Screen-printing on the Thames

LCC Staff Jack Blake and Barbara Salvadori will run a fantastic screen-printing workshop where you will be able to print your own pre-designed postcard of iconic landmarks with historic, architecture or design significance along London’s watery spine. Artouride’s fabulous mobile printing unit will cycle and stop at two venues along the river throughout the day.…

The Modern Magazine

LCC hosts ‘The Modern Magazine’ curated by Jeremy Leslie (LCC alumni) The Modern Magazine 2014 conference will take place in London on Friday 19 September. Following the successful debut event last year, The Modern Magazine returns with another day of talks and discussions celebrating the power of editorial design. This year we’ll be looking at…

The Power of experience

“When beginning at LCC, I never imagined I would get the opportunity to work with a studio I followed and looked up to. Studying on the Diploma in Professional studies year has given me the confidence to contact Bread Collective and the outcome was that I was lucky enough to spend time in their studio.…

Graduation and beyond.

Shinji Pons graduated in June 2014 from Graphics & Media Design and The Diploma in Professional Studies at LCC and has already been awarded 3 months of free office space in Shoreditch above the Village Underground in an Underground Carriage in a compeition that he entered after graduation. However, life is complicated after graduation to…

The value of waste.

This September two alumni of the London College of Communication (Chris Morley and Rahel Zoller) are travelling to Cairo to improve the quality of paper and products made by the Zabbaleen in Mokattam, Cairo. The trip is in association with the Association for the Protection of the Environment (A.P.E) (link: http://www.ape.org.eg/). Chris Morley is an…

A Girl like Tilly

Diploma in Professional Studies student Ellen Li is returning from her Industry year to LCC in October having been commissioned to illustrate an important new book on the subject of female autism. Below are a few words from Eli and the project. “A Girl like Tilly is a collaborative project I’m working on with a…