A new bookRoom press publication (Sept. 2016) edited and introduced by Emmanuelle Waeckerlé, designed by Mason Terrill.
The fruit of a collaboration with artist/activist/creator of the Working Press archive Stefan Szczelkun and keeper archivist Rebekah Taylor.
Rise with your class not from it represents a lasting trace of and a vehicle for the Working Press project whose archive is now housed in UCA library special collections in Farnham. It highlights some important works by working-class artists while providing a valuable resource for anybody interested in working with archive material.
Working Press is a collective publishing imprint, which had the subtitle books by and about Working Class Artists, 1986-1996. Working Press includes the first computer generated comic (Harwood), the first book by Micheline Mason (disability and inclusion artist), and the first book about Greenham Common Yellowgate (Beth Junor).
ISBN 9780957682870 – 82 pages, 20.5x13cms
A series of online campaigns designed for We Are Europe in their attempts to keep Britain in the European Union. The following shows one section of this campaign that was released close to voting as a final smear to try and help people understand what they were
An all going project working with the company Discover Film who are aiming to redefine the meaning of ‘film’ from — feature length to short. This is how they were initially created to be viewed and it’s only through competition between the newly invented television and the cinema that these changes occurred.
The Discover Film Reel mark takes us back to a time where films were created correctly, short.
Working freelance I created a full rebrand which included — logo, website, social media, printed material & of course a brand guidelines.
A project that aims to turn the polished perception of the conservative aesthetic on it’s head. Questioning it’s consensus ideals with ironic folk art. Alongside this the project aims to pick apart political rhetoric which when set in the new less believable aeshetic becomes less serious.
Branding and website created freelance for the social enterprise Causarma. Their aim is to connect disadvantaged children with Causarma supported charities. In order to achieve this they provide the charities with the three keys to success — scale, reach & impact. Hence the use of a connected triangle as their mark.
Working in a small design team for our degree show that aimed to bring our version of studio culture to a final exhibition. My role included designing and developing the website, working on the branding, way-finding, curation and other general organising and design work.
On going way-finding project working with the visually impaired & blind residents of Swail House to on one hand create a clear/concise map of the local area for the visually impaired and on the other create a tactile map of the local area for the blind. This map was designed to appear in-house and at the local shopping centre.
Response to the brief set by the International Society of Typographic Designers exploring the Nobel Prize. The aim of the project was to loosely cover the Nobel Prize in it’s entirety. This included a poster & publication which cataloged the laureates & looked at the wide variety of political & social contexts that these prizes have been achieved in.
The production of the book was all done on a low budget in-house. The A1 poster was printed with 6 pt text on bible paper to wrap around. The cover was debossed using a custom magnesium punch and the whole book was coptic stitched together on a variety of stocks ranging from rubber, light, coated & uncoated.
Typesetting, screen-printing & cheaply producing the 'Accelerate Manifesto'. Manifesto written by Alex Williams & Nick Srenicek. The manifesto aims to create a future beyond Neoliberalism that empowers the workforce through the positive use of automation and the introduction of a universal basic income.
Working collaboratively with Perry Harding, Jamie Bitmead & James Etherington, we set upon a project to catalogue something big, really big. That something turned out to be the information leak from the marital affairs website 'AshleyMadison.com', which had a database of more then 30 million users.
The sheer size of the amount of data we had to handle really helped to dictate the form which our project began to take. We took the text files (over 9gb!) and began to lay it out on A0 paper in 2pt type, about the smallest the naked human eye can read. In order to set aside any moral implication, we decided to use only the biography information, this is the small amount of text the users wrote to describe themselves, without giving away any identifying information.
In total we printed about 40-50 sheets, which equated to just under 5% of the total information for the site biographies. The exhibition will hopefully be coming soon.
Leaflet & website aimed at helping Syrian refugees with which country in European would best aid their needs. Typeset in Kurdish Arabic to best suite this demographic, the leaflet & website contains a labeled map to show countries which then links with the information section containing content like hate-crime statistics, welfare access & accepted citizenship application statistics.
A group of 6 designers were entrusted with the task of designing, printing, art directing & curating an end of year exhibition & publication that included every student from year 2 graphic design at UCA Epsom, bringing together all their diverse practices. We decided to give each student a CMYK colour code to direct their work in and organised both the publication & exhibition in this way. The final product was a broad exploration of the visable, printed colour spectrum.
A publication exploring abandoned spaces around Kent & Sussex, England. Looking at the unseen, simultaneously uncovering a life of it’s own. These spaces varied in original purpose but were largely Mental Asylums and the current destruction of these spaces.
Derelict was a short-run of twenty perfect bound publications
Working for graphic design firm 'Harrison & Hillman' on a resturant branding brief. The restaurant was entitled 'The Creperie' and was meant to be a mix of French & English, high end & playful.
My brief was entitled 'The Curious, The Collected, The Curated'. I was giving many tasks including sourcing certain objects, thinking of objects that are on brand, shelf design, book jacket design & also creating a series of screen prints.