Graphic Design

The art of copywriting

Mytton Williams

Mytton Williams have produced a beautiful and clever set of posters for Ink Copywriters. Using Indian ink and a variety of tools they submerged, brushed, splattered, absorbed and dragged ink across the canvas, illustrating a selection of words through mark making that express a few of the client’s many different tones of voice.

Moniker’s Bridge Poster Series links business diagram language with abstract graphic purism in an effortless and natural manner. It is easier said than done: whilst both languages can visually connect, it is still testing to do so in a way that looks fresh and elegant. It demands not getting too obvious, too abstract or too pretentious. This graceful approach allows for form and color to respond to content, and even generate new meaning through the image. Inspiring work.

Pentagram have designed a construction fence that also acts as an outdoor gallery. Canvases showcasing some of the Museum’s content are leant up against each other as if they were in an artists’ studio. Cleverly titled ‘Constructionism’ Paul Scher describes the project – “…the artworks are literally out on the street, Constructionism is a celebration of what the Museum does, which is make art accessible to the city.”

Mark Studio have designed a beautifully simple identity for a new charity which looks to help human trafficking victims overcome obstacles by providing job opportunities.