An advertising campaign for Brighton Girls, the renamed Brighton & Hove High School, an independent school founded in 1876.
Ad agency Gravy wanted to get away from the traditional documentary style imagery and to create stylistic set ups using coloured backdrops.
Each execution had a different look mirroring the quirky and individual nature of the school.
All of the models were actual pupils of the school, ranging from years 1 to 13.
In this poster, NASA provided us with an image of the moon surface for us to use in our collage.
The 48 sheet poster (6 x 3 metres) dominated Brighton station.
On social media, the creative included an interactive 360 degree image showing one girl trying 12 different instruments.