Following a website design project at university, I was commissioned to design a website for Corsham52. This was an exhibition and auction of the work of alumni from Corsham School of Art. It was held at the 44AD Art space gallery in Bath.
I worked alongside another designer, Chris Makin to design the identity and printed materials for the exhibition. This included posters, flyers, invitations, banners and other digital content. In this project our main influence was from 60s design ephemera found in the BSU archive from the alumni's years at Corsham, and also Swiss graphic design. The logo we created was a visual representation of the diversity of work and practitioners coming together for the exhibition. This geometric 52 then became the central point of the identity.
The website design itself was very limiting due to hosting restrictions, so the majority of work we produced was printed or in the form of digital banners. These were used for promotion across Bath and invitations and promotional materials were sent across the UK.