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I realised that I’ve blogged about the development but never the actual final magazine, so here goes: Divide is a magazine produced by 6 Graphic Design students from the University of Lincoln: Emma Dawson, Amber Hadley, Tom Matthews, Sunjay Morar, Natasha Nuttall (me) and Lucy Perkins. Divide is a magazine about all areas of modern life – Social culture, the environment, men & women’s fashion, technology, politics and music, with each area having it’s own...

Earlier we had the last crit before the deadline on Thursday. After our 12 hour library stint, we were feeling quite prepared and wanted to impress Marianne, an ex-Lincolner who now works at Esterson Associates. After the crit with Steve last week, we changed quite a bit to make sure that everything was really consistent. Marianne was really helpful and gave us a few Indesign tips too. The feedback was very positive overall and the only...

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I’m a bit behind schedule (I went to London – more about that soon), but on Thursday we were lucky enough to have ex-Lincolner Steve Fenn visit and crit work for our group magazine project. Our tutor, Glen, and Steve looked through our magazine spreads as we explained our ethos, articles and design choices. Steve had worked at Studio8 before they split, but now has his own studio with other ex- Lincolner, Tom Pollard –...

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After a lot of planning, this morning it was finally time to do the photo shoot for the group project. I don’t think I’ve really mentioned about the latest project – it’s a group magazine project with the theme being ’21st century’. My group is Amber, Emma, Lucy, Sunjay, Tom and myself – with our magazine being called Divide. The brief requires us 13 pages each individually, as well as a front cover and a...

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