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he’s the horse of a different colour you’ve heard tell about hah hah hah

he’s the horse of a different colour you’ve heard tell about hah hah hah

uh oh controversial alert
My thoughts on Pentagram’s UAL logo

uh oh controversial alert


My thoughts on Pentagram’s UAL logo

FUCK’

I made an unforgivable and embarrassing grammatical error in my last image

Just a thought…

Good photos of your work is as important as the work itself

See too many good projects brought down by poor photography

For the new brief: been playing with a circular grid developing my logotype.
I have another one pending, any comments/crits?   

For the new brief: been playing with a circular grid developing my logotype.

I have another one pending, any comments/crits?   

What I produce from my month of work experience. I worked at an architect firm and part time at a graphic design studio, I am still working one day a week there whilst I’m at university. At the architect firm I was basically an artworker, not that exciting. But whilst it was a bit repetitive it allowed me to observe how they run a business and how their external designer communicates with them. My second placement was at Karoshi, a multi discipline graphic design team. Basically, two cool guys who know their shit. I actually found them through Tumblr, so I guess my blog serves more of a purpose than I first imagined. I am enjoying working with them and learning a lot.

As for the images, they show my diary and record of my events on my work experience, a small slip to hold my 1000 word report and my placement’s feedback and I also did some information design based on the songs I listened two during my commute. I did this because I had quite a bit of downtime and commuting is a pain in the arse, but must be done.

I had to present this to my tutor along with a ten minute presentation about what I did and learnt. Tutor loved my poster and presentation, but I still only got a mid-ranged 2:1.

Content, but confused.

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