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Graphic Communication with Typography at the Plymouth University Graduate Show 2017

After I visited the Illustration degree show, I went to look at the other creative graduate work around the Plymouth University campus.  This post shows my favourite pieces from the BA (Hons) Graphic Communication with Typography show.

Sophie Niman (Instagram)

Sophie had on display her zine SOS #1.  What I like about this zine is how noisy the graphics are, with a mix of busy shapes and active and bright colours.  The black and white checkered pattern is really simple but eye-catching, and looks really great with the black text on yellow “Welcome to #1” labels.

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SOS Magazine  – Zine by Sophie Niman
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Pages from SOS Magazine by Sophie Niman
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Page from SOS Magazine by Sophie Niman

Kaisa Koisti (Instagram)

Kaisa’s project included animation with spinning, flashing and other moving parts, and packets of stickers, to raise awareness of the lack of equal opportunities to female DJs.  I think the use of equipment dials and read-outs to demonstrate the issues is clever and I like how the poster colours make them look like gig posters.

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Equalise the Mix – Campaign poster by Kaisa Koisti
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Equalise the Mix – Campaign design by Kaisa Koisti

Eve Whitehead (Instagram)

Eve’s project promoting veganism has a soft and friendly approach with a powder colour scheme and white text.  It is almost the opposite of the approach taken by Kaisa above.

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The Environmental Impact of Veganism – Posters by Eve Whitehead
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The Environmental Impact of Veganism – Packaging and promotional design by Eve Whitehead

James Dodds (Instagram)

I really like the mixture of different text types used in James’s Analog Magazine, which includes handwritten words of different thicknesses and slopes, typed text, and text which has been printed or stamped.  The magazine looks really interesting and I think it would appeal to graphic designers as well as people who are interested in vintage creative equipment like old cameras and typewriters.

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Analog Magazine – Zine by James Dodds
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Page from Analog Magazine by James Dodds
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Design for Analog Magazine by James Dodds
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Designs for Analog Magazine by James Dodds

Timothy Pascoe (Instagram)

Timothy has created a set of playful images that are great visual representations of the different film genres.  The text is clear but unobtrusive and lets the images take centre stage.

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Great British Classics – Poster design by Timothy Pascoe
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Great British Classics – Cinema ticket design by Timothy Pascoe

Lucy Allen (Instagram)

Lucy has created a zine which draws attention to the design of really useful everyday items that we might overlook as great examples of design, but they are!  I like the way she has limited her colours in each picture to give a 3-d effect to her simple lines.

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Overlooked – Poster design by Lucy Allen
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Overlooked – Zine by Lucy Allen
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Page from Overlooked zine by Lucy Allen

Gemma Beard

Gemma has designed a set of alternative street designs that look at the sort of problems that might happen if we were to start modifying human DNA.  The signs have a dry humour to them and very clear messages that provoke thought.

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Modify? – Design by Gemma Beard
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Modify? – Design by Gemma Beard
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Modify? – Exhibition design by Gemma Beard
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Illustration at the Plymouth University Graduate Show 2017 – Part 5

This is my last post on the Plymouth Uni BA (Hons) Illustration show, previous posts are here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.  This post features eight more of the artists who had work on display at the show.

Natalia Pątkiewicz (Instagram) takes inspiration from fantasy and sci-fi themes to design characters, environments and worlds to illustrate short stories and games.  Natalia thoroughly explores her ideas about a character’s background, story, costume and expression.

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Visual Development of Fables for Robots by S. Lem – Character Design by Natalia Pątkiewicz
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Visual Development of Fables for Robots by S. Lem – Character Design by Natalia Pątkiewicz
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‘Failures of Felix’ – Game art by Natalia Pątkiewicz

Failures of Felix was one of the game jam projects from a jam I participated in locally.  The jam only went on over 48 hours but Natalia still made time to take a lot of care over her character design and his background story.

