Tom Myers is an award-winning graphic designer with over ten years' experience helping to launch and relaunch brands. His work has been featured in Creative Review, Brand New and Design Week, and has won various awards including Gold at last year's Transform awards for his work on London 2017 Athletics. He lives in South East London.
- IAAF World Championships London 2017Creating a big voice for the IAAF World Athletics Championships — inspiring the next generation of athletes by celebrating today’s. A large-scale project, the identity was inspired by athletes’ motion trails and supported by the line ‘See the Best, Be the Next’. The vivid identity became the most Instagrammed event ever at the Olympic Park, and holds the Guinness world record for ticket sales to a non-Olympic athletic event.
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- Making change Pay for PayUKSomeOne has created the new name and brand identity for Pay.UK, formerly known as the New Payment System Operator (NPSO). In 2017 the New Payment System Operator was formed to create the UK’s leading retail payments authority, delivering best in class infrastructure and standards for the benefit of people everywhere. Every day, individuals and businesses use their services to get their salaries, pay their bills and make online and mobile banking payments. They move more than £6.7 trillion every
- KX QuarterlyA quarterly newspaper housing local happenings & events in King's Cross SomeOne has been working alongside Argent, local residents, retailers & restaurateurs to help better connect King's Cross, transforming it from being purely a station location to one that is vibrant & creative. Off the back of their new brand identity, we won the opportunity to create & launch the areas first local newspaper. With so many facets, King’s Cross is a place with a thousand stories; with a diverse programme of ev
- The Lovely ClinicSomeOne won the opportunity to become the lead brand partner and break out of the sector norms for leading doctor, Sarah Tonks — for her new brand ‘The Lovely Clinic’. SomeOne’s Strategic review revealed that transformative approaches to our appearances, while seen as desirable — are underpinned by a deep worry that by changing the surface aesthetic you may mask or alter the personality of the person beneath. This inspired an unconventional strategic approach for the new endeavour.
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- Motion Graphics
- Adobe After Effects
- Cinema 4D
- Creative Direction
- Art Direction
- Graphic Design
- Editorial Design