Brighton illustration and graphic design degree show

Visitors had no problem locating Kelly Angood’s work at this year’s Brighton illustration and graphic design degree show. We have the highlights

Visitors had no problem locating Kelly Angood’s work at this year’s Brighton illustration and graphic design degree show. We have the highlights

As well as her name (or initials at least) in lights, Ms Angood showed these cardboard Thomas Demand-style recreations of a typewriter and camera (more here)

 

Across the way, was Joe Luxton‘s hugely impressive installation made from laser cut, folded and mirrored aluminium, on the Buddhist concept of Sunyata in which two different messages could be read depending on the angle of view.

 

 

In an altogether different vein was Jess L Smith‘s Murder Ballad series

 

Edgars Zvirgzdins‘ work was particularly strong – more about his Creep project (left) in a separate post

 

And it was hard to miss Daisy Gam‘s saucy illustrations based on her collection of 50s erotica

 

While Rosalind Monks showed delicate insects cut from gold foil, inspired by specimen cabinets, alongside similarly ornate illustrations

 

And Luke Wright had one of the most consistent displays with a series of music-themd projects

 

This is just a small selection from the show – more here

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