Oliver Hilliker

Graphic & Motion graphic designer. Based in Edinburgh & Glasgow. My practice focuses on investigating visual aesthetics through combinations of tactile and digital matter for printed matter, publications and design for screen.

I hold an MFA in Graphic Design from Glasgow School of Art and a Ba in animation from Edinburgh College of art.


Feel free to get in touch for futher enquiries.


Features 
It’s Nice That—2019


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Law magazine

A entry for Law magazines poster compitition. Spreading  positivity during stage times.
“we’ve all got to look out for each other if we are going to get through this”. 

April 2020



Fundraiser

A fundraiser for those affected by the Australian bushfires. A country left in ashes, looking to rebuild. The identity reflects this.

This event is not a celebration of Australia Day as it stands & we would like to pay our respects to the First Nations people & give recognition for what this day means to them.

Jan 2020



Abi Radford

Branding for local Scottish photographer Abi Radford. The identity references classic photography film packaging and the mechanics of the camera’s aperture.

+ More on this project coming soon

Mar 2020







Supper Club

A trend of supper clubs spread across our instagram feeds, popping up everywhere between luxury Airbnb’s to pricey shops, branded as ‘evenings of fine wine’. Ingredients such as scallop, kohlrabi and pine being plated up as the hired photographer documents the nourishing fare. Tickets are released to the public ‘the social group of the organisers’, the lucky few gather round the oak table and enjoy their contrived, photogenic supper. Meanwhile a group of so called petty criminals, neds, stand under a concrete bridge, lit by flickering street lights, casting intimidating shadows in the surrounding streets.

2019






Fresca Pasta

Fresca pasta is a small independent weekly handmade pasta pop up restaurant residing in the Scottish capital. Ran by Andrew McHarg. The brand ended up as a collage  style, paying homage to European 1950’s advertisement with a colour scheme referencing Italian flour brands, the chalky white and slate red bringing together these elements to form a narrative.

- Website

2019—2020