Manifestos are published declarations of intents, motives and views of a group of people. It builds on a previously published idea and presents its own take on the situation. 424 more words
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Kat Dunbobbin Design
In todays Seminar we were asked to start producing work for a class book based around redacted reading.
Redacted reading is a process by which you eliminate words from a text almost as if you were highlighting in reverse. 304 more words
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Ken’s lecture threw into question the values of street art and murals, and the validity of amateur and professional signage, in groups of protest, street signage and labeling. 59 more words
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First things first is a design manifesto discussing the social responsibilities of a designer.
Graphic Design comes into its own in the late 19th century, along with the industrial revolution bringing mass production, and work opportunities for designers. 440 more words
Being a part of The Creative Mornings, gives us a great opportunity to contact some truly inspiring people.
Ken Garland who first attended last year, was someone who we were keen to have back to share some thoughts from his brilliant mind. 32 more words
Jemma Mill Design
The past couple of weeks have been truly brilliant. On January 19th we had a visit from Ken Garland who is a massive inspiration to us all. 111 more words