Tate Modern
       
     
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Religion Clothing
       
     
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IdeoSaatchi
       
     
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Pierre Marcolini
       
     
  Room 2: The foyer, containing a large communal bed in a shaded area, where members could lie down and relax even in the company of strangers, creating an intimate atmosphere. A light-installation showing the way to the following room. Chocolate aperitifs in individual bags hang on the walls, up for grabs 
       
     
  Room 3: The main room, a vast dark space where members could lie on the floor and connect their body to an activity monitor, which shows all of the participants' heartbeats together in a unique rhythm. Large-scale posters decorate the high walls. 
       
     
Tate Modern TV
       
     
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Posters
       
     
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Tate Modern
       
     
Tate Modern

Print 1
Concept for a print campaign for the Tate Modern, London. Brief concentrated on presenting art as accessible and relevant to a wide audience, with no use of images. 

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Print 2

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Print 3

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Print 4

Religion Clothing
       
     
Religion Clothing

Spot 1 
Storyboards for a TV concept for Religion Clothing.  A campaign of three TV spots, each concentrating on Religion being worn by people who are young, unique and proud to stand out of the crowd. 

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Spot 2

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Spot 3

IdeoSaatchi
       
     
IdeoSaatchi

Concept 1
Three suggestions for IdeoSaatchi's brief on designing a series of innovative cocktail packaging aimed at 21-35 year old men and women 

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Concept 2 

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Concept 3 

Pierre Marcolini
       
     
Pierre Marcolini

Room 1:
A user experience concept for a luxury chocolatier. The brief requested a proposition for a venue that reflects the chocolatier's unique take on luxury and the art of chocolate. The solution presents a sensory branding campaign focused on remodelling the brand's venue to involve all five senses in a darkly sensual private members' club. 
Entrance: sound corridors leading to a turntable and the main room 

  Room 2: The foyer, containing a large communal bed in a shaded area, where members could lie down and relax even in the company of strangers, creating an intimate atmosphere. A light-installation showing the way to the following room. Chocolate aperitifs in individual bags hang on the walls, up for grabs 
       
     


Room 2:
The foyer, containing a large communal bed in a shaded area, where members could lie down and relax even in the company of strangers, creating an intimate atmosphere. A light-installation showing the way to the following room. Chocolate aperitifs in individual bags hang on the walls, up for grabs 

  Room 3: The main room, a vast dark space where members could lie on the floor and connect their body to an activity monitor, which shows all of the participants' heartbeats together in a unique rhythm. Large-scale posters decorate the high walls. 
       
     


Room 3:
The main room, a vast dark space where members could lie on the floor and connect their body to an activity monitor, which shows all of the participants' heartbeats together in a unique rhythm. Large-scale posters decorate the high walls. 

Tate Modern TV
       
     
Tate Modern TV

Spot 1
A concept of three TV spots for the Tate Modern. The brief concentrated on creating a compelling video to emphasise the individual intimate impact art makes on people, and how each one feels and processes it differently 

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Spot 2

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Spot 3

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Posters

Poster 1
A series of posters responding to a brief to visually combine cultural emblems in the UK and Bulgaria. These bring together recognisable cultural marks, and complement a larger campaign which included a UX walk through an imaginary city, and a workshop for swear-words to emphasise what each culture considers most offensive and sensitive 

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Poster 2 

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Poster 3

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Poster 4