Guy Grimshaw

Guy Grimshaw

Graphic DesignUnited Kingdom
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Guy Grimshaw

Guy Grimshaw

Graphic DesignUnited Kingdom
About me
An experienced and versatile designer.
  • Commonplace
    CommonplaceCommonplace is a modern community organisation in Manchester that hosts events such as workshops, talks, and shows, all from a double-decker bus… At Human After All, I designed the visual identity along with a brand guide, and was then fortunate enough to apply the branding to the bus exterior.
  • Asset Resolution
    Asset ResolutionAsset Resolution, an off-shoot of the 2º Investment Initiative, uses big (climate) data for financial analysis. This allows NGOs and research institutes to take action, which brings us one step closer to a cleaner environment. At Multitude, I designed the visual identity and compact website to launch the brand, playing on the precision of data and the ever-changing nature of it.
  • Spaces: 10 Year Anniversary Website
    Spaces: 10 Year Anniversary WebsiteMultitude was asked to design a publication to mark the 10th Birthday of Spaces, a global co-working movement. Following this, I designed a campaign website with newly commissioned illustrations and over 25 animations. It combined content from the publication with new elements and an interactive quiz, that gave users the chance to win a global membership. Illustration by Maaike Besseling.
  • Facebook: Cityscapes
    Facebook: CityscapesFacebook approached Human After All to create a series of illustrations for eight major cities, to be used across events. I created each illustration on a grid, keeping a central focal point for consistency. The illustrations are made up of a mix of recognisable and cultural landmarks.
  • Genova
    GenovaDisruptive technology with social impact, Genova is revolutionising cancer diagnostics through data mining methods. At Multitude, we developed the visual identity and applied it across marketing, environmental, event and digital.
  • Badlands 777 Magazine
    Badlands 777 Magazine‘The Sisterhood Issue’ is the debut edition of Badlands 777 magazine. 178 pages of content celebrate women in fashion, photography and the arts through photoshoots and editorials. The magazine was sold throughout Europe in respected retailers such as Antenne Books, Artswords, Foyles and Goodhood.
  • Branding
  • Print Design
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Digital Design
    BA (Hons) Graphic DesignNottingham Trent Univeristy
     - Nottingham, United Kingdom