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Story ideas for Felix – Personal sketchbook work by Natalia Pątkiewicz

Natalia’s sketchbooks were fascinating to look through and alongside her sketches they contain written story and character ideas, as well as her research notes.  As a young illustrator, being able to look at some of the artists’ sketchbooks is one of the biggest benefits of going to the Graduate Shows.  On the wall above Natalia’s sketchbooks were prints of some of her Daily Speedpainting Studies which each took between 30 minutes and 1 1/2 hours.

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Sketchbooks by Natalia Pątkiewicz on display under her Daily Speedpainting Studies

James Robinson (Instagram) specialises in portrait and editorial illustration.  I like his work’s cartoony, yet carefully detailed style. The contrasted colours give a great impression of opposite sides or enemies.

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Film Poster for King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword by James Robinson
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Trump Vs Clinton – Illustration by James Robinson

Darius Gilbey is an editorial designer inspired by music, politics, and science.  His Plymtek Poster design reminds me of sailor-style tattoo designs and graffiti art.  I like how bunched up the main illustration is.

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Plymtek Poster by Darius Gilbey

Another piece on display by Darius, titled Visual Metaphor and Editorial design, has a soft and warm feeling to it because of the airbrush style of shading and highlighting and the colours chosen.  I like the way that the bright illuminated colours bring your eyes to the centre of the picture.

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Visual Metaphor and Editorial design by Darius Gilbey

Calum Hanchett specialises in caricature illustration and often incorporates humour into his work.   I really like the oil painting style of his caricatures and how carefully detailed they are.

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Political Caricature by Calum Hanchett

Calum’s piece INK Journal illustration on the theme of Night reminds me of the natural environments in Studio Ghibli movies like Princess Mononoke, the long winding branches or vines give it a mystical feeling and I can imagine hidden creatures just out of sight.

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INK Journal illustration on the theme of Night by Calum Hanchett

Amber Dunsford (Instagram) specialises in editorial illustration based around and inspired by genetics.  Her illustrations on display had a muted colour scheme, and she uses collage and print in her work.

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Editorial Illustration for New Scientist by Amber Dunsford
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Fruitflies and Neurons – Editorial illustration by Amber Dunsford

Jonathan Brimble is an illustrator who strives to produce atmospheric work based around moving narratives.  I like his unsettling and dark imagery, and parts of his teaser trailer for Wake Unto Me make me think of Tim Burton movies.

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Wake Unto Me – Conceptual design for a narrative game by Jonathan Brimble
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Digital art by Jonathan Brimble

Jordan Sales (Instagram) is inspired by the natural world and monsters.  His creature designs are really imaginative, and some of the monsters look like they would be in a fantasy or horror video game.

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Gods and Monsters of the Cthulhu Mythos – Illustration work for a zine by Jordan Sales
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Gods and Monsters of the Cthulhu Mythos – Illustration work for a zine by Jordan Sales

Adam Martin’s (Instagram) work is very much inspired by fantasy themes, and takes comfort in the relationship between fantasy and reality.  I really like the moody style in his work.

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Illustration work by Adam Martin

Below is the full list of exhibiting students at the Plymouth University Illustration show.  I really enjoyed the exhibition and look forward to next year’s.

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List of exhibiting students at The Plymouth University BA Illustration Show 2017
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Illustration at the Plymouth University Graduate Show 2017 – Part 4

This is my fourth post about the Plymouth University BA (Hons) Illustration show.  Each post so far has looked at work from eight different illustrators.  Here are my previous Posts – Part 1 Part 2 Part 3  (Edit – here is Part 5)

Christopher Reilly (Instagram) is a comic and book illustrator.  His graphic novel Asclepius Origins is based on Greek mythology and the story of Apollo and Coronis. I really like his dark, rough, and sketchy style of drawing and it suits the dark story.

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Asclepius Origins – A page from a graphic novel by Christopher Reilly
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Asclepius Origins – A page from a graphic novel by Christopher Reilly

Jessica Parnell (Instagram) Is a creature creator who works with mixed media.  Her character designs are brought to life in her three dimensional models, and they remind me of the puppets and characters of Jim Henson movies like The Dark Crystal.  I can imagine the Kadoti chirping and trilling.  Jessica’s work was completely unique across all the Graduate shows I went to this year.

