Degree Shows 08: Camberwell College of Art (MA Illustration)

On Friday we got to Camberwell College of Art’s MA show where there was much to see. Here are some of the highlights from the Illustration show…

by Hyo Jung (Veronica) Ha

On Friday we got to Camberwell College of Art‘s MA show where there was much to see. Here are some of the highlights from the Illustration show.

Book by Hyo Jung (Veronica) Ha
Hyo Jung Ha (who signs her name as Veronica) created a book, The Sun Tree, by laser cutting images into thin wooden pages. The book’s pages are bound together with tiny metal hinges and it even has its own wooden slipcase

More illustration by Yann Brien
Prints and collages by Yann Brien –

Illustration by Yann Brien

Illlustration by Mark Oliver
One of several surreal illustrations by Mark Oliver –

Illustration by Camille Aubry
Camille Aubry’s exhibits displayed a graphic novel style…

Illustration by Camille Aubry

Illustration by Conrad Steen
Illustration by Conrad Steen

Detail of comic strip by Conrad Steen
Detail from a comic strip by Conrad Steen –

More from CR

Nice work

Comfort ad, agency: Ogilvy London. Creatives: Sue Higgs, Tony Haigh. Production company: Thomas Thomas Films. Director: Jim Gilchrist
It’s Friday, so it must be time for a round-up of some of the brilliant things we’ve seen and heard recently at Creative Review Towers. First up is this amusing new ad from Ogilvy in London, which reveals how a naturist family is torn apart by the irresistible softness and fragrance that Comfort fabric conditioner gives to clothes.

D&AD Student Awards

The winners of this year’s D&AD Student Awards were announced last night. Here’s our pick…

Wilfrid Wood & Friends…

One of artist Wilfrid Wood’s most recent commissions was this portrait of the Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner
for online fashion retailer asos’ magazine. The below feature on Wood’s work appears in the current issue
of CR, where readers also have the chance to win the sculpture…
Wilfrid Wood has almost run out of room: there’s barely a patch of wallspace left in his house, the majority of it taken up by sketches, drawings, paintings and sculptures. Some are by friends and relatives but the majority are by the outsider artists whom Wood collects. His own sculptural work is displayed in the lounge: there’s a toned half-naked biker, a portly character bending over (entirely sans togs) and a man with a monkey’s head coming out of the top of his own. This is strange stuff. Designer toys these are not…

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