Oliver Lenain








Major Project - Brave. New. Fashion.
2018

Brave. New. Fashion. is a website-based magazine highliting what is happening in today’s fashion industry and how its future may be influenced by new technology and the increasing desire for sustainability.



bravenewfashion.com






Dissertation
2017

I chose to produce a visual dissertation in the form of a book, with an accompanying narrative of approximately 4,000 words.


I wanted to explore and discover how much technology has changed graphic design and its designers, whilst also questioning our current educational interpretation of graphic design in relation to the multi-disciplinary knowledge required of today’s design student.


Click here for PDF version







Specimen+
2017

Colophon Live Brief - Specimen+

For this brief we were asked to create an extended type specimen catalogue for one specific Colophon font family.

From the provided font familys I decided to develop a type specimen for Space Mono








The Degree Show
2017

Brand identity for Ravensbourne’s Degree Show 2017


Art Direction & Concept
Oliver Lenain, Joshua Burgess, Jordan To

Graphic Design
Oliver Lenain








Reconstructing the News
2017

Did the News finally break?

A feature article relating to the largest data breaches, that fills a large two-page spread with at least one data visualisation clarifying complex matters to a reader. Printed in 1 or 2 colour(s) on Riso.









Power of the Poster
2017

A live brief set by the IOP (Institute of Physics). The brief asked us to to communicate a powerful message about gender imbalance and subject/career choice to school children, aged 14–16, both male and female.









A Recipe For__
2016

This was the final brief of my first year at University. We were given the task of designing a recipe that instead of using large amounts of text to communicate the process we had to use simple pictograms to convey the message.








A Sound Identity
2016

For this brief we were assigned the task of developing a visual identity for a music festival in the form of a responsive one-page site created within Adobe Muse.