THE YES SHOW

Last week we were invited to attend the CSAD degree show for Graphic Communication and any other subject in the university. In the exhibition we had the chance to talk to the third years’ about their work and the process they went through creating their pieces. I really enjoyed being able to see the third years’ work to get a better idea of what I’ll be creating in two years time. I was really impressed by how professional the work looked and it made me really excited for my future within design.

The three pieces of work that really impressed me were the work by Zuzanna El Tanbouli: Silky Way, Exposing Deviance by Jessica Zschorn and Printed Words by Callum Richards.

Zuzanna’s work impressed me because you can tell she had a clear idea of what she wanted to create so therefore all of her pieces compliment each other really successfully. I thought her imagery was really strong and gave a sense of culture and location, an interesting take on a unique tour guide. I really liked how she used Japanese symbols within her work because it made it seem quite personal and unique.

The second piece of work that caught my attention was Exposing Deviance by Jessica Zschorn. I thought the piece was very unique and the bold colours and quirky imagery  definitely caught my attention. I think that the layout works really well with the chosen subject and it creates a balance between all of the vibrant colours. Her imagery works really well to draw you in to the piece and this definitely made me consider how important it is to create a piece that’s unique and that stands out.

In contrast to the projects above, Callum Richards took a different approach to his Printed Words piece. Using a smaller colour palate he has created a very clear and sophisticated  looking piece of work. The quality of the images really stood out to me as they work well with the nature of the subject.

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Callum Richards: Printed Words