June 2015: The University of Oxford’s Physics Department asked Catherine Charnock Creative to design and produce a leaflet to advertise their Industrial Projects Programme. The Programme links third year Physics students with high tech companies to promote skill sharing and networking and enable the students to gain useful real-world experience, while the companies gain links with bright students and potential high-quality recruits. The brief was for the leaflet to be accessible to all levels of company employee and to have a “high tech” feel, while showing Oxford students at work. Catherine Charnock Creative fused vector elements with equations and typography to create a simple but striking leaflet. It was printed by Seacourt to the highest environmental standards and quality.
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April 2015: On top of a crazy workload I am also doing a course entitled “The Art and Business of Surface Pattern Design”. It’s been tricky to fit it all in (and I have some catching up to do) but I’ve been immersed in the world of Surface Pattern Design, and practising my Illustrator skills. Just started on Module 3 and loving it!
Oct 2014: I recently completed design of the University of Oxford Faculty of Classics newsletter. The Faculty of Classics was a new client for me this year. They liked the Physics newsletter that I designed and asked for something in a similar vein. Being very different in content and character, I drew on elements from the style of the Physics newsletter, but created a different pace and mood in the Classics newsletter. The design is based on two grids which could be adapted to fit the content for each spread. The result is a clean, calm, newsletter which I think fits the nature of the content.