It was a pleasure to visit my old university’s degree show on Thursday night. As ever it was a jam-packed evening with a huge amount of great work, too much to even see in one evening.
I’ve selected a small selection of favourites above:
- From Interaction pathway, Jeff Chun-Hee Luu’s balloon installations were very clever. Called Anticipatory, it put me right on edge.
- Marta Dos Santos’s project Rolling Pinecone creates beautiful word formations based on how you type into a piece of software. Have a go on the online version here.
- From the Info pathway, I loved Ting Lee’s book that showed mathematical equations and the curved patterns they create.
- Daksheeta Pattni’s illustrated Animal Alphabet was simply stunning.
- James Coltman’s publication that documents the Typo’s history through alumni and photos was a really nice tribute to final year of the pathway.
- A really simple and fun interactive installation from Ethan Loh that “injects feel good emotions” using a flash - The Oomphster!
- Finally, I was really drawn to Ines Neto dos Santos’ photographic project "exploring the physicality of empty space".
The Graphic and Media Design degree show at the London College of Communication is on all next week.