degree shows

Gradwatch: Joseph Ball

We talk to Joseph Ball, a recent photography graduate from Falmouth University, about his degree project Dead Ghosts on TV and the grainy black-and-white aesthetic of his surrealist photographs which he shoots mainly at night.

Gradwatch: Kat Loudon

We speak to Glasgow School of Art communication design graduate Kat Loudon, whose multi-disciplinary work inlcudes posters, placards and embroidered jackets inspired by William Morris, sculptural signage for Glasgow Green and a magazine made using fire and water damaged books from Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Library.

Gradwatch: Michael Curia

We speak to Manchester School of Art graduate Michael Curia, whose portfolio includes some impressive print design, custom type and a beautiful series of photo books.

Gradwatch: Miri Stevens

We talk to Miri Stevens, a recent photography graduate from Falmouth University, about degree show project Curious Continuous, a feast of abstract compositions crafted from curious details found in everyday objects.

Gradwatch: Alan Knox

After touring this year’s degree shows, we’ve selected visual communications graduates from across the UK who we feel have produced outstanding creative portfolios. Here, we speak to photographer Alan Knox, who has just graduated with a first class degree in communication design from Glasgow School of Art and been selected as one of Daniel Blau Gallery’s 5 Under 30.

Gradwatch: Paulina Korobkiewicz

After touring this year’s degree shows, we’re profiling a series of graduates who we feel produced outstanding creative work. Here, photographer Paulina Korobkiewicz discusses her graduation project, Disco Polo, which documents Eastern Poland’s colourful architecture.

Gradwatch: Nathaniel Warnes

After touring this year’s degree shows, we’ve selected visual communications graduates from across the UK who we feel have produced outstanding creative portfolios, and will be showcasing their work on the site this summer. Next up, Sheffield Hallam graduate Nathaniel Warnes whose motion graphics work really stood out at New Blood this year

Gradwatch 2015: Michael Driver

After touring this year’s degree shows, we’ve selected visual communications graduates from across the UK who we feel have produced outstanding creative portfolios, and will be showcasing their work on the site this summer. The first of our graduates to be featured is the talented Michael Driver, from Kingston University’s illustration and animation course…

CR Talentspotting and Degree Show Guide

It’s degree show season, which means that, once again, everyone here at CR will be getting round as many shows as possible in our search for the most exciting new talent emerging from universities this year in our Talentspotting programme. If you are planning on going to the shows yourself, check out our handy guide here plus find out how you can show us your work

D&AD New Blood winners 2014

The winners of D&AD’s New Blood awards scheme were announced at a ceremony in London last night, with two black pencils and 30 yellows awarded to an inventive range of apps, posters and ad campaigns…

LCC graphics and illustration degree shows

London College of Communications’ second summer show, showcasing work from the School of Design, is open to the public until June 27. There’s a lot to see, but here’s a look at the highlights from graphic and media design, illustration and visual media and design for graphic communications…

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