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Musically literate and visually explosive graphic design from the Royal College of Art student
A beguiling and pensive 3D designed body of work by the recent Iceland University of the Arts graduate
The Art Academy of Latvia graduate switched specialism mid-way through her studies and never looked back
The AUB graduate returns from a spell in the Netherlands with a more than clear conscience
The graphic designer exploring what spirituality looks like in the digital age
Stunning, razor-sharp graphic design from the London College of Communication graduate
Royal College of Art graduate Paula Minelgaite combines art and journalism to critically examine the role of design in society
The visual artist using the uncanny nature of 3D software to explore life at the intersection of the digital and physical
The Cooper Union student blending analogue and digital techniques to create stunning design work
The ECV Paris student exploring future-focussed themes with sharp and experimental design work
The adventurous graphic design graduate from National Institute of Design shaking up the world with her unmissable portfolio
Studying art and design is often framed as a risky decision. Jack Williams argues that instead of shaming students for choosing to follow their passion, we ought to look to universities to teach them how to make their skills relatable to working life.
The Gray's School of Art graduate combining traditional techniques and natural materials with new technology to create stunning minimal objects.
Playful and impeccably sharp graphic design from the ECV Nantes student.
Bold, experimental and intoxicating 3D design from the The London College of Communication student.
The Maryland Institute College of Art student exploring the relationship between human artifice and the natural world
The Malmö University graphic design graduate turning future coastlines into letterforms to visualise the effects of climate change
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