The 99 Hanover Street menus have been out for a wee while now, but the Fringe Programme has been gobbling up all my time – Anyway, better late than never here’s a few pictures of it in situ along with the labels for the food menu that never was… More after the break
Archive for the ‘InDesign’ Category
In 2007 and 8 we were very lucky in the publications dept at the EFF in regard to the number of exhibitions listed with us. We seemed to always have a multiples of 14 (ie 14 listings per page). In 2009 we came a cropper. One short of a perfect spread). Jenny Peebles and I had the foresight to create our own listing, a fake show… Taboo in the office but I have very little time for sacrosanct tradition.
Our listing was so good (or weird) that it made it onto The Telegraph.co.uk‘s top show to see at the fringe.
To use up part of our advertising retro deal with The Scotsman last summer I created a half page ad that gave people the wherewithal to follow the EFF online.
I found that all social media icons were pithy little 20kb gifs – useless for printing so I set about making my own and in places improving them.
PDF file that you should be able to drop into Illustrator and rip apart for vectors after the jump
My work for 99 Hanover Street went down pretty well. I started out making posters for their DJ listings and moved on to do stationery and menus and all sorts – The now infamous milk carton menu won an award at the Theme Awards (bar & restaurant interior design magazine) and was stolen from the premises by punters so much so that they had to resort back to boring gate fold menus. The menu turned up on the mantle pieces of quite a few people’s home I went to.
The Blue Dove was the possibly the most fun I’ve ever had at work. Its aim was to make communication between the three Blue Steel Ltd bars in Edinburgh (Villager, Dragonfly and Voodoo) a little easier and to let everyone know who was shagging who and who fell asleep where. (more…)
Here’s a few of the projects I worked on while at the fringe these past few years