As a graphic designer for Oxfam, I had the opportunity to work on some exciting campaigns, including the Make Poverty History campaign at Glastonbury in 2005. Working with copywriter Richard Hamilton, I designed a series of banners that aimed to raise awareness about global poverty and encourage festival-goers to take action.
The banners featured bold typography and eye-catching graphics, with cheeky messages such as "Udder madness" and "Drugs for all" emblazoned across them. Our aim was to capture the attention of festival-goers and inspire them to take action, whether that be signing a petition or making a donation to Oxfam's poverty-fighting initiatives. We wanted our banners to stand out amidst the colourful and vibrant atmosphere of Glastonbury and make a lasting impression on those who saw them.