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Bread Collective: Murals for The Festival of Neighbourhood

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Graphic Design: Great new updates from the ever excellent Bread Collective

Like many of you I fight a constantly unsuccessful battle against the emails that pile into my inbox and so it’s hard to overestimate the importance of an eye-catching subject line. Those few short words have the power to hone in my scatty attention on the contents within and something like new updates from creative powerhouse the Bread Collective have me at hello. As ever the east London studio don’t disappoint; the identity work for online store Such & Such is smart and stylish but it’s the amazing murals for the Hayward Gallery on London’s South Bank that really stand out. They were created as part of the gallery’s Festival of Neighbourhood and bring the poetry of Cheryl Moskowitz to life on huge 35ft long concrete walkways which stretch 22 metres above the ground. These bright hand-painted pieces juxtapose with the brutalist surroundings and prove once again that Bread’s emails are a great source of inspiration.

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Bread Collective: Murals for The Festival of Neighbourhood

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Bread Collective: Murals for The Festival of Neighbourhood

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Bread Collective: Murals for The Festival of Neighbourhood

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Bread Collective: Murals for The Festival of Neighbourhood

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Bread Collective: Murals for The Festival of Neighbourhood

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Bread Collective: Such & Such branding

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Bread Collective: Such & Such branding