The BA(Hons) Graphic Design degree show celebrated the breadth and diversity of work from our graduating students from the class of 2017.
It was great to see a show so full of challenging, provocative and successful projects including three students nominated for D&AD New Blood awards. The rich array of work on display showcased many areas within the discipline, including – amongst others – branding & identity, design for social change, user experience, editorial design and typography.
You can see many of the graduate projects from the Class of 2017 here: http://newblood.falmouth.ac.uk/
There was a very broad mix of work showing in the Creative Advertising Summer Show reflecting the highly diverse media environment today’s advertising creatives inhabit.
John Baggot and Sam Huckle’s Creative Advertising work on display at the Falmouth University Grad shows. Falmouth University, Woodlane, Falmouth, UK, 19/05/17
Harry Crotty and Sam Turnell’s Creative Advertising work being exhibited at the Falmouth University Grad Show. Falmouth University, Woodlane, Falmouth, UK, 19/05/17
Work exhibited included films and TV commercials, radio commercials, print campaigns, websites, digital advertising, social media campaigns, experiential and events, new product concepts, brand work and packaging.
To be a top advertising creative today you certainly have to be versatile.