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Graphic design graduate Charlie Bird on Intern Magazine

Charlie Bird

The Falmouth University graphic design graduate striking the perfect balance between playfulness and criticality

Animation by Syddharth Mate

Syddharth Mate

The National Institute of Design graphic design student using motion to ask important and relevant questions about the world

Designed by Éster Arrebola

Éster Arrebola

The ELISAVA graduate combining concept and multimedia experimentation to push her graphic design practice

Designed by Zenobia Ahmed

Zenobia Ahmed

Research is always key for the Melbourne-based RMIT communication design Masters graduate

Designed by Joseph Lebus

Joseph Lebus

The Shillington graphic design graduate whose aesthetically pleasing experimentation really catches the eye

Designed by Tomas Clarkson

Tomas Clarkson

The London College of Communication graduating graphic designer with a mastery of materiality

Designed by Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon

Confident, well-researched, versatile graphic design from the soon to graduate Leeds Arts University student

Designed by Fabien Franz

Fabien Franz

The Hochschule Augsburg graduate designer draws on everyday inspiration from frozen pizza packaging to the old masters

Ross Norman

Playful, multidisciplinary design by the Kingston School of Art final year whose time on the Erasmus scheme changed everything

Created by Charlotte Allen

Charlotte Allen

The Kingston University final year graphic design student whose interests in people, behaviours and interactions inform her socially driven projects

After Dark by George Dutton

George Dutton

The Central Saint Martins graduate exploring housing issues in the UK through photography and typography

MOMO by Elige Chose

Elige Chose

The brilliant EASD Serra i Abella graphic design grad involves students in a rebrand project for their play-focussed primary school

Isotype by Veronica Tran

Veronica Tran

A typographic project that plays with form, balance and perspective from the RMIT communication design graduate

Romeo + Translate by Asel Tambay

Asel Tambay

The Central Saint Martins student investigates technology’s relationship to language by retelling a classic story

Designed by Oliver O'Callaghan

Oliver O’Callaghan

The multidisciplinary Central Saint Martins graduate whose process driven practice pushes fundamental design boundaries