#35 (Re)Designing Your Work Process. Jonathan Ellery.

This is the third episode of the (Re)Design Your Life series which will explore how the lives of individuals across the globe are getting on. How their lives have changed, what their coping mechanisms are and insights into what the future holds for us.

 

In this episode, Vince chats with good friend Jonathan Ellery about how his career as an internationally acclaimed designer, new work process innovator, artist and publisher has prepared him for the events surrounding COVID-19.

 

Founded some twenty years ago the independent design studio, Browns, has continually received accolades and world-wide recognition to their name with featured clients including FIFA, Channel 4, Design Council and BAFTA.

 

In 2005 the publishing arm, Browns Editions, was formed from a fascination with the materiality of books. This manifested into an on-going series of collectible artist publications. In addition to this Ellery began his own multi-faceted art journey.

 

Ellery’s method of thinking is focused on redefining a new work process, one that is immersed in freedom as opposed to being driven by a finite selection of known working parts.

 

His considered approach has aroused attention in the art, design and publishing industries, specifically in Japan, where the distinction between such fixed categories has long been disregarded.

 

Where will this lead us? How can this approach be used to (re)design a different future?

This is the third episode of the (Re)Design Your Life series which will explore how the lives of individuals across the globe are getting on. How their lives have changed, what their coping mechanisms are and insights into what the future holds for us.

 

In this episode, Vince chats with good friend Jonathan Ellery about how his career as an internationally acclaimed designer, new work process innovator, artist and publisher has prepared him for the events surrounding COVID-19.

 

Founded some twenty years ago the independent design studio, Browns, has continually received accolades and world-wide recognition to their name with featured clients including FIFA, Channel 4, Design Council and BAFTA.

 

In 2005 the publishing arm, Browns Editions, was formed from a fascination with the materiality of books. This manifested into an on-going series of collectible artist publications. In addition to this Ellery began his own multi-faceted art journey.

 

Ellery’s method of thinking is focused on redefining a new work process, one that is immersed in freedom as opposed to being driven by a finite selection of known working parts.

 

His considered approach has aroused attention in the art, design and publishing industries, specifically in Japan, where the distinction between such fixed categories has long been disregarded.

 

Where will this lead us? How can this approach be used to (re)design a different future?

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