Jack Collins

About

Jack Collins is a multidisciplinary graphic designer. Originally from Dublin, Ireland he now lives in New York and works at Pentagram. He designs brands, books, magazines, identities, icons, websites, apps, animations, packaging, signage, experiences and long bios. 

Experience

Designer
Pentagram (New York)
2015 – Present

Visiting Lecturer
IADT (Dublin)
2016

Designer
IBM (Dublin)
2015

Awards

100 Archive Selection
2015, 2016, 2017

Winner – Digital Design
IDI Graduate Design Awards
2015

Commendation – Visual Communication
IDI Graduate Design Awards
2015

IADT Faculty of Film, Art + Creative Technologies Thesis Award
2015

Merit
ISTD Student Assessment
2015

Freelance Availability

Available for freelance work.

Education

First Class Honors BA in Visual Communication Design
IADT, Dublin, Ireland
(2011 – 2015)

Exhibitions

Future Proofed 2015
Dublin, Ireland

IDI Graduate Design Awards 2015
Dublin, Ireland

Affiliations

AIGA

ISTD

IDI

100 Archive

Experience

Designer
Pentagram (New York)
2015 – Present

Visiting Lecturer
IADT (Dublin)
2016

Designer
IBM (Dublin)
2015

Freelance Availability

Available for freelance work.

Education

First Class Honors BA in Visual Communication Design
IADT, Dublin, Ireland
(2011 – 2015)

Awards

100 Archive Selection
2015, 2016, 2017

Winner – Digital Design
IDI Graduate Design Awards
2015

Commendation – Visual Communication
IDI Graduate Design Awards
2015

IADT Faculty of Film, Art + Creative Technologies Thesis Award
2015

Merit
ISTD Student Assessment
2015

Exhibitions

Future Proofed 2015
Dublin, Ireland

IDI Graduate Design Awards 2015
Dublin, Ireland

Affiliations

AIGA

ISTD

IDI

100 Archive

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Project Credits

Research, Concept & Design

Jack Collins

Project Description

Completed as part of the 2015 ISTD Student Assessment under the theme of ‘Milestones,’ the initial aim of this submission was to explore the milestones of human memory – namely the mind’s journey from perception to recollection. However as the project progressed, this scientific narrative was developed alongside the more human and personal aspects of memory.

The result was a book with a dual narrative: one half dealing with the literal journey of a memory through senses, neurons and synapses. The other with ephemeral excerpts of real memories and stories. This content was self-authored, gathered through research and a series of interviews. The typography, imagery and design of the book serves to contrast these two very different sides of the same subject.

This project was awarded a Merit by the ISTD, one of four awarded in Ireland that year.

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