Inspired by ripped posters and typography underneath the night lights
Graduate of Central St Martins and critically acclaimed, Mimi Forrest’s work is inspired by everyday environments and the remnants of ripped posters and typography. Building pattern through layering and the intriguing low-level relief naturally created by this disposable street-level art, Mimi captures the essence through new surfaces that are sometimes two-sided, pleated or folded. For Cut, Mimi created a collage from fragments of found typography translating this to a design full of irregular edges and unexpected lines, in a colourway inspired by the light of night.
Graduate of London’s famous Central St Martins School of Art & Design, Mimi Forrest’s work has received critical acclaim. Shortlisted for several awards, her work is defined by a curiosity and love of new places teamed with the traces, tears, peels, layers and colours of fragmented manner.See More
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