Elliott Parfrey-Davies

Hi, I'm Elliott Parfrey-Davies, a versatile visual designer based in the South West of England.

I work across a variety of disciplines, both in digital and print, including editorial, typography, iconography, etc. My work process is to strategise, research, and conceptualise based on simplicity. Ingrained within me is Dieter Rams' ideology. I stand for the inordinate power of "good" design.

Having recently finished my Graphic Design degree at the University of the West of England, I am now looking forward to new and exciting opportunities and a long career (hopefully) in the creative industry.

Common Manifestations of Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

A poster series that aims to educate people about the most common sub-types of obsessive-compulsive disorder through simple iconography and typography.

Nature's Order: The Fibonacci Sequence

A print piece and hand-out about how the Fibonacci Sequence can be seen in nature and architecture as a way of creating order. This was a submission for the ISTD 2021 "Putting Things in Order" brief.

Pure O: A Myth?

A poster as part of a poster series that aims to expose the reality of intrusive thoughts associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This specific poster is intended to educate people on the supposed myth of a purely obsessional OCD.

Obsessive-compulsive Disorder and its Stigma

An art-directed image that aims to expose the general misconception of obsessive-compulsive disorder being about cleanliness and order.

Standardised Meat Packaging

This conceptual piece was a response to the RSA 'For the Long Time' brief. The over-consumption of meat is a huge problem. Could the standardisation of the packaging help discourage the consumption of meat products?