Peter Quinnell has been working with the team at BBH on the relaunch of The Guardian's 'Own The Weekend' campaign.
Peter created the main poster, featuring a collage of visuals of weekend activities as well as a series of posters for each of their weekend supplements. All the included imagery is taken from the Guardian and Observer picture archive.
The release of the ad ties in with a redesign for the paper, which brings elements of the Guardian's digital design into the print offering. Read more about this on Design Week, here.
The work is being used nationally across all media, keep an eye out.
For more on Peter Quinnell, and to see his portfolio click here.
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