Graphic Communication

Alex Noakes

A graphic design project focusing on the anthropomorphism of branding, an opportunity to develop a personality-laden identity seen across numerous media for a fabricated exhibition.

Alexandra Vidodo

A ‘shock-advertising’ 3D modelled motion graphics of a baby within the fetus that is slowly suffocating by a leading supermarket-chain plastic bag, this stark and shocking campaign is supported by various graphic posters.

Alexandra Warner

A motion graphics title sequence inspired by the dark, macabre Japanese Urban Legend ‘Kuchisake Onna’, this was accompanied by multiple thematically staged character photographs to design and generate varying publicity material.

Biel Lelliott Chimenis

A documentary book designed around boxing, capturing the brutality yet beauty of the sport, reflecting on the notion that boxing cannot just be ‘played’ but rather an individual journey to be experienced.

Frances Briffett

Graphic branding for an unsigned rock band, inspired by Greek mythology, Daedalus is known for building the Labyrinth, hence designs are modelled from a Greek statue and made to look like a maze.

Harry Carman

A graphic design user interface project that developed a new touch-sensitive app for the college that cleverly synthesised the complex system of managing non-attendance and academic outcomes.

Jack Bevan

Having developed a completely new illustrative styling within digital software, this promotional film poster captures the dystopian world of Metropolis through the elusive and delicate tapestry of futurist buildings.

Jack Woodgate

A graphic communication project that investigates the principles of design, moreover the opportunity to use original photography, design and promote these practices into a fictitious exhibition that blends interactive displays with visually rich media to enable the visitor to explore, deconstruct and question.

Jerry Main

A graphic communication project that involved the corporate branding of a newly formed architecture firm ‘Rook’, to accompany this launch a Tudor-modernist diorama was handcrafted to scale.

Lily Amels-Baker

A graphic pattern was made by researching Greek architecture and colonnades that was then translated into bespoke interior design fashion decorations.

Max Warry

Obedience is a fully illustrated, stark graphic novel that depicts the 1962 Milgram obedience Experiments, an immersive postmodernist palette of drawings that capture the series of social psychology experiments in a newly cultivated language.

Tess Barber

A stop-motion graphic with accompanying exhibition posters celebrating Antonin’s Artaud’s work and his influence on the surrealist movement. Artaud was a theatre practitioner and essayist from the early 20th century and is mainly known for creating The Theatre of Cruelty.

Toby Archer

Album cover designs for a new band including the song ‘The Bends’ an illustrative and motion graphics idea that explored the notion of decompression sickness when experiencing pressure changes underwater; the notion of difficulty thinking, of outer-body feeling and dizziness.

Tom Watson

Using minimalist yet sophisticated design branding to contrast the organic forms of the bespoke jewellery, a project that took inspiration from the thematic of the sea and developed into a full series of organic yet fluid jewellery.

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