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-> Tobias Warwick Jones
-> Graphic Design | Illustration | Motion Graphics | Music Production
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Tobias’ Graphical skills range digital forms like Web media, Animation, and Identity to analogue forms such as Illustration and Paint. Although a Junior Designer, he has shown a great willingness to learn and grow into new areas even he thought impossible. Known for his love of many forms of music Tobias also takes a keen interest in graphic novels and always has a new comic project on the boil. Before starting work at Raw Nerve, he ran his own recording studio in Greenwich, in which time he was able to learn all the skills of an Audio Engineer and Producer. This also gave him a chance to explore the realm of music related graphics and media. Often working with bands on their entire public presentation as well as producing their records.

Favourite saying: 'That's a bit un-pro'.

Below are some examples of commercial and personal projects this Team Member has recently worked on

->Life Is Suite
-> Illustration | Interiors
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'Life Is Suite' is a sofa discovered in the back streets of Deptford. It has been re-upholstered so that imprinted on it, like a memory, are all the imagined stories of its life so far. To read the stories the sofa has to be explored and interacted with, lifting cushions to reveal tales and listening to sounds coming from deep within, which unravel the intimate secrets of its past.

'Life Is Suite' is currently being exhibited at Cherry Picked, in Royal Exchange (see the Cherry Picked link below).

->Freelance Hellraiser
-> Brand Development | Illustration | Website
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Raw Nerve designed and produced The Freelance Hellraiser website for Sony. The site centres around a personna for the hellraiser, a futuristic troubadour travelling the galaxy, his garb a mish mash of things found on his travels and his guise - a hare's head. The aim was to strike the balance between the future technologies and an earthy grounding to his character. The site is all about exploration, as you click on sections of his body you zoom in on different areas to reveal more detail. The site is enhanced with sound and interactive animations, as well as a detachable jukebox where you can listen to all the hellraiser tracks.

->Deptford Design / London Design Festival
-> Brand Identity | Hosting | Website
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Raw Nerve has designed the Brand Identity, Website and Marketing Materials for the Deptford Design Festival for the last two years. In 2005 the participants, companies and artists based in Deptford, created a book with the question 'What's So Great About SE8?'. The website showcases work from the book, information about each participant and provides information about where it can be purchased. The design remains simple but fresh so as not to conflict with the many different styles of the 22 contributors. The navigation is also designed to be simple and easy to use.

->Zombie Disco
-> Brand Concept | Brand Identity | E-Flyer | Hosting | Marketing Material | Motion Graphics | Newsletter | Online Marketing Material | Website
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Zombie Disco is the mutant brainchild of Upsidown and Raw Nerve, who share a passion for music and have years of DJ and promotion experience. The nights, which have been going for the past 18 months across some of London's most reputable night clubs including Cargo and 93 Feet East, and a residency in Deptford's infamous underground spot Bubblegum. The Guardian Guide has rated the night in its top 5, while Time Out rated the night at Cargo featuring innovative electro funk band Spektrum in its top ten music events. The striking visual identity has been developed for posters, flyers, VJ visuals, badges, stickers and mix CDs and have become collectable items. The 2000 and growing database receives regular viral e-flyers, while the website features DJ mixes and video out takes featuring out-takes featuring the "rejects from Michael Jackson’s Thriller video".