This idea for a memorial to deceased pets was GTF’s contribution to ‘Hardcore’, a Royal Institute of British Architects show that explored the design applications of concrete. The concept made use of a process that allows photographs to be permanently rendered into the surface of concrete during the curing process. As the exhibition guide stated, ‘the image – like the memory – never fades’.
Campaign Frieze Art Fair – 2012 campaignCampaign Kvadrat – ShapesCampaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre – 2003 seasonExhibition Somerset House – Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love MeExhibition Design Museum – Kenneth GrangeExhibition Science Museum – Who am I? (2010)Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago – GTF: Resourceful DesignIdentity Pizza Express – Concept RestaurantsIdentity Oki Nami – Identity (2008)Identity Le Printemps de Septembre à Toulouse – IdentityIdentity Design Museum – IdentityIdentity Frieze Art Fair – IdentityIdentity Habitat – IdentityPackaging Herman Miller – FormworkProduct Graphic Thought Facility – MeBoxPublication Dior/Rizzoli – Dior by AvedonPublication Thames & Hudson – The art of typewritingPublication Modern Design Review – Issues 1 and 2Publication Gagosian – CataloguesPublication Charming Baker – Lie Down I Think I Love YouPublication Thames & Hudson – M to M of M/M (Paris)Publication Bloomsbury – Heston Blumenthal at HomePublication Gagosian – Crash: Homage to JG BallardRetail Vitra – VitraHausWayfinding Hult International Business School – Wayfinding