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Week 3 in Thomas Parker House (Big Graphics House) and it feels like Week 10. So much going on, so much work being done and so much to do still! On Monday (feels like so long ago, but this is the first chance I’ve really had to sit down and post) we were given the opportunity to look through the now 3rd year’s portfolios from 2nd year. This year (2nd year) has been dubbed ‘The...

We really forget how lucky we are. Wednesday, a Guest lecturer visited Lincoln University to talk to us. We  assumed he would be showing us some nice typography, posters, branding or packaging. Instead he showed us something far more important – the bigger picture. Sitting at my desk this morning, drinking actimel and typing away on my Mac, it is hard to imagine how my life could be if I lived on the other side...

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...

Every year a group of students graduate from Lincoln’s BA (Hons) Graphic Design course and show off their work by putting together an end of year exhibition. This is the year of Show Elleven. I’ve just finished my first year so the whole idea of a final degree show is really scary but exciting at the same time. Yesterday I popped in to look around Show Elleven… To understand the next bit, you need to...

I can’t believe it’s the end of my first year at University already! Thank god for being a design student – NO EXAMS! Eeek 🙂 I have had such an amazing year, I don’t know how I can top it… oh wait, yeah I do – Year two! 😉 I had my feedback review yesterday with T-Fab and Glen. I was a nervous wreck! Trust me to have my review on Friday the 13th! Without...

It feels a long time since my first post about this project which I am going to say is because I was spending time on the project rather than blogging about it. This is a good thing as I usually procrastinate by blogging rather than doing work but I have learnt to force myself to get into work even when I don’t feel like it, not that it was needed for this project so much....

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...

I find that living at University is sometimes a bit like being in a bubble with no TV and no newspapers. When my mum comes to visit I usually get her to update me on world affairs – that’s quite bad when I could just check the news online, isn’t it? Well I had just started getting into the habit of checking the news when the disaster in Japan occurred. Even with the advances in...

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...

I’ve been a bit quiet this week, sorry! Been quite busy and stressed out, so after the hand in on Friday I basically spent all weekend in bed – a well earned rest! 🙂 I haven’t even posted about this project until it’s over – what is happening to me!? Haha Lost Formats – Technology which has been replaced, made obsolete, is long gone and forgotten…. for most people. From musical players to communication devices...

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