De Beauvoir Association:

Lending a hand to a community group

De Beauvoir Town is a conservation area tucked in between Islington and Dalston. The DBA, a community group, was formed in 1970 to save the area from demolition. Disbanded after a successful fight, De Beauvoir Association formed again in 2004. Known for its much loved black and white quarterly newsletters and annual events held in De Beauvoir Square and the local crypt, De Beauvoir Association was in much need of a facelift. Shortening its name to DBA, revamping its logo, designing the newsletters and launching a new website, I have actively worked with the Association over the years as an enthused resident of De Beauvoir Town.  

Crafting the logo

Comic strip published in a DBA newsletter to capture residents' general bemusement at unusual permanent road closures, making way for the Cycle Super Highway

A copy of a recent newsletter