CR Talentspotting now live on digital screens across the UK

Creative Review has teamed up with JCDecaux to showcase graduate art and design talent across digital screens UK-wide, running in rail stations, malls and supermarkets from today

Glasgow School of Art graduate Alan Knox‘s Schengland project – on display as part of the CR Talentspotting scheme

Creative Review has teamed up with JCDecaux to showcase graduate art and design talent across digital screens UK-wide, running in rail stations, malls and supermarkets from today…

How Edinburgh College of Art graduate Ailsa Johnson‘s work will look on site at St Pancras station

For our Talentspotting project – set up in association with Creative Translation – we have selected work from 20 graduates to appear on the screens, including illustration, photography and animation.

Each site is captioned with the graduate’s name and university as well as a URL for our project page on the CR site where full details of their work – and where to see it – can be found. The Talentspotting homepage is here.

Maciek Martyniuk – aka Yo Magick – is a graduate of Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dublin. Examples of his Nice Posters will be on display as part of our Talent Spotting series

Honey Parast‘s work will also feature on digital screens across the UK. Parast is a graduate of Plymouth University

Central St Martins’ graduate Heeen Kang‘s illustrations will also feature

Our graduates come from all over the UK and their work will be shown across over 1,000 landscape and portrait screens, reaching 50% of the UK population. The initiative is part of JCDecaux’s ‘Beframeus‘ series of editorial projects, which launched October 2014.

The sites include rail hubs nationwide – from Euston, King’s Cross, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, St. Pancras, Victoria and Waterloo in London, to Brighton, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Piccadilly, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield, York to name but a few.

Glasgow School of Art graduate Alan Knox‘s Schengland project will be shown as part of the Talentspotting scheme

Abstractions of London’s Barbican Centre, captured by Andrew O’Dell, a graduate of Middlesex University, will also be shown as part of CR Talent Spotting

Retail screens in major shopping destinations such as Bluewater, Intu Lakeside, Bullring (Birmingham), St David’s (Cardiff), Liverpool One and Eldon Square (Newcastle) and Brent Cross (London).

“This inspirational showcase will put the work of new design talent in front of an audience of millions, celebrating the next generation of artists,” says Russell Gower, creative content director at JCDecaux. “We are delighted to bring Creative Review’s Talent Spotting initiative to our screens, part of our Beframeus editorial schedule across our digital channel.”

We are profiling many of the CR Talent Spotting graduates as part of our ongoing GradWatch series on the blog. You can find out more about our 20 graduates chosen for the Talent Spotting initiative at creativereview.co.uk/talentspotting.

In association with Creative Translation

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