Archive Series

Commendation

The Fourtwentyseven Archive Series began in 2020, designed to document how we as a studio are able to push boundaries and engage in conversations. The idea was conceived as an on-going dialogue with our clients. To date the project has comprised of 4 published books and a growing instagram feed, with an aim to expand this further in the future. The 4 publications highlight aspects of our studio’s work that are well known and some of projects that might otherwise […]

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Contemporary Performance Practice Graduate Pathways

Nomination

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) is the only conservatoire in Europe to teach across all of the performing and production arts. Their students are driven to create original work, inspire one another and break new ground within the industry. Our brief was to create a publication that was reflective of this ground-breaking approach. The collaborative environment at the RCS is the perfect place for a programme such as the Contemporary Performance Practice (CPP) degree to have grown and evolved. […]

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Into The New 2021

Nomination

Into The New is a festival of cutting-edge performance conceived, created, written and devised by the students from the RCS. These students have devoted the past 4 years to exploring their own artistic practice and how it can best contribute towards positive social and environmental change in our world. The Festival is in its’ 6th year and when we were briefed on the project we knew that this year was going to be very different. The brief from the client […]

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Play Faces

Nomination

We were tasked by the client to create a series of bespoke typefaces to accompany their new brand identity. The identity was created to reflect their principles as a design studio, creativity, passion and storytelling and the typefaces for use on the identity were required to provide the same function. The vision of the identity was to create a series of typefaces for the system that were flexible and adaptable, but still communicated through a consistent graphic language. Each typeface […]

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