Fun day out in London visiting the fantastic Into The Unknown exhibition at the Barbican as well as Francis Kéré’s Serpentine pavillion.
As part of this graphics project I also experimented with combining typography and Brutalism, resulting in designing this typeface inspired by famous Brutalist buildings as well as architecture around Coventry
For my other graphics coursework project I created a series of posters that campaigned for a Brutalist building in Coventry city centre to be listed as it is at risk to being demolished. These focused on highlighting how the building had been neglected over time, using a technique that involved creating a physical paper model of the building, crumpling it and then photographing it so it could be brought back onto the original image, and appear to be collapsing. I also featured lyrics from the song Ghost Town to link this back to Coventry culture
Experimenting with this technique: