additions to the Bloodbank showcase over the past month include multi-award
winners Fan Li and Primoz Mahne alongside International Society of Typographic
Designers winners Amie Norman and Wen Sheng Teh. Best New Blood winner Willow
Tyrer also makes her first appearance.
for November focuses on award winning illustration graduates and emerging
professionals. Ian Dodds, Elaine Hedges and Julia Staite are all student
winners of the AOI Images 27 series. Cheynne Edmonston is commended in
the illustration category of the 2003 D&AD Student Awards and Hayley
Smail is a Future of Design Award winner.
You can view samples of their work and contact them directly by visiting
are still tickets available for the D&AD President’s Forum on
25 November. The Forum will address the question “Is there a growing
divide between theory and practice in design and advertising education?”
Panellists will include Dan Fern from the RCA, Teal Triggs from Kingston
University, John Sorrell from the Sorrell Foundation,
D&AD’s own education chairman Dick Powell and Dave Trott, creative
partner of Walsh Trott Chick Smith.
There are also a few tickets still available for the Head to Head Lecture
on 2 December. This event will see Paula Scher and Seymour Chwast battle
over “What’s more important. Big type or big pictures?”
Anyone interested in graphic design and typography should attend this
premier event for the UK. For ticket bookings email email@example.com.
The 2003 D&AD Annual and Showreel will be launched on 27 November
and will be available to purchase from D&AD. For more information
There is a new Workout brochure available incorporating new creative training
sessions alongside some of the old favourites. To receive the latest information
on D&AD’s professional creative training programme email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are
an award-winning young designer or creative email email@example.com
to showcase your work on the Bloodbank.
used in this issue of the newswire are by Wen Sheng Teh, Willow Tyrer
and Fan Li.
The Bloodbank is a continually refreshed online showcase and recruitment
tool for emerging creative talent. It showcases award winning graduates,
students and young creatives from around the world to the creative industries
who may contact them directly regarding placements, jobs, interviews and
advice. The Bloodbank also encourages young creatives to interact and
form new creative partnerships with each other.
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Line + 44 20 7840 1118 - Email firstname.lastname@example.org