After three years at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts we have managed to get ourselves a Bachelor’s degree! That calls for a celebratory showcasing of the projects we have been working on for the past three months. We would like you to come and celebrate us, look at our projects, give us compliments and drink beer :-)))))
BA Graphic Design Degree Show showcases the final projects from the Bachelors of Visual Communication ’17 at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Design.
The projects are based on each designer’s personal interests and perspectives. They aim to shed light on both current and often tabooed topics such as mental disorders, death, capitalism, housing shortage, fear, body image and artificial intelligence but also lighter topics like amusement parks, life changes, burger joints and Beyoncé’s Lemonade album. The degree show will present a broad spectrum within the field of Visual Communication; both graphic design, illustration and photography.
At the show you will be able to talk to the designers about their projects, see glimpses of the process and view the final products which are everything from magazines, newspapers, books and websites to wayfinding systems, visual identities and experience design.
The students and their projects:
Astrid Birkedal / Book. Capitalism and Social Structures.
Eva Árnadóttir / Website. Artificial Intelligence.
Hannah Philipsen / Book. Female Body Image.
Jacob Vagnby / Visual identity. Fish burgers.
Dorte Gottlieb / Graphic novel. Housing shortage.
Helga Djurhuus / Illustrations and collages. Bipolar Disorder.
Maria Hartmann / Book. Visualisation of Beyoncé's album 'Lemonade'.
Julie Sølvstrøm / Magazine. Taboo/death.
Anna Dyrberg / Exhibition. Amusement park Bakken.
Josephine Falberg / Illustrated short story collection. Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman.
Carita Markdal / Illustrated novel. The Enchanter by Vladimir Nabokov.
Olivia Lee Storm / Visual Portraits. Life Changes.
See sneak peeks of our projects on: www.instagram.com/ba_graphicdesign
Vernissage: Thursday the 3rd of August, 4pm–11pm | Facebook event