Peyton’s work draws on her fascination with the artists and musicians of post-war popular culture. In an initial meeting, Peyton made reference to a catalogue of David Hockney’s 1970 Whitechapel Gallery show: its dense layouts of text and monochrome images suggested the extensive notes found on the back of period record sleeves. This approach informed the construction and typography of ‘Live Forever’. A ‘scrapbook’ of rock stars and royalty preceded the formally presented watercolour portraits.
Campaign Fedrigoni – Image libraryCampaign Vitra – Vitra ClassicsCampaign Kvadrat – KittensCampaign Frieze Art Fair – FireworksCampaign Kvadrat – ShapesCampaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre – The Season of Regime ChangeExhibition Somerset House – Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love MeExhibition Science Museum – Who am I?Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago – GTF: Resourceful DesignIdentity Fedrigoni – Paper BoxIdentity Design Museum – IdentityIdentity Frieze Art Fair – IdentityIdentity Habitat – IdentityPackaging Royal Doulton – OlioPackaging Herman Miller – FormworkProduct Graphic Thought Facility – MeBoxPublication Gagosian – CataloguesPublication Fendi – The Fendi SetPublication Richard Avedon Foundation – Avedon AdvertisingPublication Dior – Dior Images: Paolo RoversiPublication COS – Creating with ShapesPublication Gagosian – Gagosian QuarterlyPublication 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