Hi there. I'm Laura, a graduate Graphic Designer from Nottingham Trent University, D&AD New Blood Winner 2020 and D&AD “Ones To Watch” 2020. My work varies widely from clean cut graphic design to vibrant and wacky illustrations, which are bought together through well researched elaborate narratives. Above all I like to have fun with my designs and bring and element of play and experimentation to everything I do, I often sit (and overlap) between the two worlds of graphic design and illustration. Check out my website: https://www.lauraspence.co.uk Or go to my Instagram @neveranemptyglass which shares my unfiltered design process. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org I’m always up for collaborations and commissions on something fun and challenging.
- Non-Damaging DecadenceA set of bold, graphic posters to promote the launch of a sustainable fashion platform: Non-Damaging Decadence The brand follows the Bauhaus notion; form follows function, celebrating the craft behind clothing rather than seeing them as throw away items. This is something reflected in the posters, following a typical Bauhaus grid format with shapes and text as the main centrepiece.
- The Pleasure IssueA set of illustrative visuals to promote The Pleasure Issue: a brand aiming to re-educate girls ages 17-18 about sex, pleasure and female anatomy, filling in the gaps left by poor school sex education about female pleasure. The final designs uses a sophisticated illustration style, using soft colours, highlights and shadows to add depth and detail, whilst not being too cluttered. The brand used space themed phrases and backgrounds to mirror that, like space, female pleasure remains unexplored by
- Together We ThriveAn info-graphic inspired illustrated campaign, depicting communities that have thrived through HSBC's sponsorship programmes. The illustration lies on a grid system which was influenced through HSBC's role in networking, in a digital sense and in a human sense too. One of the core values that is key at HSBC is connecting people across the globe, which I've illustrated through an intricate labyrinth grid network, where HSBC is central too.
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Projects credited in
- 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 indus54
- PlayPlay is a degree design show identity for Nottingham Trent University, encouraging people to recapture their childhood imagination through their design practice. The exhibition highlights the emphasis on ideas, curiosity, innovation and individuality that is present within the NTU Graphic Design course. Play draws on nostalgia, it’s visual identity based on shapes inspired by playground apparatus and created through a series of potato prints. The show celebrates the playful nature of children’s
- MitrataMitrata is a loyalty scheme for Dishoom combining the seven heavenly virtues with the seven islands of Bombay, to encourage customers to return to the restaurant and reward them each time they do so. The loyalty scheme celebrates how seven islands came together to form Bombay in 1685 and draws on the importance of community, friendship and togetherness present at the heart of the Dishoom brand. Every time a Mitrata member visits Dishoom, they will be given a tarot card with a deal or free gift
- Graphic Design
- Typography Design
- Print Design
- Mural Art
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