Degree Shows 08: LCC Graphic Design & Illustration
We got to London College of Communication in Elephant and Castle last Friday afternoon to have a look at the Graphic and Media Design work which runs until Friday (27 June). Here is a selection of some of the work we particularly enjoyed...
This poster (and the others shown in the image at the top of the post) are part of ongoing project lookwhatyouvegot.com by Billy Woods and Shaz Madani – where the pair take inspiration from everyday objects around them.
This is one of several striking die-cut posters by Ultan Coyle. Not sure, but we think it's Irish gaelic text.
Set of graphic posters by Clara Terne
Ah, the old finger-over-the-lens image. Apologies! This is a branding project for a grocery store, by Louise Matell
And this is a closer look at the poster...
Cutesy but lovingly put together collage illustrations by Chery Hang Nguyen
Illustration by Emily Woodard
Two posters by Shaz Madani
University of the Arts London - which includes Camberwell College of Art, Chelsea College of Art and Desgign, Central Saint Martins, London College of Fashion, Wimbledon College of Art and LCC - has a website called Showtime, which graduates can upload their work onto. So you can have a look at some of the graduate's work online. Check it out here: arts.ac.uk/showtime
Am off to D&Ad's New Blood tonight anyone else going?
More of the work can be found at the 'Dialogue' website – http://dialogue08.com/
Some really nice work here! Yes the poster by Ultan Coyle is the "Our Father" prayer as gaelige!
The posters by Ultan Coyle were hand cut and not die-cut. It was his penance.
Ah, thank you for that info, Funkle, re Ultan Coyle's posters. It all makes sense now... Our Father... Penance... His posters are really beautiful and my photograph doesn't really do the project justice. And what my photo here doesn't show are all the cut out letters that are are on the floor beneath the hanging posters...
you can see some more images here yousee.ie. Unfortunately the cut out letter on the floor where perceived as rubbish and hoovered up by the cleaners so I didn't manage to get an image.
i take it back... some really good stuff here. congrads.
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