The Office of Craig Oldham is the eponymous practice of founder and creative director Craig Oldham. Working across numerous disciplines, the studio creates brands, publications, websites, films, exhibitions, and objects – sometimes just for the joy of it! Craig’s work has been recognised by Art Directors Club, D&AD, Design Week Awards, Creative Review, New York Festivals, Type Directors Club, as well as national and international press coverage and exhibitions. Craig has written and designed a number of books including In Memory of Work, a visual record of the UK coal miners’ strike of 1984-85 with a cover printed using coal dust from an old South Yorkshire mine (D&AD Pencil), and I belong to Jesus, a riposte (and graphic celebration) to the 2014 FIFA ruling that players would no longer be permitted to display or reveal any messages of any kind, on any part of their kit, under any circumstances – even if their intention was good. Craig was recently the subject of an exhibition at Whitworth Gallery, Manchester.