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Under 30s Dulwich Picture Gallery

In 2019 Dulwich Picture Gallery had introduced a new ticket price for those aged 30 and under. We developed the visual identity and the launch campaign for the Under 30s tickets programme. Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world’s first purpose-built public gallery housing a collection of Old Master paintings alongside an internationally renowned exhibition programme. The building was designed by Sir John Soane in 1811 and is considered one of the greatest examples of gallery architecture in Britain. The endless sense of space created by the five rooms linked together by a series of arches and the simplified classical forms of the building have become iconic. Our design takes inspiration from the interiors of this exquisite building. The modern shapes and the vibrant colour palette link to a young audience and our playful re-interpretation of the architecture allude to one of the gallery’s vision statements,  Find yourself in art, giving new perspectives of historical works of art. 
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The David Parr House

This guide book was designed for the opening of David Parr House in Cambridge, the terraced house of an artisan decorator working during the Arts and Crafts era. The house was a kept secret for many years and is now open for guided tours that show this unique and quirky blend of Victorian ornamentation and 20th-century knick-knacks.
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The Night Shift

The Night Shift is the OAE (Orchestra of The Age of Enlightenment)’s long-running classical concert series targeted at audiences under the age of 35 who do not regularly attend classical music in concert halls. The series is all about making classical music easy to enjoy for a young crowd in a more relaxed environment, such as a small pub, a summer festival or an unconventional venue like the Bussey Building in Peckham. In the Night Shift events drinks are allowed, the audience can take photos, people can move around and the players talk from the stage and introduce the music they are playing. We did a fresh new identity for the website visuals, poster imagery, social media and a new logo. Our new look and feel is modern and informal, the design elements are geometric and with vibrant colours that suggest the evening mood of the concert. “Classical music, minus the rules”      
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