Tessa Kiros Cookbook

…three in fact. Design, cooking and Kefalonia. I don’t know how I’ve not talked about this already. I’m in the midst of writing the brief for my self-initiated project. Primarily, I’m going to look at Britain’s food habits, and I want to explore how we lost our food culture and became a nation of eating […]

Rachel Cave

I’ve had this blog at the back of my mind for days…weeks in fact. I’ve got so much to show but haven’t found the time amongst all the projects this term. Easter holidays now so time to update the diary! I’ve turned into an annoying graphic designer. I can’t help but comment on the packaging […]

Went to a screen printing workshop last night, it was so refreshing to be in an actual art studio again, I’ve missed the lingering smell of white spirit! I did the illustration yesterday afternoon, not really sure what it is but I quite like the Dr. Seuss-esque style it seemed to take. I’m going to […]

RNLI catalogue cover

I’ve just completed my first big typography project, and I totally underestimated how much there is to learn! Orphans, widows, en dashes, em dashes, ellipses, ligatures, quote marks and prime marks, single or double? THE LIST IS ENDLESS. The brief was to design a catalogue for the RNLI exhibition, ‘Saving Lives at Sea—Celebrating the RNLI.’ The […]

Bag Design

I’ve totally neglected this blog. I’m sorry. I’ve been working on a big project deadline that had me living in the studio for the first two weeks of this term, but now that I’ve finished, I’ll show you what I’ve done. As mentioned in a previous post, the brief was to devise the creative strategy […]

Launch Event Invite

Very quick weekend post. Christmas is over. I have given myself so much to do over the next week before term starts again. At the moment I’m working on my consumerism project–inventing and designing my own art and design brand. My company is called DRAW, and in a nutshell it seeks to get creative people […]

RNLI Catalogue 4

Apologies for the lack of recent posts, I’ve been earning money for next term—the more I earn now, the more money I’ll have to spend on the luxury that is COLOUR printing next term. One of our typography projects this semester is to design a catalogue for the National Maritime Museum RNLI exhibition. I thought […]