In 2014 I helped the early organisation with identity and print design for their first edition. Since then I have continued to assist the co-op release a bi-monthly print edition and collaborate with a wide range of writers, illustrators, designers and photographers.
Branding, print design, editorial illustration, design co-ordination and infographic design
Spaces of Dissent
Project for Coexist, creating graphic materials for a series of workshops exploring alternative forms of organising among Bristol groups, culminating in a group exhibition at Hamilton House
Identity, illustration and print design
BrIstol Radical Film Festival
Branding and Programme Design for Bristol Radical Film Festival
Off The Record
Working alongside The Bristol Cable and ForMed films, we held a series of workshops with participants at mental health charity Off The Record. Participants were encouraged to talk, write and draw in abstract terms about their experiences, and illustrations were then made to relate to soundbites from their testimonies.
Animation assets for The Bristol Cable’s membership campaign. Collaboration with animator Chris Bowles
Lets Get Together
A community networking project for centres in Bristol's St Pauls and St Werburghs areas. Organisations were offered free promotional space in a run of 100 Risograph programmes highlighting under used facilities on offer to the community
Hip Hop Manager '95
Card game design based on golden era Hip Hop
Players assume the role of managers for rival record labels and compete to sign rappers, DJs and producers. The first to release a single, followed by an album wins the game, but along the way will be challenged to rap battles in a 'top trumps' style to break up their hand.
Event cards act as random influences throughout play, the game is fun, competitive and was a big hit with hip hop fans Scroobius Pip and Romesh Ranganathan on the Distraction Pieces end of year Podcast
"Holy f*ckin sh*t bruv. This is sick mate" - Romesh Ranganathan