Benjamin Bostock

Designer

+44 (0) 7868446279

bb@benjaminbostock.com

Selected Works

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Geometry and Form


180pg book showcasing studies of geometry and system, breaking down form to its basic fundamentals through various studies on line, dot, composition, grid, transformation, light and tone. A collection of typefaces designed through system and process were then realized in response to the studies, which are featured throughout the book.


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UoH Graduate Show


Signage and wayfinding for University of Huddersfield's Communication Design Graduate Degree Show, featuring Incline Mono from the Geometry and Form study.


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The Bridge Interiors


Calm and elegant, The Bridge's identity and webstore help their well-crafted and quality interiors stand out from the pact.

thebridgeinteriors.com


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GG: Live Fast, Die.


A zine styled response to the exploration of GG Allin’s visual grammar and tone of voice. Featuring a curation of photography, language and work from the life of GG Allin.

Limited hand-made edition of 10.

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Endemic Skate Store


Various collections designed and shot for Endemic, from 2010 to current. Other work ranges from skateboard decks, through to web design and posters.


endemicskatestore.com

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Beggars Vintage


Art direction and co-owner. Beggars began as an experiment in purveying quality vintage in a well designed and curated format. Showcasing garments and collections from designers such as Ralph Lauren, and from other credible designers which have made provenance in street culture over the last three decades.


beggarsvintage.com

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Posters


1. AD&A Graduate Degree Shows 2014. A series of posters and other promotional material designed for UoH's graduate shows.

2. Glory Glory 2014. An exhibition and book of posters based on various football chants for British Blind Sport. Poster reads "who to be a, who to be a terrier", with the braille dots resembling two figures stood on a pitch. The colours chosen are the same used in colour-blind tests.

3. Asphalt: Holme Moss. Data and statistics collected from Strava and placed into a series of posters and a magazine.

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