Portfolio of Freelance Graphic designer Tom Jackson
THE AFRICA FILES
Creation of a booklet and event materials showcasing the insight and brand consultancy Flamingo’s experience working in Africa.
The cover design features black card printed with white ink and a die cut “A” to reveal the African cloth on the inside right.
BRAZIL BEYOND THE STEREOTYPES
Designing the branding and promotional materials for a Flamingo event entitled Brazil:Beyond the Stereotypes.
The washing off of the mosaic make up inspired by the Brazilian Artist Kobra is intended to show what’s beneath this increasingly cliché image of relentless happiness and vibrant colour exported by Brazil.
Branding of Kiosk, a sister agency to Flamingo which offers new technologies which facilitate people connections. The project included designing their website and setting up two trade shows at Kensington Olympia and Earls Court.
Establishing a new look for a series of brochures to be used as sales tools to surgeons. This project also involved product photography and retouching.
Pitch for the branding and implementation of Trans Crisis: The Culture of the Millennial in Crisis.
This event was set up by Flamingo in São Paulo at the Red Bull Cultural Centre to explore how millennials are responding to Brazil’s current economic and political instability.
The idea was to bring the visual language of the current protests for positive change into the venue itself. In part to look like a protest had been staged at the venue before delegates arrived to create a sense of atmosphere and in part to encourage people to write their own ideas for change onto blank pickets.
The branding itself employs colours at opposite ends of the spectrum, angled through each other to imply that without the crisis, millennials wouldn’t be in transition away from the current status quo.
World illustrations for a two-day research and development event.
UNPACKING THE GLOBAL CLASSROOM
Design of this infographic using publicly available statistics about the current state of Global Education. Printed in-house on a three-metre canvas and presented in a workshop with the UN, Unicef and Unilever. Additional copies were requested by the UN and sent to their headquarters in Geneva.