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The Centre for Computing History

When the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge put out a call for a graphic designer, I jumped at the opportunity.

Over the course of two years, I completed several smaller projects for the museum, and created a number of designs based on a set brief from the then-curator, Jason Fitzpatrick. Among those designs were a flyer for an event, Eggy Player One; a T-shirt design based on the Atari 2600 joystick; and a design for the faceplate of an arcade stick, which unfortunately never saw the light of day.

Client: The Centre for Computing History

Work Completed: 2018-2020

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