Friday, 28 June 2013

New Designers 2013

Part 2 of New Designers 2013 on July 3 and we are taking part.

The event this year includes, Furniture & Product Design (inc. Industrial Design), Visual Communications (Graphic Design & Illustration), Spatial Design (inc. Architecture & Interior Design), Prime Cuts (Motion Arts) New for 2013 and One Year On.

To find out more information or to buy tickets click here

Come along and visit us at stand VC2 to see the work of Visual Communication students including:

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Designer - The Workshop, Sheffield

c£28k plus benefits

We’re looking for a designer with substantial agency experience to join our busy team, working for clients in government, retail, education and the third sector. From presenting creative concepts and art directing photography, to fast-paced branding and detail-oriented website projects, this is an opportunity to create high-quality communications for a mix of clients including the BBC, RNLI and National Geographic.

Expertise in InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop are must-haves and artworking ability is essential. While you may not have extensive web design experience, you’ll certainly have an interest in, and ideally some knowledge of, digital design and communications.

If this sounds like you, we’d like to hear from you. Send in your CV and examples of your work to

No recruitment agencies please.

We’re always happy to hear from people who have a good track record and even better ideas.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Graphic Design Intern - SpecleSpeak

New Graphic Design Intern Wanted!

We are looking for a dynamic and creative graphic design intern to help us develop our web technology and tablet advertising.

Job Description

You will be given the exciting opportunity to design and develop tablet ads for the world’s leading brands. We want someone who is not intimidated by the prospect of working with some of the biggest names in advertising, and who is willing to push the envelope when it comes to development and design. You must have great communication skills and be able to work well in a small team.

Experience in web design in addition to an excellent working knowledge of Photoshop and AdobeInDesign is essential for the position.

We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible, so please send us a C.V. with your availability and your portfolio, along with a link to any websites you have designed or currently maintain.

About Specle

Specle is a fast growing, London based tech company that is changing the world of print advertising production and leading the way forward in tablet advertising. We work closely with the biggest names in advertising and publishing in the UK.
In tablet, we are helping define what happens - providing one of the first tablet ad delivery system in the UK. In print, we now deliver over 50% of the UK National print advertising volume through our network.

Please send all applications to

Monday, 24 June 2013

Graphic Design Intern - Veeip, London

Graphic Design Intern

This is a great opportunity for a graduate who is looking to build a career in design and development in digital media.

You will already be proficient in the use of Adobe Creative Suite, in particular Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

You are a highly visual, creative individual with tons of initiative and enthusiasm who will relish the opportunity to be in a start up environment. A start up environment means that you will get to do a greater range of tasks than you would in a large corporate, but it does mean that you will be more likely to be pushed out of your comfort zone and so you will need to be willing and able to spend time finding solutions and developing new skills.

You will be creating assets based on design guidelines to be used in apps and on the web. You will also be creating layout designs for sales and marketing documents.

If you have some experience of After Effects or working with video, that would be a bonus.

There will also be an opportunity to be involved in developing some of the design ideas for new versions of the product and new products.

There is potential for this internship to become a permanent employment position in the future.

To apply please email

Matt Jones Puffin Children's prize

‘A beautiful, traditional evocation of messing about on the river – very delicate and delightful’ 
Jacqueline Wilson

‘A fresh and attractive design which captures the friendships between Mole and Ratty beautifully’ 
Francesca Dow – Managing Director, Penguin Children’s

‘A classic feel that appeals to the nostalgic adult who might want to share a much-loved classic with a child. Elegant typography!’ 
Chris Riddell

To learn more about  the ideas behind Matt Jones Puffin Children's Prize visit the competition site here

Friday, 21 June 2013

Creative Internship - Jack Morton in London

Creative Internship available at Jack Morton in London

Do you have Obsessive Creative Disorder?

You’ll know it if you have it. You seem to hoard creative thoughts and awesome ideas. But you know the difference between the good ideas and the bad ones. And you’re certainly not the type who just sees pretty things and paints them.

Maybe you can paint though. Maybe write. Maybe design. But that’s not the most important thing to us. We’re looking at the stuff inside your head; your lateral thinking; your savvies. We’re looking for what it is about you, which makes us think that the industry’s not going to know what’s hit it.

