practice Notes (monthly updates to accompany the Code of Governance).
Graphic design, in its many forms, makes an increasingly powerful contribution to the cultural and economic life of contemporary society. It exists in the public domain, is an indicator of current cultural thinking and is a catalyst for social, cultural and political change. Our BA(Hons) Graphic Design explores the changing concept of graphic design and the role of the graphic designer in society and the professional world; designer as curator, author, craftsperson, editor, educator, collaborator and agitator. - UWE, Bristol How is society controlled and what are the alternatives? During my 3rd and final year at university this is the question I asked myself. My project focused around questioning social control and the impacts of this phenomenon on both society as a whole and the individual. I used a pragmatic approach to research utilising all available resources which led me to participating in a 1 month design residency in Fristaden Christiania in Copenhagen, the largest anarchical commune in Europe. This culmination of both primary and secondary research led me to creating a range of design outcomes from signage to websites and exhibitions.