GRAPHIC DESIGN


SOL ALIAGA 

‘Cherish’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Art & Design

Statement

These designs are inspired by Asian makeup brands’ youthful and colourful packaging with the intention to stand out from other sustainable brands who’s packaging design tend to be on the minimalist side. The style of these designs takes notes from retro cartoon characters like Betty Boop, as well as taking inspiration form contemporary designer Esther Kim to create an aesthetic of sophisticated girlishness. 

Destination

Middlesex University — BA (Hons) Graphic Design

HARRY BROOME

‘The Public Square’

Progressed from

UAL — Level 2 Diploma Art & Design 

Statement

The Public Square is an experimental culture magazine based on promoting free speech with real contribution s containing opinions about the pressing issues of today. Everybody’s voice deserves a chance to be spoken in a democratic country: the opposite side doesn’t have to listen but ultimately accept the non-conforming view of the individual or group. Societal progress is built on debate and questioning those above us who relinquish power over our lives. This small magazine demonstrates the need for more tolerance and political diversity. If we don’t, we stay stuck in our echo chambers that guides us to the same cliff edge. 

Destination

University of Hertfordshire — Foundation Degree

ANNIE GREEN

‘No Rain, No Flowers’  

Progressed from

Chancellor’s School

Statement

My project took me on a journey to explore and experiment with various information which evolved around the two years during the Covid outbreak. I surveyed young people on social media And found that 60% of those who took part in the questionnaire, are more anxious now than before the outbreak. To raise awareness, I created a set of posters for Mental Health Awareness month.

Destination

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) Graphic Design

KORAY KOSE 

‘LANIAN Games Forum’

Progressed from

Lea Valley High School 

Statement

After reviewing different articles, I’ve come to realize that if I were to create a platform where all video game enthusiasts such as game developers, reviewers, or just people who enjoy gaming in general were to join hands and through a forum-like website, they would be able to help each other out during the tough isolation away from the outside world while talking about their mutual interests as well as relieving some stress that has been piling up. I want my website to contribute to the positive effects of gaming on mental health. 

Destination

University of West London — BA (Hons) Games, Design and Animation 

HARRY REUTER 

‘LGBTee Stealth X Splatoon’

Progressed from

Oasis Academy Enfield 

Statement

Fashion is something integral to the LGBT Community. I’m not a fashion designer, that much is clear, but I know many LGBT people who want to express themselves but don’t feel safe to. I wanted to create a brand that appealed to LGBT people first and foremost in a way that I could stretch my skillset. 

I created clothing mock-ups and screen-printed real shirts, I created a video game collaboration to put my designs into Splatoon (A game with largely LGBT community), and I created a promotional video with many motion design elements to bring it all together. All in time for Pride. 

Destination

Norwich University of Arts — BA (Hons) Graphic Design

BETHANY SHIELDS 

‘Sustainable Fashion Magazine’

Progressed from

The Leventhorpe School 

Statement

The sustainable magazine features many articles all around sustainable fashion. The content includes sustainable fashion brands, sustainable fashion apps, sustainable fashion influencers, H&M and sustainability and an article talking about ‘Is TikTok good or bad for fast fashion?’. It features 8 pages with a simple green and black colour scheme to match with the theme of sustainability. The magazine shows elements of traditional fashion magazines with mixes of modern sustainable magazines. All the images used in the magazine are images from sustainable fashion companies.   

Destination

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) Graphic Design

SKIE WALCOTT 

‘NO ID’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — Level 2 Art & Design

Statement

For this project I created a brand, look book exploring and highlighting gender fluidity in fashion. I created this project to bring awareness to the beauty and importance of self-expression. I wanted this project to emulate fluidity in all forms. I was inspired to combine the fluid shapes of the artist Jean Arp and the contemporary format of fashion. I created a high-end brand, my is brand is simplistic, with abstract aesthetic with a simple colour palette.  

Destination

Middlesex University — BA (Hons) Graphic Design

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