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I create head to toe brand identities to help clients creatively visualise who they are. I graduated in design from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London in 2014, and already have experience working for design studios of all sizes, as well as having my own clients on a freelance basis. I've rapidly garnered experience working for almost every sector of brands, including retail, fashion, food, transport, healthcare, education, the arts, even whiskey, (but never cigarettes, never gambling). As an advocate of Social Design, I love nothing more than making things that actually benefit the local community, and the greater good. My personal clientele include, the NHS, the European Alliance for Human Rights in North Korea, and the UAL: University of the Arts London. I'm a perfectionist, but never a control freak, passionate but also compassionate.
The City Works is a London-based brand of urban-themed gifts, stationery and accessories, aiming to capture the charming complexity of our towns & cities through detailed illustration. Our inventive collections, each named after a world city, all strive to display a refreshing perspective of our contemporary environments, in a playful yet sophisticated way. Whether it’s a souvenir for the travellers or a memento for the natives, a collectible for the curious or a gift from the generous; we’re dedicated to providing unique design that you can get lost in for hours, without getting bored.
Missouri are quintessential cool. Perched up in the top of the Tea Building in Shoreditch, I got to work on with some top brands. Hopefully not the last I see of Paul & Stu.
"Making big ideas, beautifully." During my internship at SomeOne I was lucky to have worked on the brand identity, and then the guidelines, for Govia Thameslink Rail. Which I'm sure many Londoner's notice as they commute around. http://www.thameslinkrailway.com/
Collaborative project with Sylvia Moritz entitled 'Prepare to Be Amazing', encapsulating the vast array of the V&A's textures and patterns into one maze design. http://www.dandad.org/awards/new-blood/2013/graphic-design/2255/samuel-hart-rowan-ottesen-sylvia-moritz-oliver-collins/