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Some of Kev's work

Kev Munday

BA (Hons) Graphic Design

Graduated 2009

Picture of Kev Munday

My course taught me to experiment in a wide variety of styles, think wide and learn digital and handmade skills. After graduating I worked part-time while building up my studio practice and self-promoting my illustration and artwork.

This degree is for you if you're self-motivated and interested in a career in design. 

I’ve now been working as a full-time artist for just over seven years, primarily focusing on hand drawn artwork on canvas and murals. I’ve produced work for brands including Graham & Brown Wallpaper (wallpaper designs), Ten Skateboards (skate decks), Monster Energy (hand painted murals) and The Hemp Trading Company (clothing designs).

I produce around 200 original works of art a year, which I sell through representing galleries in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, the UK and online. Some of these artworks then go on to be licenced for products or print designs.

Graphic design/art gives me the opportunity to creatively express myself for a living. For those who want to do the same, work as hard outside of the course as you do on it, and set yourself creative briefs when you haven’t got projects coming in.

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MA degree show 2018
Postgraduate students across the School of Art, Design and Fashion came together for their end of year showcase – celebrating their achievements and exhibiting a variety of work from MA Creative Direction for Fashion and Beauty, MA Critical Creative Practice and MA Visual Communication.
Part of Martin Lund's final year project
Bringing the Bluebird CN7 back to life
Engineering excellence and Cold War-era technology were the inspiration behind BA (Hons) Graphic Design student Martin Lund's final year project.
Beach hut
Presenting beach huts to industry
Students on the design foundation year completed their first major project, designing, building and decorating sustainable beach huts from cardboard.
Iryna Kosobudska's final year project
The collective struggle of living in a world of stereotypes
MA Visual Communication student, Iryna Kosobudska, had her work on display at this month’s degree shows. Iryna’s project looks at the impact that social pressures have on people from across the UK, as well as in her hometown of Odessa, Ukraine.
Animation students using a light-box
Experiment with styles ranging from drawn animation to stop-motion.
Animation students will be given the opportunity to bring their concepts to life using industry standard facilities and traditional light-boxes.
Students using adobe creative suites
We provide a stimulating learning environment and access to state-of-the-art resources.
Our industry-standard facilities include traditional light-boxes, special effects workshops and green screen rooms. Students are also given free access to the Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office and a full suite of Autodesk software.

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