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Creatures of Neconia – Character design by Jessica Parnell
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Creatures of Neconia – Character creation by Jessica Parnell
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Creatures of Neconia – Character design by Jessica Parnell
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Creatures of Neconia – Creature creation by Jessica Parnell

Joanna Cole (Instagram) is an illustrator with a passion for nature and narrative.  She had panels from a children’s book she was making on display.  I love the muted colours and dreamlike, detailed watercolour work.

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A panel from Roots Part One: The Outside – Comic by Joanna Cole

Lewis Collins (Instagram) is a sculptor and conceptual artist whose work is inspired by fantasy and sci-fi themes.  His concept sketches showed amazing menacing creatures that would look great in a video game.

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Concept art by Lewis Collins
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Sculpture by Lewis Collins

Matt Royhl (Instagram) specialises in editorial illustration.  His work on display included illustrations he has made for different clients.  I really like the way Matt uses contrasting shades of colours without outlining and smooth rounded edges.

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Visual pun and metaphor in Editorial Illustration by Matt Royhl
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Matt Royhl’s display included a huge ‘Gazette’ page with screens showing his moving GIFs

Ellie Wilkinson’s (Instagram) illustration, design, and graphic work is inspired by social and political issues.  I like the doodley style of her Fight your Cause pattern, and the way she has combined typography with colouring and simple shapes in Refugee makes a really strong statement.

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Refugee – Poster by Ellie Wilkinson
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Fight Your Cause – Pattern design by Ellie Wilkinson

Callum Cowie (Instagram) specialises in illustration for book covers and editorial and narrative design.  His work has been inspired by the human condition, technology, and politics.  His designs are bright and colourful, and made with lots of detail.  The backgrounds in his illustrations help to get the message across, for example, in the first image below, the spirally background paired with the icons and notifications in front make me feel like i’m being sucked down a vortex..

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Technology Today – Editorial illustrations by Callum Cowie
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Technology Today – Editorial illustrations by Callum Cowie

Renee Sheppard (Instagram) works with print and collage to create surreal and dark interpretations of stories and films.  I like the dark sketchy shading and lineart, and the stripes of blotchy colours on the mostly empty background.

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Peter Pan – Collagraph by Renee Sheppard

I have one more post on the Illustration show to follow, plus a post on the BA (Hons) Graphic Communication with Typography Graduate Show at Plymouth University.  They will both be up this week so keep visiting and make sure you check out all these artists on Instagram and their own websites!  You can also see my own Instagram here.

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Illustration at the Plymouth University Graduate Show 2017 – Part 3

This is my third post covering the Plymouth University BA (Hons) Illustration Graduate Show 2017.   Previous posts are here: Part 1 & Part 2  (Edit – here is Part 4 and Part 5)

Sophie Downer (Instagram) is an illustrator specialising in character creation.  I really liked her fan art illustration of Eleven from Stranger Things which communicates the mysterious atmosphere of the story well.

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Illustration by Sophie Downer

Christie Wills’ (Instagram) work is very much centred around wildlife, and she creates illustrations with soft, sketchy lines and calm, muted colours.  I met Christie last year at the Plymouth Arts Weekender and really liked her papercut and watercolour art.

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Observational Drawings by Christie Wills
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Deforestation – Painting by Christie Wills

Lily Byron-Martin (Instagram) is an illustrator creating sketchy-style portraits and animations.  She also does branding and design for business.  Her work for Drift Records is really eye-catching and cool.

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Drift Records – Designs by Lily Byron-Martin
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Gifs – Animation frames by Lily Byron-Martin

Lauren Ogbourne (Instagram) specialises in designing patterns, logos and other artwork for events and small businesses.  She has created some really cute and charming designs, like this bear enjoying beer for a craft beer label, and uses different styles throughout her work depending on the project.

