Posted 25 Jun 2012
Each year we’re lucky enough to work with some of the countries most creative minds as they finish their graphic design, photography or fashion degree courses at Kingston University. We work with them to produce work for their final degree shows and future industry shows propelling them into the limelight so they can pick up well earned employment and internships in their chosen industries across the globe.
As well as providing a service to people who we see as the clients of the future we also enjoy the couple of weeks build up immensely as their enthusiasm and creativity rubs off on us giving us a welcome break from normality! We thought it would be a nice idea to give something back and feature some of their work on our blog for you all to see.
Karina needed colour matched cut vinyl for her end of year display wall showing her project entitled Space for Peace. Her project was awarded ‘best of year’ by D&AD student awards
“Space for Peace uses blue outlines to create awareness about the existing organisation ‘Peace One Day’, which aims to celebrate a day of global truce and non-violence on the 21st September. This idea and process can be replicated anywhere by anyone and is not restricted by language, race or religion.”
You can see more of Karina’s work on her site karinasiba.co.uk