Check this article out in The Guardian
Very nice work from Brazilian Rejane Dal Bello
Emily is the latest person to supply a blog. Her recent post includes images from a typographic walk. Her critical observations on the Turner & George sign pick up on the use of ‘fake’ small caps which look thinner than the initial caps. Fake small caps are something to avoid. One of the reasons for choosing a… Continue reading Emily Blandford’s Typographic Walk
David King is a British designer who was art editor at the Sunday Times, produced a grittier version of City Limits prior to Neville Brody and was designer of Craft magazine before Simon Esterson. He has a massive collection of Russian Constructivist design and has writen several books on this. The V&A have a collection… Continue reading Designer David King
Irma Boom, boom, boom…Brighter than the moon, moon, moon
Ian McLaren worked with Otl Aicher on the designs for the Munich Olympics. Ian is a friend of the course and visits our shows. Ian studied at the LCC (formerly P) in 1957 before going onto ULM and studying with Froshaug. Josef Albers taught at Ulm and he influenced the colour scheme. here is a… Continue reading Ian McLaren and the Munich Olympics
Here are the two videos on the research and development process within the sketchbooks. The first is with Henrietta Ross and the second with Cat Drew. Don’t feel over awed by them. These were done over a long period and represent the end point of the submission of the unit. You are just beginning that… Continue reading Sketchbooks and the R&D process
Here is the video version of our sprint through the 20th Century.