What Does Green Really Mean?

London Design Festival; ‘Emergence’ at LCC: Sept/Oct 2019 #4 What Does Green Really Mean? was initially developed by GMD First Year Coordinator, Craig Burston, for London Design Festival 2014. Four inter-related physical outputs; book, music compilation tape, a collection of objects and sculpted artefacts that remind one of the first time we have an awakening regarding the fragility of…

Journal of Organizational Aesthetics

London Design Festival; ‘Emergence’ at LCC: Sept/Oct 2019 #3 GMD Senior Lecturer Monica Biagioli describes the process of working on a Special Issue for the Journal of Organizational Aesthetics which was launched at the London Design Festival at LCC: I co-edited a Special Issue for the Journal of Organisational Aesthetics dedicated to the Design School’s…

Im-Pressed / Issue #3 / Atomic

London Design Festival; ‘Emergence’ at LCC: Sept/Oct 2019 #1 The Atomic publication is the latest issue in the Im-Pressed series and was launched as part of the London Design Festival, ‘Emergence’ exhibition at LCC. The publication series is designed and edited by GMD Senior Lecturers, Alexander Cooper + Tim Hutchinson, with contributions from a range of writers and…

NY—LON Cultural Exchange

The NY—LON cultural exchange was an opportunity for students from across UAL to collaborate with students from New York and the Shawn Carter Foundation (Jay-Z). Several Graphic and Media Design students were involved in the initial stages of the project. GMD Lecturer Alistair McClymont reports back: “We worked with a brief from the Ford Motor…

In Conversation: Alex Cooper & Tim Hutchinson

The lecture series, In Conversation with Alumni, began with Tony Pritchard (Course Leader, Postgraduate Design for Visual Communication) talking to Graphic & Media Design staff members, Alex Cooper and Tim Hutchinson about their joint practice. For final year student Benedict Povey, this was an opportunity to get more familiar with their approach and reflect on how…

Agitate!-Propagate!-’68!

To mark the 50th anniversary of ‘1968’, a year of global protest and unrest, the Design Activism Research Hub (DARH) is staging an exhibition in the LCC Library with related events for students and staff during May. The exhibition displays visual artefacts and publications related to activist concerns in London at that time; from international…