C301: Graphic Design
Agile - Exhibition - Light House (Wolverhampton)

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A few of the creative practitioners who teach at Walsall College have a group exhibition on at the Light House in Wolverhampton.

Tuesday 22nd July – Monday 29th August
Free entry, Main gallery

Including works from:
Alan Tyler
Andrew Holmes
Angela Woodley
Anita Zychniewicz
Bryn Griffiths
Cathy Wade
David Turner
Ian Male
Jo Champion
Karen Garland
Karen Spooner
Kelly Smith
Liz Hardy
Lorna Rattigan
Maria Wigley
Natalie Ball
Sam Eagleton
Stephen Paxford
Sue Krejzl
Tracy Watkins-Smythe

Typography Books Reviewed by Paul Shaw
Paul Shaw, printmag.com
Paul Shaw, noted typog­ra­phy expert, reviews typog­ra­phy books, includ­ing The Field Guide to Typog­ra­phy.

Typography Books Reviewed by Paul Shaw
Paul Shaw, printmag.com

Paul Shaw, noted typog­ra­phy expert, reviews typog­ra­phy books, includ­ing The Field Guide to Typog­ra­phy.

Mathiassen says he enjoys art that has little or nothing to do with his commercial work, and this is where he seeks inspiration for his self-initiated projects. He believes there is no such thing as true artistic freedom - for creatives working commercially, anyway - but says that developing projects without an audience in mind is the closest he has come.
What do employers want to see in a young creative’s portfolio?
Creative clarity. Imagine you are looking at your portfolio for the first time. In two seconds, do you get what the work is about? The explanation of the work is as important as the work itself. You want a creative that makes sense to you.