Celebrated film-maker Vivienne Dick was a key figure in the No Wave movement in New York in the late 1970s, and has gone on to produce an extraordinary body of work that is internationally recognised.
Picking up on the use of filters and skewed camera angles in her Super-8 work, we created a strong visual approach to presenting and packaging her work in print form. An old typewriter was used to create hand-crafted, lo-fi typography. The use of colour filters over beautifully distressed imagery fits the rawness and sensitivity apparant in Dick’s work. Image-led design uses full bleed, close cropped stills and includes reprints of sound notes and posters from the late '70s.