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Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre – 2005 season, 2004 (Campaign), image 1
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‘The pit’ is an important part of what makes a trip to the Globe unique. For just £5, audience members can stand, exposed to the elements, at the very edge of the stage, like the groundlings of Shakespeare’s time. In contrast to a conventional theatre they are encouraged to eat and drink during the performance.

The marketing campaign for the 2005 season explored this unique visitor experience. It also navigated the problem of using images from one season to promote another by reducing the stage action to fragments.

Campaign Frieze Art Fair 2012 campaign
Campaign Kvadrat Shapes
Campaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre 2003 season
Exhibition Somerset House Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love Me
Exhibition Design Museum Kenneth Grange
Exhibition Science Museum Who am I? (2010)
Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago GTF: Resourceful Design
Identity Pizza Express Concept Restaurants
Identity Oki Nami Identity (2008)
Identity Le Printemps de Septembre à Toulouse Identity
Identity Design Museum Identity
Identity Frieze Art Fair Identity
Identity Habitat Identity
Packaging Herman Miller Formwork
Product Graphic Thought Facility MeBox
Publication Dior/Rizzoli Dior by Avedon
Publication Thames & Hudson The art of typewriting
Publication Modern Design Review Issues 1 and 2
Publication Gagosian Catalogues
Publication Charming Baker Lie Down I Think I Love You
Publication Thames & Hudson M to M of M/M (Paris)
Publication Bloomsbury Heston Blumenthal at Home
Publication Gagosian Crash: Homage to JG Ballard
Retail Vitra VitraHaus
Wayfinding Hult International Business School Wayfinding