Tammy Johal

Tammy Johal

Brand DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Tammy Johal

Tammy Johal

Brand DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a conceptual designer & art director that believes in using design for good. I love to think big and craft ideas that challenge perceptions through design, taking challenging briefs from ideation to creation.
Projects
  • Immigration Town
    Immigration TownSlough was recently dubbed 'Immigration Town' by the BBC and is commonly misrepresented. There are over 150 languages spoken in Slough, with many seeing the rising rates of immigration as it losing its identity, we feel this is what gives it it's identity. With Slough being a town built along the M4 we used the typeface Transport and combined it with Google's and Monotype's Noto typeface to incorporate the different languages. We created a colourful identity showcasing the spectrum of languages
  • We Are One
    We Are OneWe Are One is a thought provoking campaign that highlights the contrast of our lives in the UK with refugees across the world that have fled war, violence and persecution. Through comparing our lives together to show the similarities and differences, we also see that underneath nationality, culture, race, religion that we are one. This project is grounded in primary research relating to the ‘Jungle’ in Calais, where I met incredible, courageous and brave refugees who face stark living conditi
  • Don't Conceal Abuse
    Don't Conceal AbuseThe campaign is predominantly targeted at women in domestic abuse relationships to encourage viewers to seek help if they are a victim of domestic abuse or raise awareness for the general public. The campaign features makeup products that I have vinyl printed phrases onto such as ‘Don’t conceal abuse'.
  • Kinky Fruit
    Kinky FruitKinky Fruit is a playful, quirky solution to reduce food waste. It re-purposes UK-grown fruit and vegetables and supports local farmers by using their oddly shaped fruit produce that would have otherwise been thrown away. I created a unique jam range that I 3D printed and celebrates wonky and twisted shaped produce that looks imperfect but tastes just as good.
  • Get Out Of My Knickers
    Get Out Of My KnickersGet out of my knickers is social campaign and movement for choice and change across the world. We aim to promote a woman’s right to safe, free and legal abortion based upon her own personal choice. The print and social campaign consist of posters, a website, social media presence through user generated content. Supporters can get involved by photographing themselves using the Snapchat filter and share via social media to show their support and solidarity for women globally by using the hashtag #getoutofmyknickers.
  • No Label
    No LabelNo Label is a mass-market beauty brand that challenges gender stereotypes and it’s colourful identity highlights that what matters on the inside counts. Every bottle is unique as the ever changing colourful pattern in the liquid creates beautiful aesthetic products. The products feature minimal branding that distinguishes each products purpose such as ‘for your hair’ and ‘for your body’ as we wanted to appeal to all genders and create easily distinguishable products. A collaborative project with Kieran James http://idonothaveawebsite.co.uk/
Projects credited in
  • Stoosh
    StooshIdea Ensure BAME women feel included, respected and accepted in today’s British society by creating a unique Instagram platform that boosts their representation on social media and pushes messages of female empowerment and sisterhood. The #InOurSkin strand focused more specifically on body image.
  • no label.
    no label.'no label.' is a mass-market beauty brand that challenges gender stereotypes and it’s colourful identity highlights that what matters on the inside counts. Every bottle is unique as the ever changing colourful pattern in the liquid creates beautiful aesthetic products. The products feature minimal branding that distinguishes each products purpose such as ‘for your hair’ and ‘for your body’ as we wanted to appeal to all genders and create easily distinguishable products. A collaborative project
  • Big Bang Competition
    Big Bang CompetitionOur response to the brief to create a brand and advertise an IFO is Dodge-A-Rang. A foam Boomerang that mixes dodgeball and boomerangs.
Work history
    Breakthrough Media logo
    Breakthrough Media logo
    Mid-weight Graphic DesignerBreakthrough Media
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Breakthrough Media logo
    Breakthrough Media logo
    Junior Designer Breakthrough Media
    London, United KingdomFull Time
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Skills
  • Print Design
  • Websites
  • Typography
  • Brand Design
  • Design
  • Logo Design
  • After Effects
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Poster Design
  • Muse
  • Ethical Design
  • Campaign Advertising
Education
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    BA(Hons) Graphic DesignARTS UNIVERSITY AT BOURNEMOUTH (AUB)
     - Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Awards
    D&AD logo
    D&AD logo
    New Blood Wood PencilD&AD