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FMP! FMP! FMP! Final Major Project was the last project of my BTEC National Diploma in Graphic Design course, and took place over 8 weeks. For the project we had to write our own brief; deciding on a theme, final outcomes and an essay topic. I chose to undertake designing and organising a Graphic Design festival, complete with exhibitions, speakers, workshops and an awards ceremony. I decided my final outcomes would be 5 posters – 1 poster...


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Thursday 17th June at 7.15pm the College of West Anglia 2010 Art & Design exhibition was declared open! This week has been so hectic. I’ve been painting the exhibition space… … I’ve been panicking about filling my exhibition boards…. …. and I’ve been happy to pose infront of the finished work at the exhibition night!  This week has been tiring and a lot of hard work, but has been rewarding, and not only because I got to see all...

Final Major Project 2010 – a very scary phrase! We started it today – the most important project of the 2 years! We went through ideas and talked about how to write the brief and the journal… Ahh, the journal. I have started a new blog to write my journal, so if you want to follow all the nitty gritty details of the project you are more than welcome to here. But I will be posting...

It has been nearly a MONTH since I last posted!! It feels like forever! 🙁 I have been so so so busy… all the projects at college are coming to a close now, so that we can concentrate on FMP (Final Major Project!!!!!!)… so it is busy busy busy. I could probably have found time to blog (loss of sleep doesn’t affect me that much anymore!), however I couldn’t. Literally couldn’t. I think I have...

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