Southbank Centre illustrates summer festival experience

The Festival of Neighbourhood activity is based around an illustration by Chris Dent that reflects the festival experience being developed on the Southbank this summer.

Another example of the arts centre conceiving an uplifting and inclusive idea to stretch a modest marketing budget to its limit.

Brand: Southbank Centre

Client: Richard North, marketing manager at the Southbank Centre

Designer: Liam Relph

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