Project Adorno are purveyors of ‘beat
poetry and understated, quirky pop songs.’
This distinctive double act use voice,
electronic sounds, a few props and the
occasional acoustic guitar to express
their own unique take on subjects ranging
from the smell of second-hand books and
love affairs with inanimate objects, to poems
about old computer games.
The duo has performed at venues around
the country including shows at the Cheltenham
Literature Festival, Buxton Fringe and Edinburgh
Even some of the most ‘fringe’ of fringe
acts employ increasingly sophisticated
marketing to get bums on seats.
So Project Adorno needed to promote
their appearances with a visual identity
that gave them standout. A level of
reassuring professionalism was also
required to give bookers (and ticket
buyers) peace of mind, whilst retaining
the act’s fundamental weirdness.
The designs tapped-into the duo’s English
eccentricity through the photographic imagery,
which showed some of the props used in the
show. This was contrasted with ultra-modern
typography and colourways, creating an
unmistakable look and feel that clearly set
Project Adorno apart.
Georgina’s work is sleek, slick and original.
She has really helped us to develop a strong
brand for our work and has come up with
some striking publicity campaigns which
have played a significant role in promoting
our shows and recordings.