newpollution

newpollution

Jonny Norridge

multidisciplinary design practice

Created for The Nottingham Emmanuel School, this large scale artwork is situated in their central corridor. The brief was to depict the schools “house heroes” and their core value words — ‘hope’, ‘community’ , ‘wisdom’, dignity’. The wall-space measures over 9 meters in length and 2.5 meters in height.

The final piece was create as a collage of digitally manipulated images relating to the heroes. The value words boldly fill the width of the artwork. The college invokes a wall of ripped posters — the visual language featured on streets across the cultures represented by the heroes. The value words and the heroes persist through the layers of ripped posters — expressing their their lasting value and enduring relevance through many years.

Design Matters

Design is a process with spaces for research, exploration, creativity and refinement. Leading us to cohesive aesthetics and smart concepts. The underlying belief of this studio is: good design matters.

newpollution is the design practice of Jonny Norridge. For two decades, Jonny has been producing work for a vast array of clients. Jonny is passionate and approachable. He thrives when creatively engaging in design problems and exploring graphics that communicate effectively. He regularly works on projects as a consultant, solo designer and art director; and where necessary employing the skills of a trusted network of designers and developers.

Contact

Jonny Norridge,
newpollution design studio,
Nottingham. UK

e: jonny@newpollution.co.uk

Overheard

“Jonny is amazing – helped me realise an experimental project (exploring interaction and the creative process). An excellent collaborator” K Coates (NTU)

“We couldn’t be more pleased… Thanks for the creativity, time and soul you poured into the project.” Vineyard Canada

“… concepts looking phenomenal. @jonnyjpg stepping up, taking a good swing and knocking it out of the park.” Mark Crosby VCUKI

“Jonny is a creative tour de force. His thoughtful and considered approach to design is both thought-provoking, motivating and commercially successful.” Andrew Warwick (The Warwicka)

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