Jack Morton is a marketing agency that prides itself on clever thinking; an agency that receives a huge range of challenging and exciting briefs that constantly keep us on our toes.

Some of these briefs will require us to create brand experiences for things like large B2B events and these are briefs which, if put into the wrong hands, have potential for very, very dull delivery.

But that doesn’t suit us. It makes our bum look big.

And that’s why our clients choose us. Because Jack Morton is all about wetting anything that is too dry. Delivering the most creative solutions to our clients to help them, and us, stand out as ‘ideas led’.

And we are realists. We understand the challenges in not only generating bold ideas, but selling them in to clients. But this doesn’t stop us from being brave.

So, if you think you’re brave enough and brilliant enough to join us, then we’ve got a little challenge for you; in fact, we might even have a career for you.

Closing date is 12 July 2013.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Reminder - Opening of The shop in the Square

A reminder that School of Art and Design graduate, Charlotte Clark will be opening ‘Shop in the Square’ on Saturday 22nd June 2013 from 10am-5pm and you are invited

The shop, funded through the Mary Portas bid and High Street Innovation Fund will sell handmade crafts, handmade chocolates, local designer handbags, home furnishings, gifts, candles, handmade soaps, handmade jewellery, art work and much much more! Products are designed and made by many SAD graduates and other local designers, artisits and crafts people.

For more details, contact Charlotte on

National Open Art Competition

Now in its 17th year, and with an impressive total prize fund of £50,000, the National Open Art Competition is calling for entries for the 2013 competition.

Sponsored by Towry, the Wealth Adviser, this annual open competition aims to nurture creative talent from both emerging and professional artists. Last year’s prize saw a record number of entries; over 2,100 works were submitted from across the UK for consideration by the panel of judges.

Mediums including painting, drawing, photography, original prints, wall hung installations and computer generated art may be submitted for the competition. Art works must be new or recent (preferably in the last 3 years).

The image submitted must be true to the artwork (try to avoid unnecessary background) and the Artist must be its author. The art work shown on the image (s) must be available, if shortlisted, for judging at Goodwood Racecourse, Chichester on 9th September 2013 and the exhibition(s). Approximately 100 works will be selected for exhibitions in London and Chichester in Autumn 2013.

The entry fee is £20 to register and submit one work. Additional works may be submitted at £20 each, a total of six may be submitted for the competition.


This competition is open to all artists and photographers living, or professionally based, in the United Kingdom.

To be eligible to qualify for the young artist prize you must be 25yrs old or younger at the date of the start of the 2013 exhibition. However please note you can be any age to enter the competition and you don't have to be under 25 to win a prize.

Prizes include:

• Towry Award for Best in Show of £10,000
• Photographic Prizes of £7,000
• Young Artist Prizes for artists under 25 years of age

Moreover, up to nine Regional Prizes will also be awarded.

For more information click here
Deadline July 31, 2013

Matt Jones - Penguin Design Award Success

Matt Jones and Howard Reid at the awards ceremony

Many congratulations to Matt Jones who has just been awarded runner up prize in the Penguin Design Awards.

This year's Puffin Design Award set students the task of coming up with a new cover for one of the best-loved children's books, The Wind in the Willows.

Winning designs are being showcased by the Guardian here

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

United Nations Political Cartoon Awards

The United Nations, in its desire to promote the highest standard of excellence in political cartoons, has established this annual political cartoon award given in the international field, and named the award after political cartoonist Ranan Lurie. We have named this award after Mr. Lurie, as we find that his political cartoons epitomize the high standards that we at the United Nations would like to see.
Winning cartoons will be chosen for their high professional standards in art, political analysis of events, projection of events to come, humor, while emphasizing the spirit and principles of the U.N.

The entry must consist of reproductions only. The cartoon reproductions will be accepted only as published, with name of publication, language, and date included, accompanied by a newspaper reprint, and translated into English.
Exhibits are limited to two cartoons per person. Reproductions must be presented measuring no larger than 8 1/2 x 11 inches.

There is no entry fee.

Entries may be made by any professional individual, and should consist of political cartoons printed in any publication published anywhere, in any language.

The prizes are to be announced in October 2013, at the Annual Awards Dinner and at the United Nations, New York. Thirteen prizes will be announced in the presence of the Secretary General of the United Nations, The Honorable Ban Ki-moon.

