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10 OCTOBER 2014

Design agency Seismik uses moiré pattern to clever effect

"The packaged printed grill gives people the power of transformation through movement. ... The outer packaging with its printed grid means as soon as people pull the insert out it will cause the effect without instruction needed. As well as the primary kinetic piece on each side there is a secondary more subtle one in the background."

(Nottingham design agency: Seismik)

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2014animation • Backlit galleries • folding gallery wall spaces • folding geometry • folding moving spaces • Frank Kent • gallery programme • geometrical patterns • grid pattern • grill • illusionistic imagesinteractive elementskinetic animation • kinetic piece • mailshotmoire patternNottinghamop art • op art approach • optical effectoptical toyperceptual organisationprint media • printed grill • printwork • promo mailshot • Samuel Morely • Seismik (agency) • Simon Dunn • superimpositionvisual effectsvisual illusionvisual patternvisual recognition • visual superimposition • whole forms

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
20 APRIL 2010

2010 NTU Graphic Design Degree Show Viral Ad and Invitation

"A successful pitch brief to produce the promotional material for the Nottingham Trent University Degree Show in summer 2010. We devised the campaign identity '111' to represent 111 graphic design graduates under a simple, easily recognisable identity. The logo is formed from 111 dots, each representing one student.

With each iteration of the logo, the chosen media afforded us various ways in which to present the identity."

(Toby Edwards, 2010)

Fig.1&2 "Nottingham Trent University Degree Show 2010", created by Toby Edwards, Luke Elliott & Joe Stephenson.

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111 • 2010animated ad • dots • final year students • Joe Stephenson • Luke Elliott • mailshotmoire patternNottingham Trent UniversityNTUNTU Graphic Designoptical effectoptical toypromo mailshotstencil • Toby Edwards • UKviralvisual communicationvisual designvisualisation

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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