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 *

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Mark



The Void of Data


Installation using Arduino and Processing

2021
The world wide web is brimming with content, but having no physical form, where does it go? We tweet into an endless void, never really considering where this information is stored, who is viewing it, and how it is being used.

I chose Twitter as the focus platform for this project, as I find it the most dangerous place for content - people often put opinions or information out there that they wouldn't dream of sharing, were they not hidden behind a screen. Using Processing and Arduino, this installation scans Twitter for tweets under the hashtag #tmi, making a social comment on how we as a species overshare, and how this could have negative effects on our privacy.

 
Mark