• First prize, of $10,000.00 and a plaque, will be presented by Dr. Elie Wiesel, Nobel Laureate, Chairman Emeritus of the Judging Committee.
• Second prize, of $5,000.00 and a plaque, will be presented by Giampaolo Pioli, President of the United Nations Correspondents Association.

• Third prize, of $3,000.00 and a plaque, will be presented by Giampaolo Pioli, President of the United Nations Correspondents Association.

Moreover, ten honorable mentions, in the form of plaques, will be declared by Giampaolo Pioli, President of UNCA.

For more information click here
September 15, 2013

Lelo Design Award 2013

Swedish designer brand LELO invites a new generation of innovators, designers and artists to introduce new products and concepts that will facilitate new sensual experiences in ways never seen before.

Applicants are asked to give a personal interpretation of pleasure that pushes sensory boundaries of all kinds. You should create objects, accessories and experiences to enhance the possibility of pleasure in everyday life. It’s time to make creative use of neglected or overlooked ideas of pleasure - positive design for positive experiences!

There are two categories:
• Fashion & Accessories:
In what way can the clothes and accessories we wear become tools for pleasure and entertainment? What playful and unexpected functions could they incorporate? Make fashion fun and explore new possibilities for pleasure.

• Products & Spaces:
Micro-technologies, augmented reality, responsive and smart materials are already changing the ways we interact with objects and spaces. Do something different and think about how interaction can deliver new forms of pleasure.

Submitted work must be original design by the applicant himself/herself that has never been released or published.

There is no entry fee.


Open to all innovators, designers and artists worldwide.

• 1000 € (approx. 1,300 USD) Fashion & Accessories
• 1000 € Products & Spaces

LELO will also promote the winning submissions to the most important design publications globally, highlighting designers’ profiles and concepts. The projects will also be featured on the LELO homepage.
More information can be found here
Deadline:  August 1, 2013

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Graven images

Jeff Leak again spoke about type in the environment at the School of Art and Design CADRE Research Conference.

His talk, Graven Images, presented a study of the graphic iconography and statuary of the cemetery with particular reference to the diversity of typographic embellishment in Budapest’s Kerepesi Cemetery. The imagery that he showed formed a small part of his visual record of lettering from cemeteries around the world – recording their lettering, texture; their relevance to a point in time, their decoration, their ornamentation and statuary.

Some of our greatest typographers have begun their understanding of type by having to carve it into stone.

Eric Gill (buried in Speen Baptist Churchyard) has created his own stone  upon which he states his life’s work to have been stone carver.

John Baskerville, master printer and creator of the eponymous typeface, first made his fortune as a headstone engraver. Today his body lies in Warstone Lane Cemetery, Hockley

Research and contextualisation about carved letterforms and funereal iconography revealed a surprising amount of published reference. Reading around a lot of this work – it more often than not focused on the description, content or context rather than the graphic characteristics of the sepulchers - but it was this particular area that Jeff illustrated and spoke about.

He concluded by showing how this interest had inspired the creation of a number of published designs, some of which are shown below.


Designer/Illustrator - One, Oxford

It’s simple really. We’re looking for a talented young designer with strong commercial illustrations skills to come and play. You’d be working on a variety of projects, across brand, print and digital – some creative and exciting, some grunty but necessary….

As well as your CV and portfolio, we’d like you to:
• Send us a written rant about something – as long or short as you like.
• Make a link between “cake” and “robot”

Oh, so you want paying? Well, we’ve got some money in the pot which is probably less than you’re officially worth, but we hope you’ll happily take it as you’ll be working with a great team of people in a great little company.

If you think you’re the right person for the job, but don’t officially have the right kinds of qualifications or experience – please do apply anyway. This job is not just about what you’ve done, it’s a lot about who you are as well.

Just have to share - An afternoon of printing and cream tea

The Baskerville Society in conjunction with The Typographic Hub present an afternoon of printing and cream tea at Winterbourne House and Garden Saturday 22 June, at 1pm

Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Only minutes from Birmingham city centre, Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world. The visit will include a special demonstration of letterpress printing using equipment of the newly established Winterbourne Press. In addition, the garden is notable for its many hand carved letterforms and sculptures in wood and stone and guests will be taken on a guided tour of these lovely examples of horticultural art. Tea and coffee will be available for purchase in the delightful terrace tea room on the ground floor of the house, which serves tea, cakes and other refreshments throughout the day.

