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Oxford Oratory

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Graphic Design / Logos & Typefaces / 2009

The Reaffirmation & Renewal campaign has been launched to raise funds for a development programme at the Oxford Oratory. This will include the redecoration of the Church of St Aloysius, built in 1875 and designed by Joseph Hansom, a well-known church architect who is perhaps more famously remembered as the creator of the Hansom cab. Much of the original Victorian design was concealed by later generations. Roundel's logotype branding, designed for the Oxford Oratory campaign, references the detailed stencilling and architectural features that are being rediscovered as the church is restored to its former glory. The flourishes within the animated version created for the campaign website also reflect these developments.

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