Curtis Rayment







Graphic Designer from the South Coast of England. His practice focuses on investigating visual aesthetics through combinations of tactile and digital matter. Currently working at Our Place














Beyond the Screen
Publication
Beyond the Screen explores the digital behaviours of an interface screen through the approach of physical materiality. The actions Drag and Drop, Copy and Paste and Minimize have been
explored using objects and tactile procedures to demonstrate the idea of embracing the physical procedures of the past with current tools can develop new perspectives on the form and function of existing technology. 



Acts of Making
Exhibtion Catalogue
Acts of Making presents a Graphic Arts Festival celebrating emerging talent from the BA Graphic Arts at Winchester School of Art. Acts of Making recognises collaboration and process across Graphic Design, Illustration, Motion Design and Photography.

The four pathways came together to showcase
a diverse range of self-curated projects through a
wide spectrum of media. The festival explores the collaborative and cross-disciplinary practice
involved in the acts of making.

Together with
James Aspey
Lukas Keysell
William Street
Thomas McGrath



RISE
Brand Identity
Brand Identity for a new collection of healthy carbonated soft drinks. Rise comes in three organic and vibrant fruit flavours that awaken
you for your day ahead. 

— Visual Identity
— Website Design
— 3x Products


















The Alley (Event)
Printed Matter



A series of printed poster for
the events at The Alley.  

— 16x11.5 Risograph Prints




Typographic Exploration
 Workshop
  



An exploration into the process of interpretation towards typography through practical methods.
Workshops enable individuals to visually experiment through physical engagment
of tactile letterforms.

— 16x11.5 Risograph Prints
— Physical Letterforms






CaNa
Workshop, Printed Matter

An exploration into the visual representation
of the term ‘Archive’. Inspired by Dadaism
and Marcel Duchamp's’ ‘readymades’ theory, research explores the concept of generative design through a workshop that engages an innovative analogue procedure.

Replicating the handmade craft of print stamps,
a physical tool kit was constructed that adopts the visual language of the workshop whilst enabling participants to form contrasting outcomes. Following the practice of Dadaism upon
creation. 

— 16x11.5 Print
— 10x8 Risograph Archive Book
— Interactive Tool Kit


Lineage
Publication, Artist Book

In collaboration with students at the Winchester School of Art we designed a publication for India Lawtons' Lineage for the touring exhibition
British Art Show 8. 

Printing and production was achieved
as a collective whilst documenting
the entire process.

— 8x5.5 Risograph Book
— 16x11.5 Risograph Print
— 1:03 Process Film