To reserve a place: please email

Members £5: Non Members £10

Monday, 17 June 2013

Junior Graphic Designer - Lancashire

Junior Graphic Designer – Oswaldtwistle Mills

We are currently looking for an exceptional Junior Graphic Designer to join an in-house creative team. This is an exciting opportunity for either a recent graduate who has the right foundations or someone new to the creative industry looking to progress their career in a successful award winning company.

You will be working across all disciplines from print and advertising to web, email marketing and social media - so there will be plenty of opportunities to show off your creativity!

You will be highly organised and an excellent communicator. You will also need an excellent working knowledge of all Macintosh software packages including; In-Design, Photoshop and Illustrator.

Playing a pivotal role in the continued development of the Oswaldtwistle Mills Shopping Village Brand
Designing promotional materials for print and web advertising
Designing point-of-sale material for our retail outlets
Continuous update of content on the company's websites via a Content Management System
Working closely with the Marketing Manager to continually improve email marketing campaigns
Contribute to ongoing website development, enhancement and maintenance

Excellent IT skills and excellent working knowledge of Apple Macintosh software packages including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and In-Design
Think creatively to solve problems and produce new ideas and concepts
Experience in planning workload to ensure that results are delivered within agreed timescale
A strong team player comfortable with a highly collaborative working environment
Strong commercial awareness with the ability to identify opportunities

Educated to A Level, Degree or equivalent in Graphic Design
Commercial experience designing for both the web and print
Excellent knowledge and experience of Photoshop, Illustrator and In-Design
A keen eye for detail
Good written skills
Basic knowledge of HTML & CSS and Dreamweaver would be a bonus
Own car an advantage

Salary dependent on skills and experience (£14-17K)
If you fulfil the criteria please send current CV and samples as directed below

Graduate Designer - Outburst Creative, Brighton

Graduate Designer

Closing date: 09/08/2013 

We are a bright, young, full service design group based in Hove, specialising in catalogue and advertising design. Our focus is on commercial design that gets a response.

We are currently on the lookout for a talented graduate or junior designer interested in gaining experience and a foot in the doorway of a commercially led, varied and busy design studio.

This is a great opportunity to develop your creative skills, and if successful, could lead to a permanent position.

How to Apply:
Please send your CV and portfolio to James at with ‘INTERN’ as the subject line.

Friday, 14 June 2013

Visual Communication awards

Many congratulations to this years Visual Communication award winners. Prizes will be presented during the graduation ceremony at The Grand Theatre in September.

Canon illustrations Prize 
Amy Evans

Dean Prize for Visual Communication 
Sarah Jennings

The RotoVision Award for Excellence in Art Direction

Jing Lou 

The RotoVision Award for Excellence in Visual Identity Design 
Jody Richards 

The Sheaffer Prize for Use of Language in Graphic Projects 
Laxmi Devi Bhatti

The Sheaffer Prize for Outstanding Work on Live Commissions in 

Graphic Communications 
Philip Wynne 

The Cumberland Pencil Company Award for Visualising 

Ben Young

Daler Rowney Prize for Excellence in Graphic Communication

Christos Symeonides 

West Midlands Fire Service Prize for Live Projects with Social Impact 

Haydn Ellis

Express and Star award

Savvas Georgiades

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Vis Comm weddings

This summer we have weddings within the Visual Communication 'family'.

Michael Stewart is marrying Samantha Ives (some of you may know Samantha from the Students Union)

Phil Wynne is marrying Fiona Bird.

And Senior Lecturer Marc Austin is marrying Tracey Orton

Many congratulations to all the happy couples.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Marketing and Communications Internship - Manchester

Sports Creative are looking for a self motivated and well organised student to join the team for a 9-12 month marketing and communications placement/internship.

About Sports Creative
Established as one of the UK’s leading sportswear and sports product suppliers. Sports Creative designs, develops, manufactures and delivers sportswear and sports products to any specification. Please visit our website at

We are a growing sportswear company and want to position ourselves successfully in the global sportswear market with the use of efficient marketing campaigns and strategies. You must be creative and innovative in your ideas, whilst also being able to stay organised and analytical when drawing conclusions and examining a variety of marketing reports. The position will also require you to focus on building our social media platforms and writing engaging and interesting blog posts. A good understanding of SEO, Google Adwords and Google Analytics would be advantageous for the role. The successful candidate would also have an active role along with our Design department on keeping our website updated. Researching potential clients and building databases of current contacts will also be a key requirement for the placement.

