Red&Grey

Red&Grey is a concept-driven design and branding studio based in Dublin. Established in 2003, we engage in national and international projects of varying scale and capacity. Working closely with our clients, we help create brands that are designed to live, adapt and grow.

Process: Our design process is created by connecting our Irish strengths: conversation, storytelling, humour, empathy, resilience and our skills as designers: research, humour, curiosity, play, imagination and observation.

Research: We want to see what everybody else sees, and think what nobody else has thought. Research is about being curious and wanting to know more. It is about needing to have more information in order to create more informed solutions.

Studio Principles: Everything starts with a conversation / If you want an interesting answer, ask an interesting question / Curiosity drives research / Balance aesthetic with substance / The quality of our relationships define the quality of our work / Design for consistency, allow for change.

   


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Studio sketches

Change Lab 2018








Change Lab 2018, Publications, 2019

The change lab is a critical space for learning, thinking and re-imagining the possibilities of how art and design curriculum in second level can be taught through a development education lens.

The book was created by highlighting the pedagogical approach through graphic symbols and by showcasing the various case studies from the lab, each displayed on different coloured and textured papers.

The poster was created by highlighting the various case study teams from the lab, each displayed as a different coloured ring. Together they form an engaging graphic that reflects the question of mining the past to make sense of the now.

The book was created by highlighting the pedagogical approach through graphic symbols and by showcasing the various case studies from the lab, each displayed on different coloured and textured papers.

The poster was created by highlighting the various case study teams from the lab, each displayed as a different coloured ring. Together they form an engaging graphic that reflects the question of mining the past to make sense of the now.