DAVID FRAME


Freelance Graphic Designer and External Liaison Coordinator for the Graphic Communication Design programme at Central Saint Martins, UAL.

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︎   davidframedesign@gmail.com
︎   @davidframedesign

Clients and collaborators include Global Generation, The Wiener Holocaust Library and Knowledge Quarter.

Copyright © 2021 David Frame


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From the Story Garden.

An identity and visual language for a local community outreach project with Global Generation and MAKE @ Story Garden.

Make From Home.

Handout accompanying a bookbinding toolkit distributed to students across the globe.

“I Held a Dinner Party in an Elevator for Graphic Design”.

A dinner party held in an elevator providing a satirical commentary on modern-day social interactions.

Carnival of Crisis.

A series of events and workshops demonstrating that the arts can – and must – respond to the climate and ecological emergency.

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Mixed Pickles.

A designed page spread and concept that uses archived documents concerning Jewish refugee internment camps as a means to promote a family writing exercise.

Am I Being Unreasonable?

A poster series that highlights the absurdities of the controversial parenting site Mumsnet.

Did you Hear the One About Socially-Motivated Comedy?

A written report elaborating on how and why I believe social design practitioners should be engaging with comedy as a means to provoke change.

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Depth of Field 2020-21.

A virtual lecture series in which guest speakers are invited to talk about their design practice and engage in a Q&A with a live audience.

Better Late Than Never.

A London-based exhibition bringing together the works of 2020 Graphic Communication Design graduates.

GCD.STUDIO.

An online platform where CSM’s Graphic Communication Design students can research, experiment, share, publish, exhibit and collaborate.

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Top image credit: London Centre for Book Arts.

Make From Home.

A small handout distributed to Graphic Communication Design students alongside a selection of bookbinding tools and equipment. The design uses abstract shapes that represent the contents of the toolkit. The playful use of colour and shape suggest a sense of playfulness in keeping with the nature of Make From Home.

2021
PRINTED HANDOUT
148 X 210 MM
PRINT RUN OF 550
ROLE: DESIGNER

A5 flyer (front and back). Including information about the scheme and contents page.