Marcel Van Eeden - surreal graphic novel, must have been drawn with an 8B pencil!

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Marcel Van Eeden - surreal graphic novel, must have been drawn with an 8B pencil!

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Fantastic wall of posters from previous exhibitions at the the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Refreshing to reacquaint with Karen Appel and the Cobra group, also ‘The Beanery’ by Ed Keinholz (1965) .. still intriguing after all these years!

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BA GD & ILL Study Trip to Amsterdam March 2014:

Newly refurbished Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

Jeff Wall retrospective.

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BA GD & ILL Study Trip to Amsterdam March 2014:

Hansje Van Halem book designer and type artist.

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Playing to the Gallery ..

Grayson Perry: ‘There’s an awful lot of guff talked about art’
Artist Grayson Perry was commissioned to draw a series of pictures to illustrate his Reith Lectures on BBC Radio 4. The first Reith lecture, in which Perry analyses the complex process of judging quality in contemporary art, will be broadcast in full on BBC Radio 4 on 15 October 2013 at 09:00 BST.

Unmissable!

BLACK MIRROR WITH CHARLIE BROOKER
BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL 2013
 
 Thursday 12 September BRIGHTON 
 
A double-bill screening of Charlie Brooker’s Emmy award-winning Black Mirror series 1, followed by a Q&A with very special guest, Charlie Brooker.
 
http://www.lighthouse.org.uk/programme/black-mirror-with-charlie-brooker
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BLACK MIRROR WITH CHARLIE BROOKER

BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL 2013

 


Thursday 12 September
BRIGHTON

 


A double-bill screening of Charlie Brooker’s Emmy award-winning Black Mirror series 1, followed by a Q&A with very special guest, Charlie Brooker.

 

http://www.lighthouse.org.uk/programme/black-mirror-with-charlie-brooker

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Review of University of Brighton Degree Shows 2013 - featuring BA Graphic Design and Illustration graduates.
http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2013/june/talent-spotters-brighton
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Review of University of Brighton Degree Shows 2013 - featuring BA Graphic Design and Illustration graduates.

http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2013/june/talent-spotters-brighton

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Propaganda: Power and Persuasion - an exhibition at the British Library17 May - 17 September 2013
Explore our groundbreaking exhibition on international state propaganda from the 20th and 21st centuries. From leaflet drops to tweets, for intentions good and bad.
Propaganda is all around us. It is used to fight wars and fight disease, build unity and create division. Whether monumental or commonplace, sincere or insidious, propaganda is often surprising, sometimes horrific and occasionally humorous. While it’s never neutral, it can be difficult to define and identify.
Propaganda: Power and Persuasion is the first exhibition to explore international state propaganda from the 20th and 21st centuries. From the eye-opening to the mind-boggling, from the beautiful to the surprising, posters, films, cartoons, sounds and texts reveal the myriad ways that states try to influence and persuade their citizens.
Exploring a thought-provoking range of exhibits, you will find yourselves looking anew at the messages, methods, and media used by different states - discovering how they use propaganda through time and across cultures for both power and persuasion.
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Propaganda: Power and Persuasion - an exhibition at the British Library
17 May - 17 September 2013

Explore our groundbreaking exhibition on international state propaganda from the 20th and 21st centuries. From leaflet drops to tweets, for intentions good and bad.


Propaganda is all around us. It is used to fight wars and fight disease, build unity and create division. Whether monumental or commonplace, sincere or insidious, propaganda is often surprising, sometimes horrific and occasionally humorous. While it’s never neutral, it can be difficult to define and identify.


Propaganda: Power and Persuasion is the first exhibition to explore international state propaganda from the 20th and 21st centuries. From the eye-opening to the mind-boggling, from the beautiful to the surprising, posters, films, cartoons, sounds and texts reveal the myriad ways that states try to influence and persuade their citizens.


Exploring a thought-provoking range of exhibits, you will find yourselves looking anew at the messages, methods, and media used by different states - discovering how they use propaganda through time and across cultures for both power and persuasion.

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Graphic Design … placement of image and text, simple no ..
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Graphic Design … placement of image and text, simple no ..

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BA Graphic Design & Illustration Degree Show opens at the University of Brighton (runs until 12 June)

http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/whats-on/student-shows/graduate-shows/faculty-of-arts-graduate-show-2013

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