Salon XIX: Degree Show Launches

Thursday 20 June – Saturday 22 June 2019 This year’s Graphic & Media Design BA (Hons) final year Degree Show, Salon XIX launched with a very well-attended Industry Preview breakfast. The show is open until 4.00pm 22nd June (times below). Graduate work can also now be viewed on the website: https://gmdlcc.com – search there for students by…

Female Creative Leaders of the Future

Creative duo Anna Jobbins and Kate Lloyd met on the Graphic Media & Design course at LCC. They have since gone from strength to strength in the advertising industry and currently work for Havas London. Anna and Kate have recently been included in the prestigious ‘Future Leaders’ list of female creatives by Campaign and Creative Equals.…

Jasmine Engel-Malone: Naked Analogue

Final Year BA GMD student Jasmine Engel-Malone defines herself as both designer and photographer. At her recent self-managed solo exhibition at the Bow Arts Raw Lab, East London, Jasmine showed that her skills transcend both of those narrow definitions, as the exhibition was a display of curation, art direction, branding, photography and applied editorial design.…

Dulwich Picture Gallery Hoardings

Students from GMD have been selected to design a hoarding for the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s new Summer Pavilion 2019. A cohort of designers currently studying for the Diploma of Professional Studies were asked to pitch ideas for a hoarding to announce the new Summer Pavilion while it is being built over 6 weeks. Proposals by…

Brick by Brick

GMD alumnus (and former associate lecturer) Patrick Fry set up his own publishing house, CentreCentre, in order to create limited edition books from unexpected collections, projects and archives. Patrick believes in taking inspiration from the mundane and the overlooked, bringing ideas to life by celebrating visual culture on the periphery. The latest publication from CentreCentre is Brick Index –…

Think Piece: Benedict Povey

Final year student Benedict Povey used his dissertation to look at design responsibility in the industry. As he approaches the end of his course, Benedict sets out his concerns here: In a World of Immediacy, has Debate Become Absent? Immediately satisfying visual content designed to collect followers and generate likes seems to have replaced design…