Kingston’s mobile degree show in a van

Working on the principle that if you can’t get the punters to your event, you could always bring the event to them, Kingston graphic design graduates are touring London this week in a van featuring work from their degree show

Working on the principle that if you can’t get the punters to your event, you could always bring the event to them, Kingston graphic design graduates are touring London this week in a van featuring work from their degree show

The van (which was loaned to the students by the KK Outlet gallery) will be parked in various locations in the capital from Monday to Thursday this week starting in the Covent Garden Piazza at Monday lunchtime: you can follow its movements on Twitter @takeshape2012.

The outside is covered in Velcro pads allowing different graphics to be fixed to the sides (including a message to CR editor Patrick Burgoyne, see top). Inside is moving image work from the final year show, which is titled Take Shape 2012.

The show will be at the Dray Walk Gallery, London E1, from July 5 to 9. The show website is here

 

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