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Tonight T-Bish, Dani and I attended the University of Lincoln School of Art & Design Postgraduate Private View Evening 😉 The exhibition is being held at the Greestone Building, which none of us had been to before but Glen was quick to point us in the direction of the Print rooms… … unfortunately locked now but I will be going to have a play about in there sometime soon! 🙂 The building has quite an...

Check me out! Ahhh so excited/happy about this! My University tutor asked me to be a guest contributor on the course blog, Discourse and you know me – I love blogging so couldn’t pass down the opportunity! My first post is one that you might recognise as J’adore LetterMPress App for Ipad but I will be doing some other posts about current designy things exclusively for Discourse! (I will let you know though!) Looking forward to filling...

I haven’t posted in ages so just to warn you… I probably will ramble on and make up for lost time! Yesterday was the finale of the TALKS series hosted by the third years to raise money for their end of degree show! And what a way to finish; hat-trick are ranked #1 in the 2010 Design Week Creative Survey! Here’s Sam, Tom & Dani getting excited about the talk next to the screen printed...

Warning: This is going to be a long post with a lot of amazing Graphic Design – get a coffee, sit comfortably and be inspired! Studio 8 came to visit us Lincoln Students on Wednesday! It was held in ‘our’ Faculty building(Art, Architecture & Design), but I think I’ve only been in there once on an open day so it was a new experience! What a maze! Anyway, back to the important part… Studio 8...

After the Airside lecture last week, I decided I definitely wanted to go to more talks and luckily  for me the third years have got quite a few more lined up! Guest speaker for today: YCN! I had heard of YCN before because of the YCN awards but I didn’t realise they actually design too, so that was a nice discovery! Today was a free lecture and we even got free samples of energy drink...

Earlier today I went to a guest lecture by Chris Rain of Airside – a London based ‘creative agency’ with quite a heavy Japanese style influence. They work across basically all of the disciplines; graphic design, illustration, digital, interactive and moving image. Firstly, I love their logo: Simple but cool and I like how they don’t need to show all parts of the letters for it to still be legible! I think it probably works better as...

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