London College of Fashion MA2017 & House of Vans
Found in Translation presents a dynamic showcase of work from the School of Media and Communication Postgraduate courses at London College of Fashion, UAL. In an age of media convergence, these are the new linguists, speaking across multiple languages using word, image, object, space, sound and body to propose new fashion narratives, meanings and spaces.
This showcase of new talent will include work from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Journalism, MA Fashion Photography, MA Fashion Media Production, MA Costume for Performance, MA Fashion Cultures and Graduate Diploma in Fashion Media Styling.
This exciting interactive and multi-disciplinary exhibition will be combined with a series of related events and workshops that spotlights a new generation of communicators, practitioners and researchers. London College of Fashion and House of Vans London will bring together fashion and music, style and talent for an unforgettable eight days.
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
16 Feb – 26 Feb 2017
Selected events are ticketed – visit houseofvanslondon.com for further information.
With 7 tracks from 7 of the best-known musicians around, Secret 7” press each one 100 times to 7” vinyl. They then invite creatives from around the world to interpret the tracks in their own style for every 7”. 700 sleeves are exhibited and then sold for £50 apiece for charity. You don’t know who created the sleeve, or even which song it’s for, until you have parted with your cash – the secret lies within. They had 4,500+ sleeve designs sent to them this year and there is only room for 100 of each track in the show. The exhibition will open for viewing at Somerset House from 10 April to 3 May, 10am – 6pm. http://secret-7.com
The artwork I submitted was created to represent the following two tracks:
DIGITAL WITNESS by St Vincent
SLEDGEHAMMER by Peter Gabriel
We’ve just finished designing the new Sale identity signage for Oliver Bonas, which has been implemented across all 44 UK stores and online. The hand crafted, screen printed typographic solution combines screen printing onto plywood for a flexible signage system across all formats.
LCC MAGD SHOW 2014 – Private View
All the hard work was worth it, the exhibition is now up. Lots of good industry feedback from the Private View, including Nick Bell and John Walters from Eye magazine. Along with the physical and digital outcomes of our work, the moving panels of fragmented images visually represent various stages of the research process.
I’ve finally finished an MA in Graphic Design at LCC. We’ll be celebrating with a week long exhibition detailing the research process along with physical and digital representations of our final outcomes. You can see our work online here: http://lccpgdesign.com/2014/courses/ma-graphic-design-part-time
Exhibition dates: 08.12.14 – 13.12.14