Toby Porter

Toby Porter

WriterLondon, United Kingdom
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Toby Porter

Toby Porter

WriterLondon, United Kingdom
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  • We Are Lambeth
    We Are LambethGrowing up in the borough of Lambeth, we are proud to release this collaborative project. A thriving culture, business, and community come together as Lambeth's high streets begin to re-open. #lambeth #culture #community Check out www.wearepixelpoint.co.uk
  • Shop Local, Shop Safe - Lambeth Council Covid19 Campaign
    Shop Local, Shop Safe - Lambeth Council Covid19 CampaignShop Safe, Shop Local is a campaign launched this Summer by the Lambeth Council to support all the high streets and town centres present across its territory, whose business have been affected by the Covid19 restrictions.
  • Southwark Council x London College of Communication, UAL – encouraging local cycle use
    Southwark Council x London College of Communication, UAL – encouraging local cycle useGraduates from PGCert/PGDip Design for Visual Communication created an installation for Southwark Council to encourage local people to use the Santander Cycle Hire docking station on Harper Road, Elephant and Castle.
  • Walk Elephant
    Walk ElephantThis was a collaborative client brief that was set by Southwark council. They wanted us to create a graphic identity that they could use to brand their Walk Elephant Scheme. This scheme was a collection of routes, in Elephant and Castle area that offered the public a alternative, more aesthetic commuting routes away from the polluted more busy main road.
  • London Borough of Lambeth
    London Borough of LambethJoining forces with a private developer, the London Borough of Lambeth is in the process of completing a major regeneration scheme in the heart of Lambeth. The scheme includes building 194 hew homes, new landscaped public areas, a New Civic Centre and the refurbishment of the existing Grade II Listed Town Hall building. We have been working alongside our sister company, Cartwright Pickard, to provide workplace consultancy services, ensuring the council successfully adapt to their new and refurbi
  • Peckham Palms
    Peckham PalmsPeckham Palms is home to new Afro hair & beauty salon in South East London. Due to the development of Peckham Rye Station, the business' were forced to move from Blenheim Grove, outside the station, to a new location. Something & Son were commissioned by Southwark Council to design and build a new, purpose built space to facilitate the needs of the business' and transition the move. Whilst working with Something & Son, I was responsible for working with the women from the salons to allow them
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