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Huggons – Illustration by Lauren Ogbourne

Briony Trott specialises in watercolour and children’s marketing. Her artwork for her picture book uses flashes of strong, bright colours and lots of curvy, wavy lines which gives her characters lots of life.

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One Day I Went To The Library –  Picture book illustrations by Briony Trott
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A page from One Day I Went To The Library by Briony Trott

Hannah Bone (Instagram) has a really pretty, cartoony style and uses a lot of warm shades and colours.  Her work on display was narrative based, and focused around children’s books.

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My Grandmother is an Alien! – Character Design for a picture book by Hannah Bone

I like how Hannah uses only a small range of colours in The Magic of the Gallery to draw attention to the artists and their work.

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The Magic of the Gallery – Picture book illustration by Hannah Bone
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The Magic of the Gallery – Picture book illustration by Hannah Bone

Anna Bowen (Instagram) creates humourous illustrations with simple linework.  Her caricatures of people on social media in her zine Social Media-ing are hilarious and I really wanted to get a copy, but unfortunately they weren’t available at the Show’s pop up shop!  I was gutted about this because Social Media-ing is one of the most enjoyable zines I’ve read this year.  You can read Anna’s very funny comic Counting Bits here (adult themes warning!).

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Social Media-ing – Zine by Anna Bowen
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Illustrations from Social Media-ing by Anna Bowen
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Exhibition display from Anna Bowen

Lizzie Day (Instagram) specialises in detailed papercut artwork, individually hand cut.  Her piece at the exhibition was based on Greek mythology and showed each of The Twelve Labours of Heracles as if it were on a piece of Ancient Greek pottery.

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The Twelve Labours of Heracles – Wall display of illustration work by Lizzie Day
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Detail from The Twelve Labours of Heracles by Lizzie Day

More to follow!

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Illustration at the Plymouth University Graduate Show 2017 – Part 2

This is my second post covering the Plymouth University BA (Hons) Illustration Graduate Show 2017.  (Edit – here is Part 1, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5)

Laura Hole (Instagram) is a webcomic and zine creator.  I managed to get a copy of Pumpkin Spice from the pop-up shop selling work by the artists exhibiting at the Show which is now in our Zine Library.  You can also read the comic on her website.  Laura’s work is colourful and enchanting.

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Pumpkin Spice – Webcomic and Zine by Laura Hole
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A page from Pumpkin Spice by Laura Hole

Laura’s wall at the exhibition was a huge display of each and every panel from Pumpkin Spice.

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Exhibition display of Pumpkin Spice by Laura Hole

Sophie Ridley (Instagram) is an illustrator whose work provides social commentary on modern life.  This project was really inventive, with the story told through phone-shaped frames and dialogue shown in messaging apps.

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Love at First Swipe – Illustrations exploring online dating by Sophie Ridley
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Two frames from Love at First Swipe by Sophie Ridley

Thomas Simpson (Instagram) draws incredibly detailed illustrations of wildlife.  This page is from his zine Woodland Birds.  Thomas had some fantastic examples of his work on display, unfortunately I couldn’t get good pictures of them as they were in glass frames which reflected the light behind me.  I hope I get another chance to see his work on display, I really like his crosshatching and shading which gives a lot of depth to his illustrations.

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A page from Woodland Birds – Zine by Thomas Simpson

Kira Timpson (Instagram) uses soft friendly tones and happy-feeling colours to make engaging illustrations of interesting characters.

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On the theme of night – Ink Journal piece by Kira Timpson
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For an Eden Project calendar – Illustration by Kira Timpson

Lucy Hirst (Instagram) creates character designs.  This project links animals with humans to create exaggerated and fun characters.

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Humans & Animals – Character Design by Lucy Hirst
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Humans & Animals – Character Designs by Lucy Hirst

One of the benefits of going to Graduate Shows is that some of the artists include their sketchbooks in their displays.  Lucy included several thick and full sketchbooks for visitors to look through in her section of the exhibition and I found these as fascinating as the finished work on display around the room.  It is really good to see the working process of artists and how their designs progress.  I would love to go to an exhibition based completely around artists sketchbooks like these.

