30 Jun, 2009

D&AD New Blood Part Two

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Part two of our round-up of D&AD’s New Blood graduate show, including a lovely film for Hewlett Packard from two Kingston students

Matthew Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth created this short film for HP, watch it at the D&AD site here

Rose Blake, also from Kingston, created this lovely comic about David Hockney

This poster for a child obesity campaign is by Jon Massey of Stockport College (jon.massey@hotmail.com)

Also from Stockport, this lovely print from Rose Lloyd

Ken Wong of Leeds College of Art and Design (who is coming to CR on a placement in September) created his college’s degree show campaign

Also from Graphic Design at Leeds College of Art and Design, a course with its first graduating year, comes Daisy Argyle, who created this rather nice poster

And Jimmy Smith, who made this newsprint publication about football hooligans

Ryan Boyd (ryan@boyd-design.co.uk) from Duncan of Jordanstone made this typographic installation concerning the consumption of concrete. Each block represents a different country and has their usage of concrete detailed on its side. Boyd salvaged leftover cement from building sites around Dundee for the raw material which he then cast into the blocks.

He even made a business card dispenser the same way


For more (and better…) images of each project, go to the students’ linked websites. New Blood is on until 4pm on Wednesday July 1

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