A working knowledge of Photoshop will also be advantageous for this position.

All travel expenses will be paid.

We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible so please send us a C.V. and covering letter quickly in order to be considered for this great opportunity.

This position would be ideal for a capable student who is looking for an industrial placement for their university course.

CVs to

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Paid internships - Sheffield

Rise Sheffield is promoting a considerable number of paid internships, for graduates from many disciplines, graphic design, digital marketing, fundraising and account management are just some of the internships on offer. 
Applications are open  until 21st June. To find out more look here

Vintage Sheaffer ads.

Sadly the display of antique Sheaffer pens has come to an end within visual communication. In it's place we now have a selection of vintage Sheaffer ads from the last 100 years.

Monday, 10 June 2013

Shop in the Square

School of Art and Design Graduate, Charlotte Clark has been appointed the manager of new initiative ‘Shop in the Square’ funded through the Mary Portas bid and High Street Innovation Fund.

You are invited to the opening of the new project, Shop in the Square on Saturday 22nd June 2013 from 10am-5pm.

Products for sale include - handmade crafts, handmade chocolates, local designer handbags, home furnishings, gifts, candles, handmade soaps, handmade jewellery, art work and much much more!

So come along and support SAD graduates and other local designers, artisits and crafts people.

For more details, contact Charlotte on

Friday, 7 June 2013

Free 2 day course on self employment

Many of you graduating this year will be interested in pursuing your subject as a self-employed practitioner, and will be wondering how to go about setting yourselves up in business.

The Black Country Chamber of Commerce are running a series of completely free two-day training events, funded by the European Union. See attached flier for details of how to book.

18th & 19th July; 15th & 16th August; 4th & 5th September.

The course covers:
·         Marketing
·         Market Research
·         Taxation, Profit & Loss, Cash flow
·         Access to Finance
·         Self-Assessment
·         Legal Requirements relating to Employment
·         Business Planning
·         Networking

Thursday, 6 June 2013


Location London, W12
Hours of Work 37.5 hours per week

NET-A-PORTER is an established global Internet retailer of cutting edge luxury fashion labels relied upon for its exceptional quality of service and eye for the next big thing. With an expanding domestic and global market, and revenues increasing month on month, critical strategic change is on the agenda, in order for us to achieve the objective of dominating our sector as a truly successful force in online retail.
We are looking for a passionate and talented editorial Junior Designer to work on the newly refreshed NET-A-PORTER online magazine The EDIT. The successful candidate will have proven experience of print or online publishing, an eye for detail, love of design, typography and photography and thrive in a busy and pressured environment.

"Net-a-porter has revolutionised the way we buy designer clothes." Vogue UK

• To produce exciting homepage and editorial page designs to high standards and to tight deadlines.
• To produce additional social media and email assets associated with the magazine.
• Work closely with editorial and fashion teams to plan and execute world class and innovative content.
• Liaise with picture team to ensure the highest possible quality visuals are used.
• Undertake basic retouching, colour balance, cut outs and image extensions.
• Prepare layouts for web production.
• Build strong relationships with web production and work closely to ensure the quality and detail of layouts is maintained across browsers.
• Liaise with external contacts such as photographers and illustrators representing NET-A-PORTER’s brand values to produce the highest quality visual content.
• Provide general support and assistance to team and Online Creative Director in all areas relating to the magazine.

Essential Skills & Requirements:
• Minimum of 1 years editorial design experience for relevant title or brand.
• Good knowledge of magazine process
• Strong design and typography skills and a love of photography
• Advanced knowledge of InDesign, advanced knowledge of Photoshop (for both design and image work).
• Detail orientated and well organised with a healthy respect for deadlines.
• Strong communication and team-work skills
• Good understanding of online/mobile user experience
• Knowledge of the HTML process possibilities/limitations useful.

To apply click here

Directing the designs

A final year student from the University of Wolverhampton has designed and created unique illustrations which were presented at an Institute of Directors awards ceremony. 

