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

Branding & Identity
Individual
2022

Wenzel’s Flavour Nation Campaign

Editorial/Book
Individual
2019

The Anomalies

Motion Graphics
Individual
2020

Do You Accept This Privacy Violation?

Branding & Identity
Individual
2021

HNE.

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
Branding & Identity
Individual
2022

Wenzel’s Flavour Nation Campaign

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

Wenzel’s

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


Now Showing: Your Search History


Typographic motion graphic

2021
Google is your best friend, and here’s why; no one knows more of your deepest, darkest secrets, your hopes and dreams, your fears and hypochondriac medical suspicions. I wanted to create a piece that commented on this fact, looking at the different predictive texts that Google inputs in the search bar, which are often based on your previous search history.

Using @elliotisacoolguy for inspiration, I made a spoof of Google’s logo and search bar, and began thinking up different meaningful searches that would convey my thoughts on Google’s tracking of our online habits. I decided to do variations of questions beginning with the same few words, as Google does, while also showing questions that were a bit silly or would be obvious, to hit home the point that Google records everything, no matter how trivial it may be.
 
Mark