Lauren Dutch is a multi-disciplinary designer and visual communicator based in London.

Index / Motion Graphics / Branding & Identity / Editorial & Print / Art Direction


SELECTED WORKS
Publication Pitch
Team
2021

The Valuable 500

Editorial/Book
Individual
2019

The Anomalies

Motion Graphics
Individual
2020

Do You Accept This Privacy Violation?

Branding & Identity
Individual
2021

HNE.

Art Direction
Team
2021

Wenzels

Publication Pitch
Individual
2019

KBE Drinks

Art Direction
Individual
2021

Manifesto For A Surveilled State


MOTION GRAPHICS
Hero Video
Team
2022

Indigo Volunteers

Social Media
Individual
2021

Romilly Wilde

Installation
Individual
2020

Stone-Faced Stalkers

Motion Graphics
Individual
2020

Now Showing: Your Search History

Motion Graphics
Individual
2020

Do You Accept This Privacy Violation?

Motion Graphics
Individual
2020

Concerning Contraception


BRANDING & IDENTITY
Logo Identity
Individual
2022

Creative Marketing Council

Brand Identity
Individual
2021

HNE.

Brand Identity
Individual
2020

Greek Grill Cafe


EDITORIAL & PRINT
Publication Pitch
Team
2021

The Valuable 500

Publication Pitch
Individual
2021

KBE Drinks

Editorial/Book
Individual
2020

The Anomalies

Editorial/Newspaper
Individual
2019

The Death of Privacy

Editorial/Print
Individual
2019 →

Selected Publications


ART DIRECTION
Art Direction
Team
2021

Wenzels

Arduino/Processing
Individual
2020

The Void of Data

Art Direction
Individual
2020

Manifesto For A Surveilled State

Installation
Individual
2019

Walk A Mile In My Shoes


OPEN TO WORK *

design@laurendutch.com

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Mark



Manifesto For A Surveilled State


Art directed, hand-made flag and digitally coded manifesto.

2021
In a society where our every move, both online and offline, is capable of being observed, I found it shocking how few were actually aware of the lack of privacy they had. I wanted to reflect this using a classic social symbol, used to represent all a nation stands for - a flag.

Designed and embroidered digitally, I chose to have the world at the centre of the design, placed within a ‘Big Brother’ eye of ones and zeros, to represent how we are not watched by human eyes anymore, but by algorithms. I art directed this in front of my local council building, which is in charge of the surveillance in my local area, as well as being a very brutalist style building that fits with the dystopian nature of the piece. I also wrote a manifesto, putting the new norms of our society into words, and coded this into an interactive piece, allowing the user to reveal the truth by clicking on images of surveillance methods to strip them back from the text.

 
Mark