Degree Shows 08: Royal College of Art (Show 2)

Karen Lacroix’s Now Now Now Now poster looks from a distance like it’s been painted. Closer inspection reveals the letterforms are made entirely from imagery from Google Earth. Snowy landscapes become less snowy. A comment on the effects on global warming
The Royal College of Art show is always one we look forward to here at Creative Review. Such a wealth of interesting projects – from posters and books to typographic exploration, projects that explore interactivity, great animation work and new product design. We had a look yesterday at the Communication Art & Design work and couldn’t help but notice that collaboration between the students seems to be a recurring theme this year. We took a few photos on our journey round the show…

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