CORIN SWORN, THE COMMON GUILD, 2023

Poster design for the exhibition ‘In Reflection, Shimmer’ by Corin Sworn at The Common Guild, Glasgow 2023.

thecommonguild.org.uk

ROXY MUSIC TOUR PROGRAMME, 2022

Print design and publication for Roxy Music's 50th anniversary tour. The tour programme features eight commissioned essays by writer and critic Michael Bracewell for each of Roxy Music’s studio albums, and is illustrated by images taken directly from the band’s personal archives.

ROXY MUSIC TOUR T-SHIRTS, 2022

A series of five t-shirts designed for Roxy Music's 50th Anniversary tour. The t-shirt series celebrates Roxy Music’s distinctive lyrics and features custom typography inspired by the band’s album artwork.

Available to purchase from the Roxy Music online store

ALBERTA WHITTLE, LUX SCOTLAND, POSTER, 2023

Poster designs for LUX Scotland and Scotland + Venice tour of Alberta Whittle’s ​‘Lagareh – The Last Born’ to six venues across Scotland between 20 September 2022 and 1 March 2023. This new work was commissioned by Scotland + Venice and Forma for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

luxscotland.org.uk

MARGARET TAIT, PERSONAE, LUX, 2020

Print design and publication for Personae, which combines a previously unpublished manuscript by 20th century Scottish filmmaker and poet Margaret Tait (1918-1999) alongside unseen photographs and journal excerpts from Tait’s personal archive. Edited by writer and academic Sarah Neely with a foreword by author Ali Smith. Published by LUX.

LUX Moving Image

GLASGOW IMPROVISERS FESTIVAL, POSTER, 2021

MADE ON THE TABLE, RHONA WARWICK PATERSON, 2022

Print design and publication to commemorate artist Rhona Warwick Paterson’s tenure as Associate Artist at the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), Glasgow. The publication features collograph prints made in collaboration with artist Tessa Lynch alongside photography by Alan Dimmick. Warwick Paterson’s work responds to GoMA’s 2019 group exhibition Domestic Bliss, and examines GoMA’s current use as a public arts venue in contrast to its previous histories as the home of a colonial merchant-slaver, as well as the former headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland and Glasgow’s Royal Exchange.

THE MOON SPINS THE DEAD PRISON, THOMAS ABERCROMBY, 2022

The Moon Spins The Dead Prison, An Anthology of Abolition brings together a collection of new essays that explore the meaning, practices, and politics of prison abolition from local, national and global positions and perspectives. The publication includes new texts by Harry Josephine Giles, Che Gossett, Hussein Mitha, Lola Olufemi, Koshka Duff & Connor Woodman, accompanied by a collection of new drawings by artist Jamie Crewe and an introduction by Thomas Abercromby, Rosie Roberts & Phil Crockett Thomas.

Available free from Glasgow Sculpture Studios

FRANCE-LISE MCGURN, BODYTRONIC, VFMK/SIMON LEE GALLERY, 2020

Print design and publication on the occasion of painter France-Lise McGurn’s exhibition Bodytronic at Kunsthaus Pasquart, Biel, Switzerland. The monograph includes texts by the writers and critics Michael Bracewell and Felicity Lunn in English, German and French. Published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Vienna, and Simon Lee Gallery, London.

Verlag für Moderne Kunst

JUMBIES PUBLICATION, 2021

Print design and publication for Jumbies, a collaborative ‘group-show-as-performance’ devised by artist Ashanti Harris, textile and costume designer Zephyr Liddell and sound artist Patricia Panther. This printed publication presents new writing and illustrations by Harris, Liddell and Panther alongside commissioned texts by the artists, educators and researchers Raisa Kabir, Marie O’Connor and Ranjana Thapalyal. Cover artwork screen-printed by Zephyr Liddell.

www.wearepanel.co.uk/shop/jumbies

Photograph by Gordon Burniston, courtesy of Panel

ARTISTS’ MOVING IMAGE FESTIVAL, LUX SCOTLAND, 2021

Visual identity and design for Give Birth To Me Tomorrow, LUX Scotland’s 2021 edition of the Artists’ Moving Image Festival, co-programmed by artists and writers Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf. The programme spanned the year’s lunar calendar with a series of screenings and events.

