The show’s name lends itself to ‘differing perspectives’. It charts how the student’s have developed as designers over the two year course and how they have learned to see the world differently.
As well as showcasing the Graphic’s students’ work, there will be an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience designed by the Multimedia students. The team adapted the Unity gaming engine to create their own virtual experience displayed using a smartphone and a custom designed app. The ambitious project was completed in under 10 weeks under the supervision of Bristol-based tech company, Zubr VR.
The work on display covers a wide breadth of design disciplines and collaborations with the South West’s thriving creative industry: Boneshaker Magazine, Duncan Worall, Chris Malbon, Mr. B & Friends, Zubr VR, Mammal Create, Stuff Advertising and Accent Print.
First year students will also present their entries for the annual Hooper award.