The artworks of the student community of Westminister Fashion has brought out a tabloid featuring their new runway collections. This is the third time that they have chosen to have newsprint. It also shows off the 2015 Runway Collection in the form of classical illustrations. Along with that they also publish the work portfolio and fashion illustrations of student’s.
They believe tabloids to be the perfect medium for them as the students finish their illustrations only days prior to printing and the this pace and immediacy that the newspaper carries is the essence of the industry of fashion. At the same time it is also vital that the designs that are printed should be the exact version of what the model wears in the runway. The university also stresses on the importance of having their students presenting their work as 2D designs.
The university had 36 students graduating this year, which means that each student would get two pages to display their art work. The university also ensures that the students get a lot of exposure through various internships with the likes of established fashion icons like Marc Jacobs, Alexander Mcqueen, Jeremey Scott and Christian Dior. The students come back with these enriching experiences and it is vividly reflected in their work showcasing the aesthetical beauty.
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The creative heads and the writing crew of Asteroid Better has joined with the research wing of the Great North Museum : Hancock to bring out a comic range entirely based on insects. They have named it Spineless and they are planning to organize a grand release of the same in the coming exhibition of the museum. They are planning to portray the life , living pattern, habits, habitats,conditions of survival of insects, and thereby hoping that the world would be aware of its importance. It is published by Applied Comics with a lot of contributions from a well groomed set of illustrators including Samuel C Williams, Sigmund Reimann, Emily Rose Lambert, John Gatehouse, Terry Wiley, and Jess Bradley. They are not planning to restrict entry as the creators feel it to be for the benefit of environmental awareness.
St. James did not have a local newspaper for about a century. Things take a new turn, as The Correspondent has been assigned to revive the face and soul of St.James by The crown Estate. It is being hoped that it would give voice to the problems and struggles experienced by the local residents as well as the small scale retailers in and around the neighbourhood.
The Correspondent is well reputed tabloid which has been in the newspaper industry forever; it has dn&co as the designing and creative director. The agent o the Crown Estare explains how significant the stories of local residents, events and local news is and how often it gets lost in the big business of global news. The correspondent is widely distributed in shops and railway stations, at the same time you can follow the editors in twitter or definitely read online.