Offset London: Graphic Though Facility’s Andy Stevens on transforming Hult International Business School

Creative festival Offset kicked off in London today, with talks from Erik Kessels, Johnny Kelly, Seb Lester, Rachel Thomas and more. Andy Stevens also gave a fascinating insight into Graphic Thought Facility’s wayfinding and identity work for Hult International Business School in East London – a collaboration with architects Sergison Bates, interior designer Fiona Kennedy, Why Not Associates’ Andy Altmann and London print studio Jealous…

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