GRAPHIC DESIGN


JACOB BROWN

‘Branding inspired by the theme of summer’

Progressed from  

St Edmund’s College — GCSE

Statement  

For my FMP project, I wanted to do a project on an area of graphic design that I was passionate about and that I enjoy. I decided to do a project on branding which was inspired by the theme of summer. I decided to do a project on gin which I then designed labels, accessories and posters for. I did variations of labels with different colours and pattern work on which was inspired by flavours that go into the drink.

Destination  

Norwich University of The Arts — BA (Hons) Graphic Design


Oliver Lee Carter

‘Indie Park 2021’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE

Statement  

Indie Park 2021 is a music festival that will take place in the summer of 2021. It will show case 8, small British indie rock bands. The bands includes: The Covasettes, The Sherlocks, Only Sun, Chappaqua Wrestling, Dancing On Tables, Oddity Road, Sports Team, and Jaws, I picked these bands to play at the festival as I think these are the best up and coming indie rock bands in the UK.

I have designed a poster (which I then screen printed on t-shirts and then created mock-up on Photoshop of how they would look like on billboard around town), I’ve also designed the festival tickets and wristbands. Throughout the designs I used the same colour scheme of red, white, and blue because all of the bands are from the UK and these colours are the colours from the Union Jack.

Destination  

De Montfort University —  BA (Hons) Graphic Design (Illustration)


Tristan Molyneux-Cooper

‘Bars’

Progressed from  

Richard Hale — GCSE

Statement  

My project was based on opinions and emotions being conveyed and carried through music. I was able to do this by focusing on an influential rapper, Dave. I was able to put his views and his opinions on an album cover through my art, which was my aim for the project. I used a mix of photography and design skills that I had learnt over the past two years to complete my project and my idea.

Destination  

Sheffield Hallam University — BA (Hons) Graphic Design


TIERNY LEIGH O’BRIEN

‘Smirnoff Rebrand’

Progressed from  

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma Art & Design (Fine Art)

Statement  

For this project I wanted to rebrand for Smirnoff. It is a very well-known brand but does not seem to release many new ideas. I wanted to aim its new design towards women as I felt it would be creative to have them create a women’s vodka that would real them in. I done a lot of research into what fruits women think are most popular and I chose Mango. So, I used the colours Orange Red and Yellow for my marbling piece for my final design I kept Smirnoff’s font and its Ribbon Label too.

Destination  

Seeking Employment — Apprenticeship


ISOBEL PETRI

‘Ladylike’

Progressed from  

Sherrardswood School — GCSE

Statement  

My poster consists of multiple concepts on female positivity; including a book cover; its glossary definition pages and female empowering images. The book pulls every element together because the definitions link to the mini posters. I wanted my designs to put across my feelings about female positivity and how we should be able to feel comfortable in our own skin and be whoever we want to be.

Destination  

University of Hertfordshire (Hertford Regional College) — Foundation Degree in Graphic Design


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