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Reassembling Past Futures


Exhibition catalogue, Austrian Cultural Forum London, 2014
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Future Perfect


Public art programme for Bristol, identity and web design, 2014
http://www.futureperfectbristol.org/
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Siobhan Davies Dance


Table of Contents, publication design, 2014
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Siobhan Davies Dance


Web, identity and print design 2013
http://www.siobhandavies.com
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The Strength & Vulnerability Bunker


Exhibition concept and design, Royal Festival Hall, 2013
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Siobhan Davies Dance


Identity, newsletter design, 2013
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The Strength & Vulnerability Bunker


Visual concept and exhibition design, Royal Festival Hall, 2013
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Textile Environment Design


Chinese edition, mission statement cards, Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2013
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Lambeth Treasures


Festival of Neighbourhood, Southbank Centre. Exhibition design, graphics, and audio-visual production, 2013
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Cricklewood bag


Identity design, Borough of Brent, Barnet and Camden
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38 Hoe Street


Project space, shop facade design. Hoe Street shop front regeneration project, 2013
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Marion Trestler


Destination UK, book design, 2013
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Somali community Streatham


Lambeth Council, Gleneagle Road, London, Shop front improvements, 2013
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Arnolfini


Identity and web design, 2013
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Another Austria


Identity, web and print design, 2013
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Arnolfini


Event calendar, Dec – Feb 2012 (cover image by Synth Media), Mar – May 2013
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Cricklewood


Identity design, Borough of Brent, Barnet and Camden
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Bristol City Council


Seeds of Change: A Floating Ballast Seed Garden, signage design, 2012
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Bookworks / Situations


The Master Plan, book design, 2012

The Master Plan by Stephen Hodge acts as a complementary project to the public art programme – Wonders of Weston – commissioned by Situations and Field Art Projects for the English seaside town of Weston-super-Mare, as part of a national regeneration programme.

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Watershed Bristol


Identity design, 2012
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The Wrong Shop


Invite for twentytwentyone, The London Design Festival, September 2012
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Public Access


Identity and web design, June 2012

Public Access was London's first 'Speed Show'. Curated by a group of MA students from the Curating Contemporary Art programme at the Royal College of Art, the exhibition presented internet-based works by a group of American artists for one night only.


http://public-access.org.uk/

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The Wrong Shop


The Weekender, magazine advert design, 2012
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Spike Island, Bristol


Website design and development, January 2012

Spike Island is an international centre for the development of contemporary art and design. A vibrant hub for production, presentation and debate, it invites audiences to engage directly with creative practices through participation and discussion. In autumn 2011 we were commissioned to develop Spike Island's new website, which launched early in 2012. The project, which is delivered in phases, includes a sophisticated event management system, a online shop and intranet for the organisation.


http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/

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Austrian Cultural Forum London


Occasions 13, publication design, 2012

Occasions is a series of publications on themes related to Austria in the wider European historical and cultural context, based on contributions by scholars and artists from both the United Kingdom and Austria.

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The Wrong Shop


Identity and website development for The Wrong Shop, 2011 to 2013

The Wrong Shop is an innovative new platform started by designer Sebastian Wrong that allows the world’s leading designers to explore their creativity with experimental pieces that require unorthodox methods of production.


http://www.thewrongshop.co.uk/

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Situations


Wonders of Weston, visual identity, print and website design, 2010

Wonders of Weston is a programme of public artworks in Weston-super-Mare, part of the national Sea Change initiative, which seeks to support the revitalisation of British seaside towns. It is produced by Situations, a public art commissioning and research programme at the University of the West of England, Bristol, in association with Field Art Projects, an arts consultancy operating in the public realm. Polimekanos developed the identity for Wonders of Weston, its website, print, marketing and advertising material and on-site signage. We worked with Wrights & Sites on one of the commissions – Everything you need to build a town is here – creating designs for the cast iron signs now in multiple locations across Weston-super-Mare.

