Workplace: M-Four Design Studio
Service: Brand Identity / Wayfinding / Advertising / OOH Advertising / Prepress
Client: Central Library
Summary: Manchester's Central Library is an iconic grade II listed building that opened in 1934. It closed in 2010 for a £40m refurbishment and after 4 years it was transformed into a modern, inclusive space that combined historic features with innovative design. As part of the rebrand, M-Four designed a new identity that showcased and complimented the rejuvenated library.
As the lead Creative Artworker, I used the brand guidelines and established creative to generate, maintain and oversee a wide variety of collateral. All materials were made print-ready, ensuring that finishes and spot colours were set-up correctly. Working under the guidance of the Senior Graphic Designer I also provided creative solutions to various bespoke items required by the client.
© Nathan Glover 2019
Senior Graphic Designer: Craig Green
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