ADAM WALDRON

Adam is a Designer Specialising in Print & Digital Communication Design for Creative British Brands and Organisations. Originally from Wolverhampton, Adam is now based in London.

Ba Student at Chelsea College of Arts
Ma Student at the Royal College of Art
Graphic Designer at Burberry
Graphic Designer at Ralph & Russo

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adam.waldron@network.rca.ac.uk
@instagram/adamwaldron

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I’m currently working at the international British fashion house, Ralph & Russo. Working as a graphic designer across print,digital and packaging channels. I'm passionate about all things British design & craft and further using communication design as a vehicle to champion these qualities and services to a global audience.

Before Ralph & Russo I previously worked at luxury fashion house Burberry, working as a designer concepting, designing and guidelining global marketing material for global 360 campaigns across print and OOH channels.

Chosen by Christopher Bailey as the 2015 winner of the Burberry Scholarship Prize during postgraduate study.

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Print Design for Burberry SS19 Campaign W Magazine Gatefold (2019)

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OOH Design for Burberry SS19 Campaign Painted Mural New York (2019)

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Transparent Special DPS Series for Burberry Rebrand (2018)

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Burberry 'Here We Are' Exhibition Fly Posters Paris (2017)

Over the past 6 years I’ve completed numerous successful branding and communication freelance design projects. My most recent project was launching an innovative security device for the Land Rover Defender, The Jetlock. This involved working with the manufacturer of the Jetlock to create marketing material, printed material, social media content, and commerce website. Formerly I’ve designed and created content for Index Machining, Ross Kopi, Elvi and Teafields.

Practising both as an in-house designer and independently has helped me to accelerate the development of my creative and professional skillset. The combination of both working environments has encouraged greater versatility in my design work.

During my postgraduate study at the RCA, I also completed a project for Tour De Coast to design a new coastal wayfinding system for the UK.

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Tour De Coast Coastal Wayfinding Daymark Prototype, Corten Steel H2.8 Meters (2017)

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Scale Model of Daymark (2017)

Contiguous to creating conventional forms of graphic design, I also have a keen interest in areas of industrial and product design. With a particular focus on cradle to cradle design and sustainability, this stems from having a comprehensive range of self-taught making and practical skills shelf taught through engineering and mechanics. I utilise these making skills through making one-off pieces of furniture and upcycled products.

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Bookcase - Simplistic Honest Use of Materials (2018)

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