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William Lintern

Graphic DesignLondon, United Kingdom
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William Lintern

Graphic DesignLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Multidisciplinary designer, London
  • Plastic Oceans - Polynesian ParadiseI created a range of posters named "Polynesian Paradise" which illustrates the ever growing problems of ocean plastics through a comical 'budget holiday' aesthetic. The idea highlights the island of plastic that is created through ocean currents in the Pacific ocean. Although the posters act as a comical reference to the problem, it sparks conversation towards a problem that commonly goes unnoticed or even unheard of.
  • Vibrating Fields Of EnergyDesign and Self Directed Interview with Somerset Dowser Antony Kennish, 24 Pages 210 x 280mm
  • Alice Florence & The Vines’ Debut AlbumArt Direction & Custom Type Design for Folk Band Alice Florence & The Vines’ Debut Album.
  • ARCHETYPE- Design of Typeface and Acrylic Stencil allowing for variations of Archetype Letter-Forms to be traced by hand In 300Pt. 400mm 14-sided polygon. Resultant Typeface and Modular Alternatives showcased in a 60 Page Type-Specimen. 105 x 210mm A variable typeface and stencil utilising combinations of unfamiliar materials and uninfluenced, primitive typography. Archetype is the result of rigorous analysis into personal construction patterns; forming interchangeable components that factor in inadverte
  • WAES HAEL, DRINK HAEL- Design and Self-Directed Photography exploring a Traditional Wassail Ceremony, Series of 26-Page Handmade Hardbacks, 135 x 215mm. A visually led discussion with Anthony Kennish around his discoveries in and around Glastonbury.
  • La Convivencia- Design and Art Direction for Fashion Graduate, Matthew Haynes’, Lookbook showcasing his Final Collection. 48 Pages, 235 x 350mm Silk Hardback
Projects credited in
  • Amnesty InternationalWe were tasked with creating something socially engaging to create awareness for the refugee crisis. In a group of students, we designed and build this stand for throwing hoops onto these sticks – purposely making it quite difficult – with only about 2% of the throws being successful. The rings were to represent a life ring float, used to save people from drowning. The difficulty of it represented the difficulty of being a refugee and that a even lower percentage of them actually make it acro
Work history
    Digital DesignerDover Street Market
     - London, United KingdomInternship
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Abobe Illustrator
  • Digital Design
  • Editoral Design
  • Illustration