A Festival of Creative Urban Living

Visual identity, website and full marketing collateral for the inaugural festival, curated by experimental architectural practice raumlaborberlin.

The Festival brings together artists, residents, architects, designers, urban planners, thinkers, creatives and many others for a free programme of exhibitions, discussions, events, creative workshops, performances and much more.It was commissioned by MK Council, funded by Arts Council England, and is programmed and curated by experimental architectural practice raumlaborberlin.The main theme is ‘The Built, The Unbuilt and The Unbuildable’, looking at art, design and architecture in urban environments.We undertook the visual identity which included signage, print, merchandise and the design and development of the website.

llustrations by Lukas Hamilcaro

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