Charlie Smith

Charlie Smith

Charlie ─ is a competition winning multidisciplinary designer, calligrapher & 3D artist. Currently living in London, United Kingdom with the dream of conquering the world.




































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1/ Call to Arms

Save the oceans with these bright and empowered 20 something’s from Selectmodel showcasing ocean friendly fashion. 
— Shot by Dan Annett 
— Styled by Fiona Rubie & Maria Comparetto 
— Hair by Fabio Nogueira 
— Creative by Christopher Whale 
— Typography by Charlie Smith 

— Models: @oshearobertson @theoneilson
@felixradford @kirstiebrittain @nandaisaia

 

■ CLIENT: BOAT International
■ ROLE: Brush lettering, Typography
SHOP
2/ Conquer the Day

When you wake up, your day can look daunting. I wanted to give people the inspiration to conquer it, just like conquering a mountain.

 

 

■ CLIENT: Nestle
■ ROLE: Branding, illustration
SHOP
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3/ Cambridge Humanities Review

The Cambridge Humanities Review was established in 2012 as an independent journal of essays and reviews, written by academics, students, and a range of other writers. It covers the latest in literature, politics, current affairs, history, architecture and critical writing, as well as featuring photo-essays and other kinds of art.

It aims to revive the spirit of the Cambridge Review, a fiercely individual journal with a long and proud history lasting from 1879 to 1998, which included writing by figures inclu­ding Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Simon Schama, and John Rawls. Contributors to the new Cambridge Humanities Review have included Rowan Williams, David Runciman, Sarah Symmons, Paul Cartledge, Judith Turner, and Alastair Camp­bell, as well as a regular circle of young writers.

 While an independent publication, as a tribute to its historical roots the CHR carries the motto of the University of Cambridge: hinc lucem et pocula sacra ('from here we draw light and sacred draughts').

 

— Editorial design by Matthew Stuart (Traven T. Croves)

 

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■ CLIENT: Cambridge Humanities Review
■ ROLE: Typesetting, picture editing
SHOP

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