IN THE OPEN, THE COMMON GUILD, 2020

Visual identity and print design for the In the Open programme, which premiered August 2020. In the Open is a series of audio works conceived during the COVID-19 lockdown and devised for listening to during daily walks and time outdoors.The project comprised six new works by Glasgow-based artists Luke Fowler, Lauren Gault, Ashanti Harris, Sulaïman Majali, Duncan Marquiss, and Margaret Salmon. Commissioned by The Common Guild, Glasgow.

thecommonguild.org.uk

WEBSITE, ARIKA, 2022

Website design for Arika, a political arts organisation concerned with supporting connections between artistic production and social change. Made in collaboration with Rectangle.

arika.org.uk

WEBSITE, LUX SCOTLAND, 2022

Website design for the artists’ moving image organisation LUX Scotland, which collects and presents the organisation’s extensive archive of critical writing, educational projects, screenings and other events, including the annual Margaret Tait Award. Made in collaboration with web developer Jamie Sterling.

luxscotland.org.uk

FROM GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY, GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY, 2018

Visual identity and print design for From Glasgow Women’s Library, presented in partnership with design curators Panel and commissioned by Craft Scotland. From Glasgow Women’s Library is a collection of products developed in collaboration with the artists, designers and makers Ruth Ewan, Finch & Fouracre, Sally Hackett, Jasleen Kaur, Kaisa Lassinaro, Maeve Redmond and Donna Wilson, inspired by the Glasgow Women’s Library’s archive and collections.

Photography by Gordon Burniston

READING LIST T-SHIRTS, GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY, 2018

T-shirt print designs as part of the From Glasgow Women’s Library project. Produced in collaboration with designer Kaisa Lassinaro, READING LIST is a series of t-shirts that reference important titles selected from the Glasgow Women’s Library’s catalogue, including diverse works by Muriel Spark, Alice Walker, and the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective.

Purchase READING LIST t-shirts from Glasgow Women's Library

Photography by Caro Weiss

EDWIN MORGAN CENTENARY, EDWIN MORGAN TRUST, 2020

Visual identity and designs for the Edwin Morgan Centenary, celebrating the life and work of Scottish poet Edwin Morgan (1920-2010). Key to the Edwin Morgan Trust’s work and Morgan’s legacy is the support of emerging poets in Scotland and abroad. Morgan’s centenary was commemorated with a year-long programme of partner events, commissions, and publications of new work.

edwinmorgantrust.com

LETTERS TO ESTER, PANEL, 2018

Print design for the project ‘Letters to Ester’ by artists France-Lise McGurn and Sally Hackett and design curators Panel, on the occasion of the exhibition A Weakness For Raisins: Films & Archive of Ester Krumbachová, a retrospective of the new-wave Czech screenwriter and director Ester Krumbachová (1923-1996). The exhibition was held at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Glasgow, December 2018.

Photography by Gordon Burniston

WEBSITE, MAP MAGAZINE, 2018

Visual identity and website design for MAP Magazine, the Scottish-based periodical dedicated to artist-led publishing and production, arts writing and criticism. The website collects and re-presents MAP Magazine’s extensive archive of material. Made in collaboration with web developer Jamie Sterling.

mapmagazine.co.uk

INTO THE MOUNTAIN, SCOTTISH SCULPTURE WORKSHOP, 2019

Visual identity and print design for the artist Simone Kenyon’s performance series Into the Mountain, which took place in Cairngorms National Park, Northeast Scotland. Kenyon’s performance series is inspired by the life and work of Scottish teacher, writer and hillwalker Nan Shepherd (1893-1981), and draws upon Shepherd’s non-fiction masterpiece The Living Mountain (1977).

JASPERWEAR COLLECTION ICONS, ATELIER E.B., 2018

Illustrations and design for textile print ‘icons’ and woven garment labels, produced for the Jasperwear collection by Atelier E.B., the collaborative fashion label founded by artist Lucy McKenzie and designer Becca Lipscombe. The Jasperwear collection was created on the occasion of Atelier E.B.’s exhibition Passer-by, held at Serpentine Gallery, London, and Galeries Lafayette, Paris, from 2018 to 2019.