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Sketchbook pages by Lucy Hirst

Annie Gordon (Instagram) is a character designer and animator.  Her character design work gives a good range of expressions and poses and this project had a dark and moody atmosphere.

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Search and Rescue – Character Design by Annie Gordon
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Frames from Search and Rescue – Animation by Annie Gordon

Dawn Louise Sims (Instagram) had on display these scratchy and scary images of hairy toothy creatures and a girl.  Other work of Dawn’s included nautical themed work exploring mythical beasts and stories.  I would highly recommend a visit to her website to see more of her work, including this illustration of the Kraken attacking Winstanley’s Eddystone Lighthouse.

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Illustration by Dawn Louise Sims
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Illustration by Dawn Louise Sims

Tara Prudden (Instagram) combines prints of text and images to create powerful illustrations.  I really liked her zine about Secret Pocket Poetry which was filled with faded and shattered imagery.

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A page from Secret Pocket Poetry – Zine by Tara Prudden

Unfortunately Tara’s zine was not available to buy in the pop-up shop.  This is usually the case for many of the comics, zines and picture books on display at Graduate Shows, as they are final projects and not necessarily produced for sale.  This also means that the only chance most of us will have to view these publications is by visiting the Shows in person.

Another post will follow featuring eight more artists!

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Illustration at the Plymouth University Graduate Show 2017 – Part 1

A month ago I went to the BA (Hons) Illustration show at Plymouth University.  There was so much there that I loved that I won’t be able to fit into one blogpost, so here is the first of my posts on the exhibition. (Edit – here is Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5)

The Illustration degree at Plymouth University encourages students to experiment with animation, comics, and illustration for commercial products like cards and labels.  This is different from the approach at PCA where you choose a specific pathway for your degree from the beginning, e.g. BA (Hons) Animation.  Below are some of my photos of different artist’s work.

Rebecca Hughes had several storyboards on display as well as a monitor showing her animations.  I like the simply drawn characters and warm colours.

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Stars – Storyboard for animation by Rebecca Hughes
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Dreamweaver – Storyboard for animation by Rebecca Hughes

Wallace Smith (Instagram) illustrates comics and zines.  I like how Wallace has chosen colours reminiscent of a sunrise for his morning scene.

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Comics and zines by Wallace Smith
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Morning/Evening – Comic by Wallace Smith

Anne Helene Åmo (Instagram) had on display this heavily detailed and quite sad scene which I found really emotional.

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I found you in sunlight, lost you at midnight – Ink Journal project by Anne Helene Åmo

Emily Mead (Instagram) does greetings cards illustrations with a humorous tone.  The colouring looks like it could have been done in watercolour and the inking on the second image below has a cool, sketchy texture to it.

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Design for a men’s birthday card by Emily Mead
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Christmas card design by Emily Mead

Chris Perry (Instagram) had on display some dramatic and creepy linocut pieces which illustrate a picture book.  I think the two-tone artwork is very striking.

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Page from Yokai & I – Linocut picture book by Chris Perry
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Page from Yokai & I – Linocut picture book by Chris Perry

Frankie Hill (Instagram) illustrated the walls of their display with an enormous creature which really stood out.  I like the different shading techniques they used on their pen drawing of a character with horns and it would make a great t-shirt print.

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In One’s Mind – Illustrations by Frankie Hill
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In One’s Mind – Illustration by Frankie Hill

Hannah Cavaney had character and concept art on display.  When I look at the image below I feel like I have been on a journey and the end is in sight.  The character below is cute and her different expressions make her look confident and opinionated.

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Concept art by Hannah Cavaney
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Character Designs for a project on the legend of King Arthur by Hannah Cavaney

Verity Robson (Instagram) has illustrated a picture book about bereavement called Letters to Dad.  Her simple artwork and messages give the effect of being drawn by a child and help make sense of a really difficult subject.

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Letters to Dad – A picture book by Verity Robson
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A page from Letters to Dad – A picture book by Verity Robson

Another post with more from the exhibition will follow!

