A series of posters designed to promote the work of The National Institute of Play. The series embodies a contemporary and playful style that suits the values of the NIFP and seeks to be a reminder that play is an essential part of life and not a luxury.


Maria Windsor


Force For Change

A manifesto revealing a route forward for the UK Police Force to become more aligned with 21st Century Values. Making use of clear infographics, simple explanations and speculative design for ways to fix the issues identified. Force For Change represents a bipartisan way forward that would be able to totally reform the force while avoiding triggering phrases such as ‘defund the police’ that can lead to arguments across political lines.


Seb Lansdowne


Hand Handbook

Spoken language is a broad yet interesting subject. But our hands are also a big contributor to communication.

Hands contribute to expressions. A great population of the world communicate through sign language. Our gestures could communicate something pleasant or something crude. It could be universally understood, or it could be locally understood. Our gestures could make a whole language.

Our hands have the ability to make our day to day talks more interesting.


Aisyah Abd Munir


To my future loved ones

To my future loved ones, is a time capsule containing two publications, two posters and a set of resin artifacts. The projects aim is to help people comprehend the impact that our current decisions will have on the long term. Many of us find it hard to imagine past the time that we are on this planet, and this is an issue. The project puts this into perspective by showing how your actions now could mean your children will not have clean water to drink, or your grandchildren will not have clean air to breathe. We need to be more considerate about the consequences our actions have on the future.


Theo Edkins


Nostalgia: An Exploration

“Nostalgia: an exploration” is a publication exploring the theory, psychology and history of nostalgia. It features infographics, essays and articles around this subject. The publication also contains a section of art directed photographs of peoples “nostalgic objects”- objects that trigger nostalgic feelings for them.


Jess Warner


Labelling Images

This publication explores what sort of politics are reflected when images are paired with labels and the dangers that follow when AI gathers and utilises this bias and harmful data.


Phoebe Jones



From London With Love

This looks into the life of young adult Londoners, documenting their opinions of living in the capital and voicing their love and passion for the place they call home. Through this is an attempt to weigh up if their reasonings justify the extortionate living costs of London which currently plague the city. It’s increasingly impossible for adults to afford living here, and ultimately get themselves onto the property ladder in hopes of eventually owning their own home. This is displayed in the form of an imagery/ typographic based publication using film and digital photography to capture the featuring subjects.


Joseph Christopher