The West Midlands Director of the Year Awards has become the IoDs most successful annual event attracting a high standard of entrants. The organisation felt it was only fitting that those who have worked hard to create jobs and prosperity in the region were properly rewarded with a unique piece of art. 

Benjy James Young, who studies Visual Communications designed bespoke digital prints that all related to the individual categories. 

IoD Regional Director, John Phillips, said: "We are delighted we are able to commission work for a new artist and not only provide them with a platform to gain valuable publicity but involve them in our event and mentor them with essential business advice." 

This year we were particularly grateful to Benjy James Young. Benjy produced some very special art work which followed the theme of the six awards, including the prestige IoD West Midlands Director of the Year Award. It means our winners have a very individual and personal trophy and not just a block of glass taken from a shelf in a shop!” 

The University has a strong bond with the IoD who supports the University through their student mentoring activity and utilises the valuable source of creative talent from the School of Art and Design. 

Visual Communications Course Leader, John Clementson said “The Visual Communication team is always keen to create links with the wider business community and we delighted to support the Institute of Directors and further strengthen the university relationship. We are overjoyed with the work that Benjy has produced for the organisation and the experience and kudos gained from taking on such a project will be invaluable as Benjy embarks on what we hope will be a hugely successful career.”

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Last chance to see - vintage Sheaffer display

There are only 3 days left to see the vintage Sheaffer pen display within the Visual Communication final show. Be sure to take a look at the beautiful pens, pencils and stunning vintage advertisements.

Graphic designer - Scratch, London

Graphic designer - London
Salary: Project based / day rate Scratch meals CLAPHAM, LONDON

Scratch is a small food brand producing fresh meal kits: all the prepared ingredients and a recipe to cook a meal from Scratch.

We have been asked to develop a new range by one of our customers and are looking for a designer to help develop some new brand concepts and packaging for the project.

Please email with examples of work - anything in food is a benefit but not essential - and a short note of work history. Happy to consider all level of experience.
How to apply:

Creative Design Internship

Graphic Design Internship
Salary: Expenses
Creative Design Internship. 4 - 12 weeks internship starting (July 1st onwards) - LONDON

We are recruiting for an In-house Graphic/Packaging Design internship for a 4 - 12 week period. You will gain a wealth of experience from a creative, fun and dynamic environment. You will be working with a small but energetic team, being immersed in the creative process from start to finish. Responsibilities will include designing and amending packaging, stationary design, product photography, image treatment, product videos, print material and other ad hoc jobs.

Requirements :
Passion for packaging, print design and creativity (essential)
Photo treatment skills (essential)
Software skills in Photoshop and Illustrator (essential)
Brand awareness
Design qualification (FDA, HND, BA hons,)
Great team player
Willingness to listen and take instructions
Willingness to contribute ideas
(tea making skills)

No commercial experience is required. 4 – 12 weeks. Basic expenses covered with the occasional perk.

Please only apply if you have the relevant skills for the position (Photoshop and Illustrator) and or can stay in London for the duration of 4 – 12 weeks.
Please send you CV and portfolio to:

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

RSVP - show comments

There have been some wonderful comments about this years Final Show. The Dean of The School of Art and design Dr Bryony Conway has described this event as "The best yet".

During the Private View 1000 visitors enjoyed seeing this years displays. Many of those viewing the RSVP exhibition have left some very kind comments. The show is open to the public until Friday 7th June

Monday, 3 June 2013

Just Have to Share - Alan Fletcher Archive

Alan Fletcher goes down in history as one of the most influential and highly regarded figures in graphic design. 

The Alan Fletcher archive has been established by his daughter and is an ambitious website which documents his life’s work, the website is the very best collection of Alan’s creative legacy.

Founder of Fletcher/Forbes/Gill in the 1960s and Pentagram in the 1970s, Fletcher is regarded as the man uniquely responsible for defining British Graphic Design, renowned for his sharp-wit applied across design, illustration, identities, literature, advertising, calendars and toys.

To visit the archive click here

Saturday, 1 June 2013

Final show - the displays

The Visual Communication final show has opened and the work of final year Illustration and Graphic Communication students is on display. Visitors can see a great selection of different projects displayed throughout the third floor rooms. The exhibition is open to the public until 7th June. The images shown here give a snap-shot of just a few students designs.

Well done and congratulations to all those exhibiting

Post 'Final Show-the people' shows the celebratory atmosphere on private view night.