 

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Plymouth University Illustration Years One and Two Show at RWY

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Poster for the Plymouth University Illustration Years One and Two Show 2017.

On Friday I went to the Opening event for the Plymouth University Illustration Years One and Two Show at Victuals Cafe at Royal William Yard.  The artworks are printed onto long strips of paper hung from the ceiling in double-sided rows so you can walk up and down between them like alleyways of artwork.  I met several of the illustrators whose work is on display and saw a lot of different styles of work.

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Illustration by Isabelle Hobbs

Isabelle Hobbs is a second year student and she says she usually works on till rolls to make long streams of art.  She told me she focuses on drawing women and their faces, hair and outfits and said “subconsciously I think I draw myself a lot”.  She said that for her “doodling is a natural process, like breathing”.  I like how in some areas Isabelle puts in lots of detail but in other areas her drawing is really simple.

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Jennie Scampton’s comic illustrated inside a sarcophagus.  In the background are illustrations on the glass window by Isabelle Hobbs.
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Detail from Jennie Scampton’s comic

Jennie Scampton‘s piece was for a project on narrative sequence and is the first comic she has made.   She said “I love anything to do with legends, myths and history” and so she chose to draw her comic about the Egyptian Gods onto a real papyrus scroll and within the shape of a sarcophagus.  Jennie’s comic is really cleverly done and the story is very funny.

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Psychotropics by Seren Pascoe-Davies

Seren Pascoe-Davies’ said she did her colourful piece Psychotropics on the theme of Visions.  She drew the line art on A3 paper then added colour using a tablet and Photoshop.  I like the colours she has chosen which work really well together and her curly line work.  The piece feels very dreamlike.

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Illustration by Iona Desouza

Iona Desouza told me that she is interested in rural traditions and “things being lost”.  I like how this illustration is quite busy with layers of pencil drawn objects on top of each other.

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Comic by Keir Nicholson

Keir Nicholson‘s comic focuses on a character called Steve the Robot.  Keir described how in his comic Steve goes to work on a normal day but that “his day takes a turn for the worst” and that the story “is about how terrorism can strike at any time”.  I like the limited colour palette Keir has chosen to use and his cute character.

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Illustration by Sophie Mahadevan

Sophie Mahadevan has two pieces on display.  She described the process of making this print to me, and it is a complicated process involving etching on to a copper plate then dipping the plate into acid multiple times to create layers of depth and make the print look three-dimensional.  She said she had never tried this before and she really enjoyed how the first year of her course was very experimental.  I think the tones of blue used in this make the piece seem melancholy.

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Illustration by Chloe Drage
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Detail from Chloe Drage’s illustration

Chloe Drage‘s piece on display is very peaceful and she told me that her goal was to “use nature to tackle depression”.  She usually works in pencil and said “I don’t usually work digitally, so I stepped out of my comfort zone” when working on this piece.  This was my favourite piece in the exhibition and I think this piece would be great concept art for the opening of a video game.  It is calm but mysterious, I wonder if she is a tiny girl on normal sized lily pads or a normal sized girl in a world of giants.

This exhibition is on until the 22nd of May and anyone interested in illustration or what young artists are making in Plymouth should try to go along and see it themselves.  I want to thank all of the artists above for speaking to me about their work. Thank you also to John Kilburn and Ashley Potter who spoke to me about the exhibition and are Plymouth University BA Hons Illustration tutors.

Some of the other pieces I enjoyed at the exhibition are pictured below but unfortunately I didn’t get to meet these artists.  I would be happy to add credit for the art and a link to all of the artists in my photographs below, just contact me and I will edit my post 😀

Edited to add:  The illustrations below are by Plymouth University students Daniele Caruso, Elise Arden-Trew, Sophie Evans, and Millicent Venton.

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Illustration by Daniele Caruso
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Character by Elise Arden-Trew
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Comic by Sophie Evans
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Illustration by a Plymouth University student
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Illustration by Daniele Caruso
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Illustration by Millicent Venton