TIM HOLLOWAYFreelance Design and Art Direction.
To contact me, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
I create luxury fashion identities, curate exhibitions, stage large scale installations and projections, and dabble in critical design theory. I studied BA Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins, graduating in 2012 with First Class Honours.
I have worked with:
Annoushka Fine Jewellery,
Anti Design Festival,
Harper Collins Publishing,
Laurence King Publishing,
O: by The Observer,
Neville Brody @ Reseach Studios,
and many others.
- A selection of my best projects posted on this blog:
Alexander McQueen Tree Print
Crystal Tree at Christies Auction House
Anti Design Festival
Silent Poster Sale
Tank Magazine Illustrations
Alexander McQueen Poppies Print
Physicality of Light
Fried Egg for Breakfast
Tag Archives: Tim Holloway
I have just completed the design and build of a new, refined and minimalist website for luxury fashion consultant, Mirabel Edgedale. The site is live now at http://www.mirabeledgedale.com Mirabel Edgedale specializes in branding, marketing, public relations and sales of … Continue reading
Continue Reading the entire book here. My degree show installation, CHAOS: Designing Unpredictability. A 300 page book contained within a 3m high interactive wind machine. The book was written in collaboration with Harry Wong. For details on visiting my Degree … Continue reading
My major project of research that makes up the bulk of my Degree at CSM centres around the concept of Relational Design. I have written extensively on this topic as a progression from my dissertation on Altermodernism. I have written … Continue reading
Look book I designed for Wesley Harriott featuring the shoot I art directed with photographer Jayden Tang, as a follow up to the website and identity I designed.
My full dissertation is available online. You can view the plain text version here, and the designed version here. The result of a years worth of research, I hope by allowing others to read, discuss and engage with my text … Continue reading
To document the INBETWEEN Exhibition, I produced this guide that shows the work of each contributor and an explanation of the concept and theme behind the show. The 36 page guide comes with an A1 two colour screen printed cover … Continue reading
INBETWEEN — Turning Deadspace into a Showcase. I organised and curated this exhibition aimed at transforming the empty and unused spaces throughout the new Central Saint Martins building at Kings Cross into student-led gallery spaces. The project aimed to bring together … Continue reading
Edition of 12 unique screen printed posters designed for the Silent Poster Sale, held at the distinguished St Bride Typography Foundation. The quote is taken from a dubious crystal healing website — which, for a reasonable fee — would balance … Continue reading
My designs on the walls of the Annoushka boutique at Harvey Nichols London. The store graphics and more christmas decorations in the Annoushka boutique in Liberty’s of London.
I have designed all of the interior graphics for the Annoushka boutiques nationwide. I have worked on this artwork from the very beginning, from the raw images of the jewellery, to creating the colour, art direction and feel; and most … Continue reading
The advert I designed for Annoushka has just been published in the Couture Supplement of the December issue of Condé Nasts’ Vanity Fair.I have been working on these ads for the past 3 months—retouching the photographs, reworking the composition, and … Continue reading
I was commisioned by Annoushka and artist Bouke De Vries to create a display case for the 18ct gold, diamond and ruby encrusted Applecore pendant that they designed for an upcoming charity auction at the world renowned Christies Auction House. … Continue reading
I’m really excited to post the first preview images of the forth coming collection from Wesley Harriott, designed by good friend Ricky Harriott. I am working closely with Ricky to create his brand, and have so far designed his identity, … Continue reading
I have just been interviewed by the lovely Julija Ka for Creative and Busy. You can read the whole thing here.
Last week my artwork started to be installed in MADD, a boutique mango desert restaurant on 53 Rupert Street in the heart of Soho, moments from Piccadilly. Theres much more to come, this is just the first instalment. These images … Continue reading
For the past month I have been employed as the soul Graphic Designer for Annoushka Fine Jewellery, working in their studio just off of Sloane Square in Knightsbridge. Today my first double-page spread Ad that I have designed was published … Continue reading
Along with five other Saint Martins students, I was invited by Laurence King to attend an ideas forum to discuss redesigning their current website.
Pop up shop open for business! Come along to the private view tonight (Wednesday 8 June)!
Getting ready for the Pop-Up shop starting this wednesday, 8th June. Hope to see you there! Check out the website for full details.