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  Fedrigoni 365  is a project to commemorate the year 2018 by asking leading UK-based creatives to contribute the Fedrigoni annual Calendar designed by  TM . The book can be purchased  here  with all proceeds will be going directly to the Make-A-Wish charity.  Dotto contributed a design for the 29 September, which is the festival of Michaelmas in traditional Christian calendars and known as one of the 'quarter days'. It was believed that the Archangel St Michael was a protector against evil during the winter months. The illustration is made up of  quarters with the top and bottom depicting good against evil.

Fedrigoni 365 is a project to commemorate the year 2018 by asking leading UK-based creatives to contribute the Fedrigoni annual Calendar designed by TM. The book can be purchased here with all proceeds will be going directly to the Make-A-Wish charity.

Dotto contributed a design for the 29 September, which is the festival of Michaelmas in traditional Christian calendars and known as one of the 'quarter days'. It was believed that the Archangel St Michael was a protector against evil during the winter months. The illustration is made up of  quarters with the top and bottom depicting good against evil.

  Women in Print  is an exhibition that celebrates the life and achievements of 22 iconic female figures who've made a significant contribution to Manchester. Dotto contributed a print of the late and lovely Caroline Aherne as a Fairy Godmother sprinkling spaghetti hoops and hilarity from her magic fork.  Print available to buy from  womeninprint.uk  with all proceeds going to Manchester Women's Aid.

Women in Print is an exhibition that celebrates the life and achievements of 22 iconic female figures who've made a significant contribution to Manchester. Dotto contributed a print of the late and lovely Caroline Aherne as a Fairy Godmother sprinkling spaghetti hoops and hilarity from her magic fork.

Print available to buy from womeninprint.uk with all proceeds going to Manchester Women's Aid.

 As part of the  Design Manchester  festival, the Anthony Burgess Foundation held an exhibition of re-imagined classic book covers by a host of designers (Burgess ReCovered). Dotto contributed a re-interpretation of Burgess' 1985 — a dystopian vision of the present influenced by the themes in the book.  Featured in  Creative Review  and  Design Week

As part of the Design Manchester festival, the Anthony Burgess Foundation held an exhibition of re-imagined classic book covers by a host of designers (Burgess ReCovered). Dotto contributed a re-interpretation of Burgess' 1985 — a dystopian vision of the present influenced by the themes in the book.

Featured in Creative Review and Design Week

 Created to launch Studio Dotto. Animated by  James Huson.

Created to launch Studio Dotto. Animated by James Huson.

 Created in support of working parents for the  March of the Mummies  organised by  Pregnant Then Screwed  and  Manc Mamas  in association with  Women in Print .  This series illustrates the five demands presented to the Government for changes to legislation to improve protection for women against pregnancy and maternity discrimination, and to increase access to justice where such discrimination occurs.

Created in support of working parents for the March of the Mummies organised by Pregnant Then Screwed and Manc Mamas in association with Women in Print.

This series illustrates the five demands presented to the Government for changes to legislation to improve protection for women against pregnancy and maternity discrimination, and to increase access to justice where such discrimination occurs.

  Plan Bee  is a bi-annual social event that brings creative freelancers and small studios based in Manchester together. Dotto contributed a type piece for the associated exhibition based on the theme 'Connections' and inspired by the Arcade Fire appearance at Castlefield Bowll as part of the Manchester International Festival.  Print available to buy from  Plan Bee

Plan Bee is a bi-annual social event that brings creative freelancers and small studios based in Manchester together. Dotto contributed a type piece for the associated exhibition based on the theme 'Connections' and inspired by the Arcade Fire appearance at Castlefield Bowll as part of the Manchester International Festival.

Print available to buy from Plan Bee