Students on the Graphic Design course have just finished working on the RSA student brief called Changemakers directed by Chris Wigan creative director with ethical communications agency Provokateur.
Students from a local sixth form college enjoyed an open day of workshops, activities and fun. To see some of the photos taken at the end of the day go here: uobphotographyworkshop
Graphic Design and Illustration students from Design for Communication course here at the University entered the Design Museum’s annual ‘Design Factory’ Higher Education project for BA design students, spanning product, fashion/textiles, graphics/illustration and architecture/spatial design.
Life drawing is run each year through the BA (Hons) Animation course, and is open to students from all courses. Students apply a range of film and animation concepts to their work including: sequential illustration, gesture, acting, power centres, line-of-action, mise-en-scene, multiple exposure & abstraction
Design for Communication 1st year students recently had an intensive one-day workshop with Illustrator Tim Sanders. Tim works for The Independent and numerous other magazine, newspapers and publishers. The ‘Images of the Day’ Workshop took as it’s start a news story from that morning newspapers. Two dominated the student’s choices, one on the increase in [...]
Spatial Design students tackle model making. During the first year as a Spatial Designer, lots of emphasis is put on learning the basic skills of an Interior Designer or Interior Architect. In a series of workshops the students are taught how to read scale drawings, draw plans, sections and elevations, and make architectural design models [...]
University of Bedfordshire Alumni and Graphic Designer Helen Ingham visited art and design to give Art and Design and Design for Communication students a treat–the chance to do their very own Letterpress workshop! Letterpress is the old way of printing using wooden block type, it has become more fashionable of late because of Designers desire [...]