“As a city, I find Brighton friendly, welcoming and creative — choosing to study here was one of the best decisions I have ever made, and I can’t see myself living (or studying) anywhere else!”
“If I needed to give the 16 year old me an advise that will be things take times and things will go your way, so just keep working hard and putting in all you got.” Read More
“In my hometown it feels like people only ever wear black, grey, or navy. On my first day in Brighton, I saw someone wearing bootcut, american-flag-pattern jeans with an eagle on one leg in the coffee aisle of Sainsbury’s.” Read More
Louise Colbourne who leads the University of Brighton’s graphics postgraduate degree has co-created a lush visual celebration of Pulp’s sixth album, This Is Hardcore, featuring unseen photography, behind-the-scenes interviews and visuals.
“Being surrounded by like-minded people was a beautiful experience. The course helped me to understand various methods of developing my work – from traditional to digital processes – via diverse workshops and briefs. My time spent at Brighton has really helped me to find what I’m really interested in when it comes to graphic design.”
“I have always been fascinated by typography and branding. I come from a financial and architecture educational background, which means that my work is often attributed to being precise and meticulous… I tend to take a minimal approach to design, with focus on photography and type.”
raphic”I have absolutely loved the course and am so sad that it’s slowly coming to an end. Brighton enables you to have so much design freedom as well as be able to learn skills via the many workshops which are on offer.”