Frith Kerr


Graphic Design – Winner 2003

Frith Kerr studied at Camberwell College of Arts (1992-1995) and at the Royal College of Art (1995-1997). For eleven years she was 
a director and partner of the highly acclaimed studio Kerr/Noble with Amelia Noble. In 2009 she established her own studio 
Studio Frith based in Borough, London.

She works across various media: from books, posters, typefaces, identities to exhibition design, signage, websites for a range of corporate and cultural clients. Clients include: Arts Council, Barbican Art Gallery, Caruso St John, Channel 4, David Chipperfield Architects, Liberty, Modern Art Oxford, Selfridges, Shakespeare Globe, Serpentine Gallery, Tate Modern and Tate Britain, Heatherwick Studio, and Oglivy & Mather NY.

Recent projects include: exhibition graphics and catalogue for the design critic Emily King’s show Quick, Quick, Slow at Design Experimenta in Lisbon in Autumn 2009; a book of photographs by Slim Aarons and Juergen Teller of Hotel Il Pellicano; a book on the avant-garde dancer and choreographer Michael Clark, for Violette Editions; and exhibition graphics for the Victoria and Albert Museum’s 2010 show ‘Quilts—Hidden Histories, Untold Stories’.


About bonny83

I am currently studying at Glyndwr University, North Wales School of Art and Design. Design Communication is the main subject body while also looking at a large variety of the many forms of Art. My main interest is illustration and I am considering illustration for children's books for the future. Art and Design has always been a huge part of my life and i am enjoying taking things further for a possible career.

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