From the cover to the last page, Computer Arts magazine in championing new talent this issue – showcasing the winning entry of its cover competition, by Hazel Mason, with accompanying spot UV and pink Pantone to give the illustration and extra punch.
Inside, the team reveal their top picks of creative UK graduates that you should keep an eye on in 2019. They've scoured the UK for the very best, most original graphic designers and illustrators, and the results speak for themselves – the future of the creative industries is looking pretty healthy!
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Elsewhere in the issue, explore five amazing examples of collaboration, from creating a book of poetry to producing an award-winning line of confectionary products. The mag also lifts the lid on the process behind two major new projects – the new redesign of Foilco. by Studio DBD and the new identity of The Syrup Company.
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Catch up with the irreverent Spanish creative duo Twee Muizen, and look at their genre-mashing work that spans massive murals to friendly taxidermy. SODA Studio open up their headquarters to show you how they blend architecture and design, and as ever there's loads of insight from the industry leaders inside. Get your copy now!
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