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# WORK | Internal

Raw Nerve works on a number of internal projects, which are a means for futhering research and development skills, as well as finding an outlet for creative concepts. Many of these projects evolve from the group's interests in interactivity and the bringing together of communities (online and offline).

-> Interactive Installation | Motion Graphics | Video Production
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Originally created for our entry in The Deptford Design Festival 04, DigiScope is based on the penny arcades of the late 1800s - one of earliest ways of viewing motion pictures. Participating businesses, eco designers and artists in the festival were provided with an industrial recycling bin with a challenge to transform it into a exhibit of beauty and wonder, in some way particular to their working practice. The interface was made from found objects - a coffee grinder handle and a computer mouse. Turning the handle controlled the playback of experimental animations and videos created by members of the Raw Nerve team, and were viewed through the velvet lined peephole. DigiScope was also featured in the lobby of Metropolitan University's Central House and The Houses of Parliament during Recycling Week. You can see a photo of the latter in Adbusters Sept/October 2005 edition, alongside Artmonger's piece "Bling Bin".

-> Brand Concept | Brand Identity | Marketing Material
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Boundless is a new co-operative enterprise set up by local organisations from Lewisham, South-East London (including Raw Nerve). The aim is to create a boundless web of wireless broadband connections serving the needs of the whole community. Raw Nerve created the brand identity and project name, new features coming shortly.

->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".