Copyright: Atelier E.B, Images: Zoe Ghertner, Models: Cara and Laura

CECI N’EST PAS UNE FOTO, PANEL, 2013

Print design and publication for academic and writer Fiona Jardine’s text Ceci N’est Pas Une Photo, which reflects on women’s labour, photography and the fashion industry. Designed in collaboration with designer Sophie Dyer. Produced on the occasion of the exhibition Barrie Girls at The Briggait, Glasgow, in 2013.

Photography by Gordon Burniston

TWENTY-NINE THOUSAND NIGHTS, RUTH EWAN/BOOK WORKS, 2017

Print design for the publication Twenty-Nine Thousand Nights: A Communist Life, a profile of the English political activist Nan Berger (1914-1998) edited by the artist Ruth Ewan. The book includes excerpts of Berger’s writing, press clippings and declassified intelligence reports on Berger’s activities. Designed in collaboration with Kaisa Lassinaro. Published by Book Works, London.

SUE ME, SUE TOMPKINS/THE MODERN INSTITUTE, 2014

Print design for the publication Sue Me, a monograph of paintings by the performer and visual artist Sue Tompkins. Published by The Modern Institute, Glasgow.

TOMORROW IS ALWAYS TOO LONG, PHIL COLLINS/THE COMMON GUILD, 2014

Visual identity and print designs for filmmaker and visual artist Phil Collins’s Tomorrow Is Always Too Long, a major multi-media artwork commissioned by The Common Guild gallery on the occasion of the 2014 Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow.

Photography by Tian Khee Siong

GRAHAM FAGEN, SCOTLAND+VENICE/HOSPITALFIELD, 2015

Visual identity and print design for artist Graham Fagan’s exhibition at the Palazzo Fontana. Fagen was selected as the artist for the Scotland+Venice 2015 commission, produced by Hospitalfield, Arbroath, as part of the 56th Venice Biennale.

SHARON HAYES, THE COMMON GUILD, 2016

Print design for artist and filmmaker Sharon Hayes’s exhibition and events programme In My Little Corner of the World, Anyone Would Love You, presented by The Common Guild, Glasgow.

SIMON STARLING, THE COMMON GUILD, 2016

Print design for artist Simon Starling’s exhibition and performance event At Twilight:A play for 2 actors, 1 dancer, 8 masks (and a donkey costume), held at The Common Guild gallery and performed at Holmwood House, Glasgow.

SEMI-GLOSS, SEMI-PERMEABLE, GLASGOW INTERNATIONAL, 2016

Print design and publication for the group exhibition Semi-Gloss, Semi-Permeable, organised by artist Helen de Main as part of the seventh edition of the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, 2016. The publication features work from exhibiting artists Helen de Main, Samantha Donnelly, James McLardy, Rallou Panagiotou, Carla Scott Fullerton and Sarah Wright, with additional contributions by the writers and academics Louise Briggs and Sarah Tripp.

WORKERS!, PETRA BAUER/COLLECTIVE GALLERY, 2018

Print design and poster for the film Workers! by artist Petra Bauer, which documents the conversations and organising activities of SCOT-PEP, a sex worker-led charity that advocates for the labour rights of sex workers in Scotland and abroad. Commissioned by Collective Gallery, Edinburgh.

INTERWOVEN CONNECTIONS, GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART, 2013

Print design and publication for the exhibition Interwoven Connections: The Stoddard Templeton Design Studio and Design Library, 1843-2005, which examines the history of the carpet manufacturers A.F. Stoddard and James Templeton, as well as the preservation and legacy of the companies’ archives. The exhibition was held at Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Museum and organised by researcher Helena Britt.

Photography by Tian Khee-Siong

STUDIO 58, GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART, 2012

Print design and publication for the exhibition Studio 58: Women Artists in Glasgow since WWII, organised by writer and researcher Sarah Lowndes. The publication includes texts by the artists and writers Aleana Egan, Liz Lochhead, Sarah Lowndes, Louise Shelley and Joanne Tatham. The exhibition was held at the Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Museum. Produced in collaboration with designer Sophie Dyer.

Photography by Tian Khee-Siong

WEBSITE, AT THE LIBRARY, 2020

Visual identity and website design for At The Library, an artist-led initiative sited in Bootle and Crosby community libraries, Merseyside. At The Library creates community workshops and arts events that focus on the civic and cultural role of local libraries, curated by Rule of Threes Arts, funded by Arts Council England and the National Lottery Community Fund. Made in collaboration with web developer Jamie Sterling.

humanlibraries.co.uk