"We originally approached David of Graphic Workman for an important but limited designs-for-cash job following a rebranding of the organisation.
What we received, however, was a creative collaboration which informed not only our future media/marketing identity and tools, but our annual programming and the delivery of our projects. The process of the rebrand touched, informed and finessed our whole approach to who we were as an organisation and what we aspired to be into the future.
Even where David ran with our own ideas, he creatively manhandled them into something much, much better and more original than we could have, to the extent that the LEVEL OUT LOUD newspaper designed by David made Design Weekly. He helped us to look very, very clever and very, very original - an almost impossible task in the arts world in 2016 - and we will be hanging onto him just as tightly as our purse strings will allow."
(Communications & Operations Manager)
Level is a contemporary visual arts centre for adults with learning difficulties. Graphic Workman was asked to help define a new visual identity that celebrated the idea of art that 'difference' makes.
A newspaper periodical, Level Out Loud was also developed to promote the activities at Level and also provide an opportunity to publish new research and projects.