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David is delighted to have been appointed by the The Junction arts centre in Cambridge to rebrand the organisation, and design new signage, wayfinding and communications materials. The venue, which hosts live art, music, theatre and clubs, attracts 100,000 visitors a year.
David has designed a major new publication for the Live Art Development Agency. Access All Areas: Live Art & Disability is a 200 page book and double DVD set featuring artists’ writings, creative dialogues, critical commentaries and films that reflect the ways in which Live Art has represented issues of disability in inventive and radical ways. This publication was specifically designed with accessibility in mind. It is wirobound to open flat, and typeset in a large (14 point) typeface with high contrast throughout. The accompanying DVDs include captions and an audio track.
Featured artists and writers include Ron Athey, Bobby Baker, Pete Edwards, Lyn Gardner, Noëmi Lakmaier, Kim Noble, Martin O’Brien and more.
You can purchase Access All Areas directly from the Live Art Development Agency here.
Here's my poster for the docMiami International Film Festival 2012 in Florida. It's inspired by an old movie poster for a film called 'Moon Over Miami' with Betty Grable. The annual festival showcases documentary films and music with a focus on human rights and good causes.
I've been working on some interesting projects recently including DVD work for US performance group Goat Island and philospher and writer Hélène Cixous; conference exhibition work with the illustrator Marcus Oakley; and launching a new campaign with Jamie Catto opposing the UK arms trade called Stop Arming the World. So I thought it really was time to update the design portfolio section of this site...