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Belgians on tour

One of our Erasmus partner colleges, Sint Lucas in Ghent, visited recently to take part in the shared launch of our ‘Manifesto’ project. Entitled ‘Sell Your Soul’, this project asks second year students… Continue reading

Woodblock workshop

Have a look at some gorgeous imagery produced by second and third year image-makers. These tests came out of Mark’s woodblock workshop, that ran on consecutive Mondays recently. We followed this up with… Continue reading

Scott King lecture

An excellent talk from Scott King recently, outlining his colourful career choices and ideology. Not content with art directing Sleaze Nation and i-D magazines, Scott moved into the fine art world and detailed his… Continue reading

Penguin one-day workshop

A manic day of making experimental bookjackets! Having won second and third prizes in the Penguin Design Awards in previous years, we now need to go one better. Using weird and wonderful materials… Continue reading

Burnt Sugar live drawing event

D-Studio invited us down to a live drawing event in Borough Market, London SE1, designed to find new talent to package Burnt Sugar fudge. Bucks graduate Jess Wilson was commissioned to cover the… Continue reading

Well done Josie!

Some images, as promised, of Josie Kibuka getting her Penguin Award, and the piece of work concerned. This is a heavily-subscribed international competition, making third place a brilliant achievement. This will stand Josie… Continue reading

Josie: a new star!

A massive well done to our very own Josephine Kibuka, who has just been awarded Third Prize in this year’s Penguin Design Awards for her cover artwork for James and the Giant Peach.… Continue reading

Candid images

The Show translated well to Candid Arts gallery in Islington and was well attended. Thanks to Jakob for the these fine images. On now to D&AD!

The London shows: Candid Arts, Islington

The Show now moves to London at the first of two venues in the capital. Everything folds up into a van and emerges blinking in Zone 1 sunlight, on Thursday 23 June in the… Continue reading