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Work by George Sydney Selwyn-Brace

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Disks I designed for Babylon, a virtual art show. Curated by Joe Highton.

Disks I designed for Babylon, a virtual art show. Curated by Joe Highton.

Working on type for Babylon, a virtual exhibition curated by Joe Highton.

Working on type for Babylon, a virtual exhibition curated by Joe Highton.

I’m starting to work on a new project which will be a set of workshops which aim to address some of the practices of a designer using playful games and activities.
I was trying to make a poster for it today using collaged letters when the view of my desk suddenly seemed to be the perfect solution (a little cleaned up of course).

I’m starting to work on a new project which will be a set of workshops which aim to address some of the practices of a designer using playful games and activities.

I was trying to make a poster for it today using collaged letters when the view of my desk suddenly seemed to be the perfect solution (a little cleaned up of course).

It was a pleasure to work alongside Catarina Riccabona at the Hole & Corner space today. I learned a little about the complexities of weaving and took some photos.

I’ve got some work experience at Hole & Corner this week. They’ve set up at 213 Piccadilly in a shop space so people can pop in and see the issue 3 take shape whilst some of the brilliant contributors and makers can get involved too.

I helped out  Work-Form with Typography Saturday School at Camberwell this month. We couldn’t resist having a go ourselves and decided to make a monumental 36xA3 sheet photocopied poster.