Thursday, September 26, 2013

Deptford Is Forever

Deptford Is Forever is an art project for Deptford X Contemporary Arts Festival 2013, the theme of which was Art Makes People Powerful, set by the lead artist Bob & Roberta Smith. A tattoo design was printed onto paper bags for high street traders to distribute to their customers. The bag design carried the message Give Us Back Our Bloomin' Anchor as a form of protest against the removal of the town's only remaining symbol of its maritime heritage.

T-shirts and cotton shoppers were produced to advertise the project, and various graphics were produced to promote a day of free anchor tattoos at the high street's custom tattoo parlour, Kids Love Ink, and an Anchor Procession through the market featuring a large cardboard anchor made by artist Laura X Carlé. A website has also been designed to document the project. See

Nobulus on tour

Programme for Nobulus Theatre Company's UK tour (A3 folded to 1/3rd)

Plus more posters (A0, 6-sheet, 4-sheet, posters for phone kiosks), invitations and adverts. Here's one for the Independent on Sunday...

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Logo design for Deptford 500

FiveToNine designed the Deptford 500 logo for local campaign group Deptford Is... which was printed onto T-shirts that were sold at the Build The Lenox stall at Thames Festival. The logo marks the quincentenary of Deptford Dockyard which was founded in 1513 by Henry VIII.

Artwork was also produced for Build The Lenox's cotton shoppers that features a painting by Richard Endsor. All work was done as a voluntary contribution to the campaigns.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Cycling Instructor

A5 flyer for Free Family Cycle Training in Tower Hamlets. Plus vinyl banners for Dr Bike.