Below are examples from the PgDip. They show how paper, processes and packaging were used to complete the project. Some used FE Burman to create the white printed onto colour stock. Usually you would use the paper stock to create white. But it is now possible to print white ink digitally. Don’t forget this project… Continue reading Selection of PgDip Aphorisms
Fiona Gather-Stammel from the PgDip recent hand-in
From Kimberly DVC2014
I can’t upload the file so visit this link for a really fun experimentation with type classification. Ash has now got a job at college as a graphic designer.
Amanda is a Professor of Law at the University of Kent and she did our course last year.
Check this article out in The Guardian
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