Katie Holt Website

Client
Katie Holt
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A work in progress for London based photographer Katie Holt, specialising in fashion and hair. This site compliments her minimal, 'no fuss' style, capturing this spirit within a stripped back container.

GA Awards Identity

Client
Galvanizers Association

Designed at
Un.titled
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The Galvanizers Association may not be the first name that springs to mind when architecture is mentioned, but are the largest European body dealing with the use of galvanized steel. The GA are also the first port of call for architects and engineers who want to make use of the technique in their structures.

Each year, the GA hold an international award celebrating the most inventive uses of galvanized steel
– my task: to design an entirely new identity for the awards. This was then developed to encompass a wide range of applications, including marketing banners, personalised trophies and an awards brochure.

Recoil Selected SE

Client
Recoil/Mute Records

Designed at
Un.titled

Photography
Simon Congdon
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Un.titled were approached by Alan Wilder in 2009, tasked with designing a record sleeve for his latest LP ‘Selected’; a 25 year retrospective of his Recoil project. The initial brief was to design artwork for a standard single CD jewel case and special edition double CD set which incorporated elements from his existing artwork, but giving the album its own identity. Un.titled not only designed two CD editions, but also went on to design two special edition boxsets, an iPhone App, European tour posters and photography of his live set in Berlin.

The raw, grimy edge offset with clean typographic language was part of the original intention for the project. This was achieved by conducting a number of photographic experiments which brought together projected imagery, physical typography and found objects. The imagery represents each track featured on the album with elements that would be identifiable to the avid Recoil fans and abstract enough to ensure that the project was an entirely new entity with its own voice. The dark and textural imagery that was created became the perfect accompaniment to the brooding and occasionally unsettling nature of his music.

 

Recoil App

 

Client
Recoil/Mute Records

Designed at
Un.titled
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An iPhone App created to accompany and promote the release of ‘Selected’. The app works as a one stop shop to everything Recoil… Featuring: Twitter feeds, forum access, exclusive photo gallery, discography and a back catalogue of all the Recoil music videos.

Alzheimer's Society Website

 

Client
Alzheimer's Society

Designed at
Un.titled

Creative Direction
James Warfield
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Website design for Alzheimer’s Society, the UK's leading resource for advice and information on dementia and related illnesses.

Worked directly with the Alzheimer's Society's in-house design team to design a number of page templates that could be directly plugged into their bespoke CMS.

Northern Kind: Wired

 

Client
Northern Kind

Designed at
Un.titled
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Album artwork for electro pop duo Northern Kind. ‘Wired’ takes the band into new territories being far darker in tone than their previous releases, yet still retaining much of their dance sensibilities. The artwork was developed to complement these juxtapositions, with the lurid, fluorescent cover contrasting with the darker grayscale photography within.

The CD jewel-case includes a fold out, two colour, single-sheet information booklet which also doubles up as a two sided poster.

Dot Publication

 

Client
Un.titled

Designed at
Un.titled

Illustrations
Chris Chilvers

Creative Direction
James Warfield
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Designed in collaboration with James Warfield at Un.titled, Dot was a promotional publication, which not only acted as a showcase for our studio work, but also as a means to express opinions on a wide range of topics, the first of these being our view on the recession and its effect on our industry.

Meos Website

 

Client
Meos

Designed at
Un.titled

Creative Direction
James Warfield
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Corporate website for independent electronics company, Meos. To coincide with a brand new visual identity developed by Un.titled, the client required an online means to sell their products to major high-street and online retailers. Working directly with the Un.titled tech team, we took this a bit further and added plenty of Java based ‘choccy topping’.

Void

 

Client
Edward Hann
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Void was a self initiated concept for an online boutique, selling one off products including T-shirts, bags and posters. All goods would be produced using manual ‘hand made’ techniques, be environmentally friendly and as ethical as possible, all profits would go to a charity related to the subject matter of the product.

Walsh+Jenkins Branding

 

Client
Walsh+Jenkins

Designed at
Un.titled

Creative Direction
James Warfield
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Walsh+Jenkins are one of the largest suppliers of packaging for retail in the UK, as part of their acquisition by Bunzl in 2008 they looked to expand their brand image and open up a new global market.

The new logo, produced at Un.titled in collaboration with Andrew Lister and under the creative direction of James Warfield, was the first stage in forming a far cleaner identity for the brand. To coincide with their new image, we produced a range of printed material which allowed us to install their new identity system across, stationery, promotional material and corporate reporting.

IDP06

 

Client
Edward Hann
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IDP06 or Internally Displaced People 2006, started life as an university project investigating the minefield that is ethics within design. Originally designed in 2007, here’s what I wrote back then:

“Internally displaced people 06, is an exploration in the theory of ‘designing for an ethical message’, using the uniformity and order of the grid, mixed with the natural topographical beauty of a landscape, to demonstrate the scale of humanitarian crisis in Western Darfur and Eastern Chad. Each print was screen printed by K2 Screen, on 240gsm GF Smith, Black Plike paper and is scaled at 720 by 1020mm.”

Poster was originally sold via my website, thanks to everyone who bought one!

Website is Copyright Edward Hann 2010  /  Coding: Dan Smith  /  Photography: Simon Congdon