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Visual Arts End of Year Show

Visual Arts Show 2015

Harlow College Visual arts students have presented their creations in an end of year exhibition.

Exhibits included original t-shirts, posters, fashion accessories, models and graphics. Some students even had work commissioned by companies like Pearson and Stansted Airport.

The exhibition took place from 25 to 26 June 2015 with a private viewing on 24 June.

The whole exhibition had branding designed by one of our very own graphic design students. They all researched and developed a branded theme that could be used for the Graphics Show at Harlow College. Each was then presented to the class and voted on by other students. The chosen design was produced by Jake Little.

From there on they worked as a team under Jake's artistic direction, to produce his idea and design the show by printing posters and managing the website, invites, t-shirts, business cards and social media needed to generate interest in their event.

Jake Little, who designed the branding for the show, said: "We each designed our own character. I took inspiration from the Moshi Monsters as the designer came in to talk to us and also the Australian public service campaign Dumb Ways to Die. I think the show went well"

Senior Tutor in graphic design, Richard Crabtree, said: "The whole show from stand layout to board design was designed and produced by the students and will be a tough act to follow for the new second year class"

Karen Spencer said: "I was particularly taken with the fun characters that cropped up around the campus proceeding the graphics show this year. They really encouraged people in to find out more and visit the show. The range of work on display was excellent, showcasing everything from work with employers such as Stansted Airport and Pearsons, to individual graphics work and portfolios. The students and staff should be incredibly proud, I know I am."

Photos on Flickr