Oh Comely Issue 36 Awake


I had the amazing opportunity to work on Issue 36 of Oh Comely magazine as a freelance designer. Each issue of the magazine has a different theme, and the theme for this issue is ‘Awake’. Oh Comely is an indie magazine published bi-monthly in London.
editor Lara Watson
acting art editor Will Jarvis
features editor Frances Ambler
associate editor Jason Ward
junior designer Sabrina Tong
music editor Marta Bausells

with thanks to Kate Pettifer, James Wootton

words – Aimee-lee Abraham, Katie Antoniou, Maggie Crow, Terri-Jane Dow, Linnea Enstrom, Liz Evershed, Sian Meades, Brittany Natale, Olivia Potts, Lucy Purdy, Liz Seabrook, Lottie Storey, Holly Williams

pictures – Laura Allard-Fleischl, Sarah Maria Booth, Gabriel Bucataru, Alice Burnfield, Christian Cassiel, Rachel Caulfield, Paul Edmonson, Fiona Gacki, Kat Green, Clare Hewitt, Sarah Haubaner, Sophie Higginson, Herman Ho, Rachael Hughes, Liv & Dom, Lauren Maccabee, Simon Marsh, Maren Morstad, Gabi Mulder, Alice Oliver, Lauren Reynolds, Kate Rowland, Marija Savic, Liz Seabrook, Julia Spiers, Laura Ward, Jess Wheeler, Rose Wong

printed by Precision Colour Printing

published by Pirates Ahoy! Limited, part of the Iceberg Press family

Check out the magazine



The Pedestrians of Bournemouth

Self-directed brief on the exploration of making the ordinary extraordinary through documenting and gathering everyday data. The pedestrian flow of various areas in Bournemouth is recorded and visualised through the thickness and colours of these extraordinary books.


Final outcomes include five flipbooks and one A1 poster.

See the flipbooks 🙂

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355 Book by Adrian Schnegg

“Schnegg presents his thesis that he completed last year: ‘Errors in Print’. For two months Schnegg screen printed 355 black circles, the idea was to use the advantages of a manual printing method to experiment with effects, textures and marks. A circle shape printed on white paper, centred in the middle of each page was chosen as the format to create a sense of unity whilst still showcasing the differences in experimental processes.“