Another from the recent archive. The featured PDF is the final year work of Harriet, who graduated in 2017 and is currently working at Pentagram in London.
In no particular order, this portfolio demonstrates brevity (both in visuals and copywriting), ideas and craft all presented with a clear narrative. It provides a fantastic yardstick for any final year design student.
We came across this 2016 D&AD typographic project by Dan Horsefall & Ashley Schofield while trawling the hard drive and thought we’d share it with you.
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We’re starting to upload (file size depending!) 2019 final year projects and portfolios. We will continue uploading, but the below links offer great incite into the quality and quantity of work involved in External, Competition and Honours projects for current and future undergraduates.
Clicking the linked images will open a PDF on a new page.
Also, for the time-being, Angus is hosting a portfolio site as well.
Here we feature a recent YCN entry for the KFC ‘hand prepared’ brief by Jay Austin & Gabe Aplando. Their idea was based on a fictional hand exercise manual that had been recently discovered by builders who were renovating the UK’s first ever KFC restaurant in Preston, Lancashire.
Experts believe the manual was originally created by the Colonel himself in order to keep his cooks hand dexterity at a high level, hence ensuring they could prepare his chicken to the highest degree.
Here we feature Harriet Richardsons commended D&AD entry for the Arjo Wiggins paper brief 2017.
'Samples' by Sony is a revolutionary way of creating new experimental sounds like never before, combining the tactile medium of paper with digital sound technology. 'Samples' allows both music artists and Sony customers to turn paper samples into audio samples, whilst also exploring the unique and beautiful medium of paper.
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A great example of a project built upon a clever verbal connection which combines both the digital and physical to create a unique concept.- Paper Samples & Music Samples or BPM meets GSM.
Here we feature Ashton Hoban’s D&AD shortlisted entry from 2017.
Background. The outdoor summer festival scene is growing. There are now more than over 250 festivals taking place every year across the UK, catering for a whole variety of tastes and demographics.
With this in mind John Lewis has decided go beyond its stores and out into the great outdoors by teaming up with one of the UK's leading festivals, Glastonbury. From ponchos to sun cream, come rain or shine 'John Lewis Saves The Day'.
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A well thought through solution with a great proposition and a great example of how to tell a story through appropriate image and text. When it comes to all those festival essentials John lewis ‘Saves the day’.
Here we feature Amy Wooding’s D&AD shortlisted entry from 2017 which was in response to the Amazon Fresh brief. Highly commended.
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A very professional well crafted and logical solution demonstrated across a range of touchpoints. A classic example of word & image working effectively to communicate the core offering of Amazon Fresh within the capitol.
Another from the archive. This campaign is by Peggy Soterio promoting Thames Clippers, a London water based taxi. The proposition, to experience London from a different perspective.
Simple and very effective.
One from the archive. This poster by Drew Poutney celebrates the original Mini, and in turn all, those who still hold it dear to their hearts. Designed in the style of the original Haynes manual.