New talent 2017: Best graduates from London's top colleges

Jack Collis

  • University: Chelsea College of Arts
  • Course: BA (Hons) Graphic Design Communication
  • Project: dot-draw.xyz

Inspired by The De Stijl movement and “imagery created by reducing components to the essentials of colour and composition,” Jack Collis’ interactive project is a playful modular system that enables users to explore, create and submit images.

“People have submitted everything from penises to typefaces, voting propaganda to signatures,” explains Collis. “It’s incredible to see just how differently one creative challenge can be approached.” 

Jeong Eun Yoo

  • University: Chelsea College of Arts
  • Course: BA (Hons) Graphic Design Communication
  • Project: Regather Hangul

South Korea-born Jeong Eun Yoo was tired of work from her native land focusing on North Korean propaganda, or the North–South divide. Inspired by the stories of families separated by the conflict, Regather Hangul has a message of unity and resolution. Her typeface was inspired by the traditional Korean art of Jogakbo – patchwork made from leftover clothes.

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