BA (Hons) Graphic Communication

George Davison

Our BA (Hons) course is accredited by Creative Skillset/ScreenSkills and will challenge you to engage with traditional formats and emerging digital technologies such as augmented and virtual reality.

With an emphasis on how graphic design can fuel change, you’ll follow graduates who have produced award-winning work addressing social, political or commercial questions.

Course information

Michael Christodoulou Lockdown meant being away from the people we love. Despite, technology thriving to bring us together, it is the authentic connections with humans we miss. And, I was left constantly in search of wanting to
George Davison Words: George Davison, Graphic Communication, @gtd_stuff
Fraser McCormick This is part of an ongoing self-initiated motion and print project, where I am visually communicating anxiety. Anxiety is
Chloe Turner free social obligations make me  shove my fingers down my throat,  i’m taught not to be proud  of my
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Cal Miles These illustrations came out of the dark reality of graduating; not knowing where my future is and the
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Callum Brown, Jeremy Downes and Simone Costa Brief  Create a brand identity and associated brand applications for a new museum
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