Studio Hyte is a South London based design studio, working between graphic design, interaction and emergent communication. Approaching branding, print, website and exhibition design through progressive methods of engagement, we aim to create meaningful work that considers and responds to the social and cultural contexts it exists in.

Through our self-directed research projects, talks, debates and workshops, we intend to create horizontal spaces for critical discussion and reflection. Allowing a deeper exploration of the role and politics of the creative practitioner in the current communicative climate.

Featured: Bare Conductive Toilet Break: It's Nice That, Dezeen, Design Week
Talks & Workshops: Design Indaba 2017, Seoul Museum of Art, Crowd Talks,
Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins, Winchester School of Art

Website designed and developed by Studio Hyte:
Arjun Harrison-Mann, Ben Cain, Jordan Gamble & Eugene Tan

info@studiohyte.com   education@studiohyte.com   IG: @studiohyte
Featured: Bare Conductive Toilet Break: It's Nice That, Dezeen, Design Week
Talks & Workshops: Design Indaba 2017, Seoul Museum of Art, Crowd Talks, Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins, Winchester School of Art

Website designed and developed by Studio Hyte.
Arjun Harrison-Mann, Ben Cain, Jordan Gamble & Eugene Tan

info@studiohyte.com   education@studiohyte.com   IG: @studiohyte
Studio Hyte’s ethos is to create meaningful and progressive work within a social and cultural context. Approaching visual identity, print, website and exhibition design through emergent modes of interaction and communication.

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As part of the Royal College of Art's Green Week Festival ran by the Students Union, Diaspores Diaspora attempts to combine the systems used by nature as a method of branding.

Exploring this phenomena in both design and systematic methodology, creating our own system of dispersion based on the formulaic pattern of planting seen in the new hanging gardens at RCA Battersea and the colours of the Gem also known as diasporite, empholite, kayserite, or tanatarite to create a completely organic, adapting brand.

Branding as visual metaphor of natural dispersion.

Identity and Print Design: Studio Hyte
Client: Royal College of Art, Student's Union
Diaspore     
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Language Game[s] was an exhibition, conference and series of performances which interrogated the association between language, human consciousness and how developments in technology might affect this relationship.

To create the identity we incorporated algorithmic chance operations, attempting to create alongside the machine. Displaying the main topics and questions behind the event as a way of giving the audience snippets of its discourse, allowing the posters to act as promotional materials and provocations, both in and beyond the event.

Conference Visual Identity, Including Web and Print design: Studio Hyte
Client: Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Graduate School, University of the Arts, London.
Event conceived and convened by Dr. Sheena Calvert.
Language Games     
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On the Go was an exhibition at the 2016 London Design Festival, exploring whether design can intervene to take the social stigma away from our most primordial bodily activity and whether on-the-go toileting is a utopian or dystopian prospect.

Taking inspiration from factory interiors and how they might appear in the future, the identity and design give a speculative twist to the exhibition as an ode to the works exhibited. In fitting with this concept, objects within the exhibition were displayed as factory prototypes and archival materials. The signage, tables and hangings took on an elaborate utilitarian aesthetic through the use of modular fittings and automated type design.

Exhibition Design as speculative future.

Visual Identity and Exhibition Design: Studio Hyte
Client: Dirty Furniture Magazine
Featuring: Takram

On The Go     
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In collaboration with Maggie Jennings and Christina Niederberger, Studio Sink Poetry takes inspiration from the Kitchen Sink Painters of the 1950's. Whimsically spinning poems about studio occurrences, which are in turn explored through the written word, design practice and the act of printing, creating an almost spontaneous example of visual poetry.

Written word as design, Design as written word.

Publication Design: Studio Hyte
Poetry: Maggie Jennings
Christina Niederberger

Studio Sink Poetry     
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White Noise was a series of events, lectures and exhibitions at the Royal College of Art in support of National Mental Health Week.

With mental illness often being in the background of everyday life, the visual identity was influenced by the seemingly invisible nature of white noise. We used transparency layers as a way of visually emphasising this idea of fading in and out of visibility. Utilising the semicolon as a symbol of continuance and not giving up as an ode to mental health activism.

We also created a petition for the exhibition, moving beyond service based design toward more active forms of agency. Allowing people to show solidarity against the current cuts to mental health in the UK by critiquing the stigmatising language used against mental illness.

Visual Identity and Exhibition Design: Studio Hyte
Client: Royal College of Art
White Noise     
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The Book in the Global Village speculates the role of print in the age of the digital native.

Now that our understanding of the world is being constantly and consistently updated, the book is no longer the most accessible or fastest means of written communication. In today's age can the book now be a mobile device of unification? Tapping into the passion, humour and sensibility of an internet age? Working in tandem with the web and connecting our Global Village?

The book as hybrid between material & immaterial space-time.
Connected, separate, individual, whole.

Physical Computing and Design: Studio Hyte

The Book In The Global Village     
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Combining luxury and streetwear, LIP Label's dynamic logo and identity attempts to visualise the bold, vibrant, yet subtle nature of this contemporary luxury streetwear brand. As seen throughout the print, web, packaging and product applications, LIP's visual identity attempts to instil the labels core ethos to ‘Live In The Present’.

Identity and Website: Studio Hyte
Client: LIP Label

LIP Label     
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India is one of the largest countries in the world, and along with that comes a multitude of natural and man made sights. From each major city to every tiny rural village, the culture, the sights remain unique creating an unique experience.

We worked with Ravishing India Holidays and Incredible India Tourism to film and produce a short film to promote the sights of Ladakh, India and applied a cinematic feel to encourage people to get out and step into the beautiful unknown.

Videography: Studio Hyte
Client: Into India

Into India     
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Deskjob Typeface Specimen     
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