Catching Up with Oli-T

I had an unexpected visit this week from the graphic artist Oli Timmins. (Oli completed MA Graphic Arts in 2011). It quickly became apparent why he had not answered any emails over the year – he had been far too

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Catching Up with Oli-T

I had an unexpected visit this week from the graphic artist Oli Timmins. (Oli completed MA Graphic Arts in 2011). It quickly became apparent why he had not answered any emails over the year – he had been far too

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Ocean Acidification threat to Marine Life – See the Animated Film

Adam Rumble (MA Graphic Arts) has been busy collaborating on a project to highlight the ocean acidification threat to marine life. The project was managed by UWE animation student Tom Barth, and involved around 25 students from UWE Bristol and

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Ocean Acidification threat to Marine Life – See the Animated Film

Adam Rumble (MA Graphic Arts) has been busy collaborating on a project to highlight the ocean acidification threat to marine life. The project was managed by UWE animation student Tom Barth, and involved around 25 students from UWE Bristol and

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The Audio Information

To accompany the 2014 Degree Show, the students from MA Graphic Arts, collaborated on a project responding to the theme of ‘Information and New Technology’. The final outcome was a double sided A2 map-fold print on 80 gsm (quantity 1000). 

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The Audio Information

To accompany the 2014 Degree Show, the students from MA Graphic Arts, collaborated on a project responding to the theme of ‘Information and New Technology’. The final outcome was a double sided A2 map-fold print on 80 gsm (quantity 1000). 

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MA Graphic Arts Degree Show 2014

A few images from the show. Congratulations to: Adinda Putri-Palma, Chi-Yu Chen, Clare Nugent, Efisio Nicolo Sabiucciu, Ploypitcha Sirivichakornkul, San Jung Huang, and Szu-Ting Wang.

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MA Graphic Arts Degree Show 2014

A few images from the show. Congratulations to: Adinda Putri-Palma, Chi-Yu Chen, Clare Nugent, Efisio Nicolo Sabiucciu, Ploypitcha Sirivichakornkul, San Jung Huang, and Szu-Ting Wang.

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Clare Nugent reads Italo Calvino’s ‘Invisible Cities’

For her major MA Graphic Arts project, Clare produced a body of work exploring the city of Bristol. As well as exploring a range of industrial processes to fabricate letter forms for ‘Scars of Industry’, she also turned her attention

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Clare Nugent reads Italo Calvino’s ‘Invisible Cities’

For her major MA Graphic Arts project, Clare produced a body of work exploring the city of Bristol. As well as exploring a range of industrial processes to fabricate letter forms for ‘Scars of Industry’, she also turned her attention

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The Visual Information

To accompany the 2014 Degree Show, the students from MA Graphic Arts, collaborated on a project responding to the theme of ‘Information and New Technology’. The final outcome was a double sided A2 map-fold print on 80 gsm (quantity 1000). 

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The Visual Information

To accompany the 2014 Degree Show, the students from MA Graphic Arts, collaborated on a project responding to the theme of ‘Information and New Technology’. The final outcome was a double sided A2 map-fold print on 80 gsm (quantity 1000). 

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Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Data?

by Brendan Reid (Associate Lecturer MA Graphic Arts) Metaphor allows people to understand one thing in terms of another, without thinking that the two are objectively the same.[i] Once upon a time there was a magic box, a digital tardis

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Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Data?

by Brendan Reid (Associate Lecturer MA Graphic Arts) Metaphor allows people to understand one thing in terms of another, without thinking that the two are objectively the same.[i] Once upon a time there was a magic box, a digital tardis

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The Matter with Books

by S.P. (Bookbarn International) It is difficult to explain why books matter without sounding self absorbed, trite or falling into some self-fulfilling cliché, which just would not do when you are writing about a love of books. Books matter, because

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The Matter with Books

by S.P. (Bookbarn International) It is difficult to explain why books matter without sounding self absorbed, trite or falling into some self-fulfilling cliché, which just would not do when you are writing about a love of books. Books matter, because

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A Concrete Cover

MA Graphic Arts student, Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu (Nico) has won the Mark #50 cover design competition. For those of you not in the know, Mark is a European architecture magazine published by Frame, from Amsterdam. The competition was arranged by

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A Concrete Cover

MA Graphic Arts student, Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu (Nico) has won the Mark #50 cover design competition. For those of you not in the know, Mark is a European architecture magazine published by Frame, from Amsterdam. The competition was arranged by

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A Day at Bookbarn

Some finds from our recent research trip to Bookbarn International.      

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A Day at Bookbarn

Some finds from our recent research trip to Bookbarn International.      

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Branding

Branding design for ‘Sesamo’ (a new social sharing platform) by Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu. Nico has just completed his final module, Extended Practice in Graphic Arts and will be showing at the UWE Bristol degree show in June. This was an external

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Branding

Branding design for ‘Sesamo’ (a new social sharing platform) by Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu. Nico has just completed his final module, Extended Practice in Graphic Arts and will be showing at the UWE Bristol degree show in June. This was an external

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Book Design with Coptic Binding

Recent work by Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu. Coptic binding or Coptic sewing comprises methods of bookbinding employed by early Christians in Egypt, the Copts, and used from as early as the 2nd century AD to the 11th century. The term is also

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Book Design with Coptic Binding

Recent work by Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu. Coptic binding or Coptic sewing comprises methods of bookbinding employed by early Christians in Egypt, the Copts, and used from as early as the 2nd century AD to the 11th century. The term is also

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