Graphic Design

Jenny Hampton

I created the Birthday Surprises campaign in response to the D&AD giffgaff brief as they will celebrate their 10th birthday and will offer surprises to members throughout the year. I chose to create an Eco-friendly children's book encouraging awareness of the gender spectrum and equality as this is an area that is rarely covered in children’s books. The book has a buy-one-give-one campaign; donating a book to a primary school in a deprived area whenever a book is purchased. The project shown is a typographic publication exploring the origins of the phrase 'Go Doolally' which traces back to India.

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Graphic Design

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