Rosie Farrow

Degree Show 2023

Rosie Farrow

BA Graphic and Communication Design

My aim as a designer is to tackle briefs which could help real world problems, no matter how broad or niche they might be. I have enjoyed using my final year to combine my illustration and art skills with my digital software expertise. I have recently become interested in information design, especially in a medical context and hope to explore this in my next stage as a designer.

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There are 5952 species of endangered foods around the world threatened by demand for high yield crops or simplified methods of food production. For my final project I created a fictional brand that could bring forgotten foods on the brink of extinction to the luxury market as rare specialist food products. The forgotten food emporium aims to showcase the unique flavours, colours and heritage that have evolved with each food item through intricate hand painted illustrations and luxury packaging.

Promotional Animation: Hand-painted illustrations of the history and heritage of the endangered food create an intricate animated scene.

Lantern Inner Packaging: The inner layer of packaging which serves the purpose of holding the food product, transforms into a lantern to allow the customer to continue enjoying the product. The lantern which features hand-painted illustrations layered to create an intricate scene, can be illuminated with a tea light and used as a table centrepiece.

Around the world, women rely on self-dialogising bladder pain without resources to make an informed decision on what the different types of potential diagnoses of their pain may be aside from a common UTI. To combat this, I design this flowchart to assist women in communicating and self -diagnosing bladder pain, as well as help healthcare workers diagnose bladder pain.

Bladder Pain Diagnosis Flowchart for Women: A flowchart for at-home self-diagnosis of bladder pain symptoms and a tool for communication between patients and healthcare workers.

One in four hospitality workers have experienced poor mental health, however workplace culture has restricted people from talking about it. 86 (meaning to reject or cancel) the stigma is a campaign designed to slot into the workplace, with tea towels featuring talking prompts encouraging employees to ask their co-workers how they are really feeling.