Oliver Munday is a graphic designer living and working in Washington, DC. Along with his studio in DC, he co-founded “Piece”, a socially based design collaborative, with Bernard Canniffe and Mike Weikert. Piece believes that designers can play a significant role in positive change and social justice.
3 Dimensional alphabet created from melted plastic army figures.
Oliver’s work has been recognized by many of the major design publications including PRINT, CMYK, TDC, Communcation Arts, STEP magazine’s 25 freshest minds in design, Young Guns 7, and in 2010 was named as one of PRINT magazine’s “20 under 30,”.
The extent of his work runs the gamut from infographics and illustrations for such publications as Newsweek, Business Week, More, and Time magazine, as well as designing book covers, packaging design and promotional material for corporations such as IBM.
Illustration/info-graphics/typography for a feature article in Boston Magazine.
Feature illustration for TIME magazine….another article on the struggles of health care reform.
Book cover for Penguin Books.
Poster for an art college conference in Miami. Co-designed with Bernard Canniffe.
Poster for the Atomic Books. Author Hanne Blank’s novel: Virgin: The Untouched History.
Illustration for Conde Nast Portfolio Magazine.
See more of his designs on his website.