Endangered languages is a typographic project about three endangered languages; Jèrriais, Guernésiais and Sercquiais, and the extinct language Auregnais.

The project consists of modernist posters, designed in the international typographic style (commonly known as Swiss Design).

Swiss Design is that which favours simplicity, legibility and objectivity above all else. The use of sans serif typography, strict grids and asymmetrical layouts is essential to the style. The style has always been seen to be one of the most effective means of communication in graphic design. An apt format for a study of endangered languages.

The posters have all been typeset using Linotype Helvetica® Neue, designed by D. Stempel AG in 1983.

Skipton Open Studios celebrates the wealth of talented artists and makers in Jersey and is now in its eighth year. This popular event sees local artists open their studios or take up residence in unusual sites around the island. The public is invited to engage with artists, learn about their practice, and to purchase or commission work directly.