Rory Wilson Graphic Design BA (Hons)
Filmface is a promotional campaign to encourage young people to look at film
in a fun and different way. A way that avoids piracy laws telling them off and
shoving scary information in their faces. I created the idea of Filmface to enable
people to capture their “film face” which is basically their facial reaction to the
current film they are watching. People can then upload and rate the numerous
faces online with friends. Along with various competitions such as “face of the
week” and “guess the filmface”, the campaign idea could become addictive
and very fun!
The main idea is to get young people to have fun with film more and respect legal
ways of acquiring media. Various methods of easy and legal ways to acquire
and stream film are mentioned on the website of Filmface.
Name: Faith Wangari
Phone numeber: 07534990147
For my independent studies i had to explore the benefits of ballet for male cohort
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Graphic Design (Visual Communication)
This is a sample of work I have produced in my final term at Derby University. I enjoy working with logo design, branding and advertising. I feel my strengths include the use of illustrator, and eye for detail and a desire to progress and grow as a designer through experience and learning.
Projects exploring pattern based architecture through photography.
Alex Phipps (illustration)
I wanted to create a body of work inspired by the text Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. I wanted to capture the mood and themes from the book. I used collographs as my main method of generating work.
I have chosen the main body of design from my most recent project about advertising art and design within the East Midlands.
The idea was to create an open workshop to help get the community involved in creating their own art through various methods and workshops.
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David Broom (Graphic Design)
I’ve chosen a brief that sums up the kind of design I like to do.
Create a portable cabin wrap and Play&Play logos for the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham.
I used the ampersand as water flowing below the name of the sport to bring all the elements together.
I went very vector based for the wrap as I felt this complimented the logo’s.
I have chosen illustrations from my latest project, which dealt with difficult issue of losing a parent. I believe that children should be brought up in a loving and understanding environment that allows them to develop individual judgment and sense of moral and social responsibility. These hardly can be fulfilled without books, which are frank and honest as well as true to life, books that explore and challenge different even the most difficult subjects.
Pippa Curnick- Illustration
I have chosen a selection of work that I feel represents me as an illustrator.
“Wild London”- a poster for the AOI, Serco & London Transport Museum Illustration competition. The brief was to design a poster that positively showed a hidden side to London. This design was shortlisted to the top 50 and will be exhibited in the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden in November 2012.
“Crow” - a double page spread from a children’s book I made for a university project. This work has been submitted to Macmillan Children’s Book Awards. See website for more info.
“Tribe”- a double page spread from my final degree project. The aim was to create an engaging book for children that focused on Zulu culture.
You can find my work and portfolio in the illustration area.
Matthew King- The Kennedy Conspiracy
The Kennedy Conspiracy focuses on the conspiracy theories of the JFK assassination. The challenge was to research the vast amount of conspiracy theories and explore them in a visually exciting way to encourage the viewer to read into the subject in more depth.
The core concept concentrates on the secrecy and distortion of the truth surrounding the official story. The newspaper aims to portray this with visual manipulation and typographic experimentation and a simple colour palette echoing the era with the red to symbolise the violence of the event.
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Here are few examples of My work.
First of them is one of first versions of poster design for My final project about Polish immigration to UK after 2006.
Second illustration is project of cover art work for EP album of local band ’ A Shade of Grey’
Third illustration is self mapping design, which was made for purpose of Degree Show.
Phone: 07783 616 505
To explore the purpose and design of ‘The Coffee Table Book’ as a contemporary artifact.
I designed a set of ‘status symbol’ pictograms that can be used to communicate the different genres of coffee table books and personalities of the consumer.
My independent project dealt with British superstitions. The inspiration for my project came from my superstitious best friend, who can often be found jumping over cracks in pavements and saying hello to magpies.
I produced an illustrated book which collates some of my most favourite superstitions, some well known, some more unusual, and a few which made me smile!
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To design the exhibition branding for ‘Quirkology: The Curious Science of Everyday Lives,’ held at The Science Museum, London.
Concept of the branding posed bold, quirky thoughts, which reflected the book’s content. This branding was then placed into reality to literally bring it into the science of everyday life. Quirky, right?
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