I am a graduate from Edinburgh Napier University's Graphic Design course. Rory_Stewart@outlook.com
- Flutter ByeFlutter Bye is an inclusive environmental project that looks to reach those who may feel left out by the structure of traditional wildlife projects. This is done by building on small, environmental steps, that are built around the situations of particular groups of people. By structuring wildlife preservation around those involved, Flutter Bye presents a variety of ways for these people to get involved. This includes specialized kits, activities, connecting projects, and structuring Flutter By
- ReactorCreated in response to the D&AD Google Fonts & HMCT brief. Reactor is a record label and climate awareness organization compiling and releasing music associated with socially aware lyrics linked to the fight for our climate. Reactor also works to promote climate events to get a as many different people involved in the fight to save our planet.
- Looking Is Not EnoughThis project explores the acceptance of technology at the price of our privacy. To communicate this, I created two pieces, the first as a light up display, visualising how apps and devices track our location at all times. The second was a cassette. I designed the cassette to show personal information about myself, to question whether we would allow this same information to be distributed around the world if it were on a physical object, rather than a digital page.
- Flying, Falling, Seeing, Dreaming (Zine Series)This project involved the creation of four small magazines titles “Flying”, “Falling”, “Seeing”, and “Dreaming”. Each zine’s theme is based on a subject that has directly inspired the zine genre. This includes: Science Fiction Punk Beat Poetry Photography (The Falling zine is missing as it was stolen)
- Positivity MagazinePOSITIVITY. A magazine project exploring uplifting news coming out of a variety of countries, to highlight the good that’s happening in the world. I looked at Cuba, a country that, in 2016, had opened up to the rest of the world, with a key moment being the Rolling Stones playing a free show in Havana, which brought in a crowd of over 500,000 people. While this subject formed the articles main story, I also explored a variety of smaller stories, ranging from new tourism clashing with old Cold-
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Projects credited in
- Edinburgh Napier University, BDes(Hons) Graphic DesignThe BDes(Hons) Graphic Design course is a multi award winning programme, which has one eye on the creative economy, and equipping students with the skills to hit the ground running in industry, and one eye on social justice, and how graphic design can be used as an agent of change. Our highly employable graduates have won nearly 70 national student design awards since 2011. We are a creatively brave community of thinkers, critics, makers and designers who make a big impact with the work we do -18
- Graphic Design
- Editorial Design