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alt: A large sign hanging from a ceiling, the sign, made in response to the provocation of the project, uses clip art styling and layering of the Human Resources title
Human Resources
An environmentally responsible exhibition provoking the question of what happens when we start to move to inner (human) resources
Year:
2022

Clients:

Lethaby Gallery
Central Saint Martins, UAL

Services:
#Visual Identity #Exhibition #Animation
Deliverables:

Brand & Visual Identity based on Human resource vernacular
Bespoke Logotypes
Sustainably produced signage

alt: A large sign hanging from a ceiling, the sign, made in response to the provocation of the project, uses clip art styling and layering of the Human Resources title

Human Resources: Creativity as Renewable Energy in a Time of Scarcity was a London Design Festival Exhibition exhibition at the Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins. The exhibition platformed work produced by graduating students who – through different disciplines and approaches – proposed an alternate world of sufficiency and generosity powered by a human kind of renewable energy.

The exhibition provoked the question; What happens when we expand our definition of what a resource might be – when we move from practices of extraction and acquisition to drawing on our own inner resources?

Our visual identity embraced and celebrated the vernacular design practices of HR departments. From the WordArt of the 90’s & 2000’s to the use of post-it notes, ClipArt and pre-made design packages today. These varied visual cultures, all centred around a DIY ethos were mashed together to produce a series of bespoke logotypes, signage and animations, responding to, but not overpowering the work within the exhibition space.

Social Media Animation
Human Resources in window display at Lethaby Gallery
Lethaby Gallery
Human Resources Poster in Granary Square
Signage in Granary Square
a red and yellow sign reading Health and Safety with a stretched 3D effect, inspired by word art, hanging in the Lethaby Gallery
Exhibition Signage

Citizen Sci-Fi: Time Portals, 2019


Sci-Fi Inspired Visual Identity for a 3-Year Arts Programme
alt: A girl sat in front of a neon pink background, holding a booklet which reads Time Portals on the front cover and has a neon blue and green image on the back cover.

People's Park Plinth, 2021


Visual identity and spatial experience platforming radical public art
alt: The People's Park Plinth booklet is shown laying on a rock inside Finsbury Park
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