Pitch Dating & Creating is an online platform that is all about allowing emerging graphic designers to connect, collaborate and create. It gives young designers the opportunity to maintain that creative momentum of university and transition competitively into the industry.

(Source: palomavila.com)

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Tuesday, 22nd April 2014

The project reveals the image of the women of Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic. The stereotype of working women was dominant, therefore leaving the femininity and sexuality behind.

Captions in the pink section emphasize the masculinity of women occupations. Captions in the black section emphasize the idea of progress and great results which were caused by hard work.

(Source: behance.net)

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Monday, 21st April 2014
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Sunday, 20th April 2014

Packaging design for a mock tea and coffee company revolving around the idea of African patterns. Box designed to ensure the product stays sealed and fresh.

Pixelflix is a digital production and editing company, specialising in tailoring content for the online environment. A Friend of Mine created a bespoke identity visually exploring the nature of their work, which often begins with various confusing scenes out of context being rearranged and transformed into a comprehensive legible whole. The identity story always seen in a series of 3 states also references the in flux nature of the online environment in which Pixelflix specialises.

(Source: afom.com.au)

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Saturday, 19th April 2014

This was an end of year college project. I decide to create a playful yet functional game for young children and parents.

John Huizinga’s Elements of Play helped me crystalise a nice yet cohesive visual language. All pieces are handstitched by myself.

I used marino wool for the bag as it had a relevant connection to the age group, and the use of a simple plain purl stich again reflets this.

It enables children to develop their asymmetrical bialteral integration, which is movement of an object in different notions in one single gesture.

(Source: behance.net)

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Saturday, 19th April 2014

Visual branding and design for ‘Shout’ – a promotional campaign to the creative industry for the UK’s largest paper merchant.

Visual branding and design for ‘Shout’ – a promotional campaign to the creative industry for the UK’s largest paper merchant.

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Saturday, 19th April 2014

House of Radon’s LAB initiative sets aside studio time for development & experimentation, often resulting in innovative products, films, apps, etc…
Selected posters created from tweets for generative poster app.

House of Radon’s LAB initiative sets aside studio time for development & experimentation, often resulting in innovative products, films, apps, etc…

Selected posters created from tweets for generative poster app.

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Friday, 18th April 2014
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Friday, 18th April 2014

Frieze Foundation is a non-profit organisation responsible for the curated programme at Frieze Art Fair, comprising artist commissions (Frieze Projects), talks (Frieze Talks), films (Frieze Film), music (Frieze Music), and education (Frieze Education).

Kellenberger–White was commissioned to create an identity responding to the Foundation’s expanding off-site programme, which was led by their newly appointed curator Sarah McCrory. The identity is typographic and made for both print and digital environments. The design concept for the letterforms was inspired by art historian and critic Thomas Crow’s idea of ‘art pushing against the architecture that houses it’ (Contemporary Art Versus Its Envelope: Competition and Co-Evolution, Frieze Talks 2005, Saturday 22 October).

The starting point of the design was an image of blocks that could represent any flat architectural space, or even a plan of the gallery booths at Frieze Art Fair. Frieze Foundation is everything that goes on beyond and between these blocks, and pushes against it; this idea was visually translated into a bold letter pushing against its surrounding blocks.

(Source: kellenberger-white.com)

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Monday, 14th April 2014
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Sunday, 13th April 2014
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Sunday, 13th April 2014
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Saturday, 12th April 2014

We all have our favourite books – a story which has filled our heart; a cook book from which we’ve made every recipe and whose pages are stuck together with egg whites and capers (does anyone really like capers?), or a gardening book that has inspired us to transform a patch of weeds into something magical.

Mac and Ninny believe that if you love your books you should label them, and make sure you get them back (if you lend them out), by badging them with one of our beautiful bookplates.

(Source: macandninny.com)

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Friday, 11th April 2014