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Established & Sons


Font clock, typeface design, 2007

Established & Sons is a uniquely positioned British design company focused on producing and representing all that is innovative in contemporay design. Working with some of the world leading designers, architects and artists, Established & Sons since its launch in April 2005 has become highly revered and respected internationally. The Font Clock, an original idea by E&S co-founder Sebastian Wrong, is one of the company's best selling products and features a series of typefaces adapted, created and chosen for the clock by Polimekanos.

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Austrian Cultural Forum London


Newsletter, 2005–2010

The Austrian Cultural Forum (ACF) London promotes cultural contacts between the UK and Austria by organising events and supporting artists and projects in London as well as throughout the UK in the fields of music, performing arts, literature, film, visual arts and through academic symposia, public lectures and discussions. Polimekanos designs most of the ACF's invitations and its event programme, identity and literature. We have created exhibitions for the forum, the signage in the building and recently relaunched its website.

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Caruso St John Architects


Website design and programming, 2009

Caruso St John is one of the UK's most creative architectural practices with a growing international reputation in designing contemporary projects in the public realm. The practice came to public attention with the New Art Gallery in Walsall, a commission won in an international competition in 1995. From these origins in the visual arts, where a sensitivity to experience and context is required, the practice has extended its expertise and now works on a broad range of projects in the public and private realms. Current clients include Tate Britain, the V&A, English Heritage and the Arts Council of England, as well as european housing developers Trudo, the SBB (Swiss National Railways) and the Gagosian Gallery. In 2008 and 2009, Polimekanos developed and designed a new website for the practice.


http://www.carusostjohn.com/

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Invitation cards, 2005–2011

The Austrian Cultural Forum (ACF) London promotes cultural contacts between the UK and Austria by organising events and supporting artists and projects in London as well as throughout the UK in the fields of music, performing arts, literature, film, visual arts and through academic symposia, public lectures and discussions. Polimekanos designs most of the ACF's invitations and its event programme, identity and literature. We have created exhibitions for the forum, the signage in the building and recently relaunched its website.

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OPM Partnership


Identity design, 2008

Polimekanos created the identity, stationery and website design for OPM Partnership – a bespoke party and event specialist, 'providing an elegant, imaginative and creative service that will prove indispensable to both corporate and private clients'.

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Hyphen Press


Morton Feldman Says, concept and book design, 2006

The first of the Hyphen New Series, this is a book of thinking aloud – about music, about art, about making work, about life. Feldman was a wonderful speaker, and much of the qualities of his conversation are captured in this book, both in its text and in its photographs. This book was initiated and designed by Polimekanos, edited by Chris Villars and is published by Hyphen Press.

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Magma


Website design and programming, 2007

Magma opened its first bookshop in Covent Garden in early 2000. Today, it is one of the UK's biggest retailers specialising in books on graphic and product design, typography, advertising, fashion, art and architecture, with stores in London and Manchester. Our design for Magma's first website in 2000 was one of our first major projects. We have since worked with Magma on a number of small projects, and redesigned its website – one of the biggest online resources in this sector of publishing – in 2005.


http://www.magmabooks.com/

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Ignite!


Identity design, 2007

Ignite! was set up in October 2006 to promote creativity in learning. Ignite! works with young people to reveal and develop their capacity for creativity and creative thinking.

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Laban Dance Centre


Exhibition design, 2004

In 2006 the Austrian Cultural Forum and the Laban Centre hosted a number of events and an exhibition on the roots of modern dance in the Austrian expressionist movement in the early 20th century. We developed the identity and programme literature for the event and designed an exhibition display for the Laban Centre's foyer space. View more images in Exhibition Design

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Drove


Spun Lamp, identity and poster design, 2002
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Richard Hollis


Website design and programming, 2007

Richard Hollis (born 1934) is one of the most influential figures in British graphic design. Hollis has worked as a printer, a magazine editor, a print-production manager, a book writer, a teacher and a graphic designer.

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Zoo Art Enterprises


Visual identity, publications, signage and website, 2009

Formally named as Zoo Art Fair, Zoo Art Enterprises is a non-profit organisation, which held an annual art fair from 2004 to 2009. Polimekanos developed the identity for Zoo Art Fair and Zoo Art Enterprises, its website, print, marketing and advertising material and on-site signage.

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