Graphic Design


Callum Amos

‘Nike vs NHS’

Progressed from  

The Leventhorpe School — GCSE

Statement 

Nike vs NHS is a charity collaboration to promote, celebrate and support the work in which the NHS do for us all. The designs utilise the colours and icons for both Nike and the NHS. All funds go to the NHS charities. 

Destination 

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) Graphic Design


Kacper Borysiewicz

‘MANJARO Cycling Brand’

Progressed from  

Epping St John’s — GCSE

Statement 

MANJARO is a bike protection brand and packaging design. All proceeds go to charity to support deforestation within the UK and promotes the health and environmental benefits of cycling. I have taken inspiration from designer Armin Hofman and as a result, gives the design a typographic and contrasting aesthetic. Photography has been infused with type and modern animations to promote the modern look and feel of the brand whilst ensuring the natural environment is captured within the design. 

Destination 

Nottingham Trent University  — BA (Hons) Graphic Design


Emily Carter

‘Zeus Vegan Protein’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE  

Statement 

Zeus is a branding and packaging project, which focuses on healthy snacks such as protein bars and powders. All products are vegan with no artificial sweeteners, protein and contains nutrients lost during exercise to restore your body with everything it needs to ensure you are healthy and feel like a God.

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — Foundation Degree in Graphic Design


Razna Mumbi

‘Japan Vs Woman Statues’

Progressed from  

The Compton School — GCSE   

Statement 

I have created a set of images to support a campaign that spreads awareness on the culture and society surrounding women in Japan. A contemporary piece that is inspired by Japanese art. Each image symbolises an issue within Japanese society, intended for use on a digital and print platform.  

Destination 

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) Graphic Design


Nika Murray

‘Uncovery Travel’

Progressed from  

Presdales School — GCSE 

Statement 

The project aims to encourage off the grid travel, promoting little known locations around the world. To achieve this, I put together a calendar, half of which are my own photos from abroad. There is also an interesting fact to go with each page. I then researched Russia, Mongolia and Iceland in more depth, to help create these tour overviews.

Destination 

Full time training on ICE and undertaking freelance design and book writing 


George Pear 

‘Enriched- a fully natural energy drinks brand’

Progressed from  

Freman College — GCSE 

Statement 

This is a brand to change the perception of energy drinks within the public eye by using imagery. I also wanted to find a way to achieve the benefits without the side-effects of traditional energy drinks. All of the logos and imagery represent the natural ingredient while still appealing to the traditional target audience.

Destination 

University of Coventry — BA (Hons) Automotive and Transportation Design.  


Jem Sherwood

‘Genius Music Awards’

Progressed from  

Highbury Grove School — GCSE

Statement

I have branded a new music award focused exclusively on the genre of rap/hip-hop with the intent to fill a perceived gap in the market. This award would be trusted by the music’s audience to accurately reflect their opinions and tastes.

As such the design work had to fulfil some key requirements. To build trust, it needed to convey the openness and transparency of the award’s decision-making process. To build credibility, it needed to appeal to the ‘street’ nature of the major part of rap’s audience. And, of course, it had to combine both of these elements into a strong new brand identity. 

Destination 

Bournemouth University  — BA (Hons) Graphic Design


Thomas Smith

‘Comic book for the Disability’

Progressed from  

The John Warner School — GCSE 

Statement

This project is focused on illustration. I have created a comic book called ‘The Rising Stars’ which represents my teams name (A group of children with disabilities).  

It features 4 character posters within, which can be removed and displayed on walls.  

The theme is to represent equality, showing that anybody can be a superhero no matter our differences.

Destination 

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) Graphic Design 


Abi Taylor

‘Organic’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE

Statement

This project is focused on branding; I have created a restaurant that is a healthy alternative to fast food. The logo I created is minimal and in the shape of a leaf to fit the theme of this project. The aim of this restaurant is to make food from fresh, natural ingredients as well as to have all of the packaging eco-friendly, with minimal waste. 

Destination 

Nottingham Trent University — (BA Hons) Graphic Design


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