Bob Cobbing type specimen, National Poetry Library
Proposal for the U.K passport following Brexit.
As a young person I do not see the current U.K passport as a reflection of my views of what I believe in and what the U.K stands for. It isnt a document I am particularly proud to carry and share.What does this dated document communicate other than landmarks and landscapes we are all to fimiliar with? It’s more important than ever to remind the world and ourselves of the true values we hold. The passport submitted acts as a document of humanity which uses the power and beauty of words to communicate our outlook to the world.
The U.K. coat of arms has been re-designed. Page 2 explains these new symbols in all that they stand for.History is important however and is hinted with colour, type and abstraction of the current UK coat of arms with re-designed symbols – Pg20. Respective to the holders place of birth within the U.K a symbol and colour will be allocated on the I.d spread and spine tape – Pg3 features one of the three English lions along with red spine tape, signifying both history and individuality creating thediverse nation that we live today.
Visa pages take advantage of the power of a passport acting as a manifesto. Our visa pages are more significant than ever. The words printed have opportunity to spread hope of unity, friendship and kindness as we travel from border to border. The U.K. passport will be a document that you are proud to carry and share. Britain is open.
WIP typeface based on gestural actions.
Observation, a fixed position
Images as the result of a three week workshop with James Langdon. The imagery has been formed of observation of a fixed position within Camberwell. With use of studio space being a large issue currently at Camberwell the project focused on drawing the absolute maximum from a specified studio that happened to be rarely used. Using found objects of litter and leftover materials imagery had been formed and then projected back into the original fixed position using it not only as a tool of making but also as its chosen area of display.
Poster made from a etching workshop
Signage for Camberwell College of Art's new way finding system using Wilberham typeface.
Lorenzo Hernández & Frank Sharman
Wilberham specimen booklet
Typeface designed for Camberwell College of Arts new signage and way finding project.
Bob Cobbing ABC in Sound
Posters for National Poetry Library's Visual Poetry open day.
1 day workshop with Fraser Muggeridge and James Edgar
Current Wip addressing the increasing ways of filteration we apply to digital content. We now skip, skim, weave and jump through text. What might this look like? Do we not need to filter digital content before publishing?