STUDENT WORK ARCHIVES: UNDER MILK WOOD

AMY LAKER graduated from Middlesex’s Illustration BA in 2015. As part of her final year she produced a broadsheet illustrating Dylan Thomas’ dreamy radio drama Under Milk Wood.

You can check out some of the spreads below;

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Find more of Amy’s work online;

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GRADUATE WORK: STEW MAGAZINE

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During its run STEW MAGAZINE has featured illustrations by a number of graduate from our course. Each issue set out to provide plenty of food for thought for curious children from 8-12 with fact filled features, brain teasers and short stories.

You can see some of the work by our former students from various articles below;

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AMBER COOPER-DAVIES

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DANIEL DUNCAN

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FREDRIK EDEN

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DAWN WILLIAMS

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MICHAEL O’BRIEN

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SACHIKO OGURI

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GRADUATE WORK: LITTLE DOOR COLLECTIVE’S COLOURING NIGHT

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Last year graduate collective LITTLE DOOR successfully funded and released THE LITTLE DOOR COLORING IN BOOK (FOR GROWN UPS), a 38 page A4 book full of quirky, beautiful black & white illustrations, patterns and typography. Recently the group hosted an evening at King’s Cross’s Drink Shop Do featuring a live draw, group colouring-in and a pop up shop. You can see photos from the event below;

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Copies of The Little Door Colouring Book are available from the collective’s ONLINE STORE, along with a range of prints and zines.

 

You can also follow the group online;

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DEGREE SHOW 2016

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Last month saw Middlesex University return to the Truman Brewery for our annual degree show. In this post we’ll be sharing a selection of work by our graduating 3rd year. We’re hoping to see more from them soon!

You can read what DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE thought this interview with some of their top-picks from the show.

 

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ELLA GINN

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HOLLY ARNELL THORPE

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CHLOE SMITH

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MATT INGRAM

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AMEENA QURESHI

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ANTRIA SOFRONIOU

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SOPHIE CARTER

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KATE SIMPSON

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CHARLIE JOHNSTON

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NAKIM LLOYD-BROWN

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NICOLE COWAN

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GRADUATE WORK: MUNDAIL MAGAZINE

MUNDIAL MAGAZINE is a football lifestyle magazine that explores the culture and history of the beautiful game. To celebrate the kick off of this year’s Euro Cup, Mundail commissioned a number of illustrators to re-create moments from previous tournaments. Included in the line up were Middlesex Illustration graduates MICHAEL O’BRIEN and DANIEL DUNCAN;

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MICHAEL O’BRIEN

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DANIEL DUNCAN

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Dan has previously produced artwork for a number of Mundail’s events and issues of the magazine;

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Illustration for Fiorentina Le Coq Sportif kit launch last year hosted by Mundail Magazine.

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Illustration for a feature in a recent issue of Mundail about why Leadbelly’s ‘Goodnight Irene’ is the anthem of Bristol Rovers fans.