the crypt gallery at st. pancras church

euston road, london,
NW1 2BA

10th – 13th may
open daily 10.30am – 6.00pm

#exhibitionwouldbenice

wouldbenice is the 2nd external annual end of year exhibition of graduating students from the ba (hons) graphic design (visual communication & illustration) course at the University of West London

after the heights of last years graduating students and the wonderful exhibition held in the Rag Factory just off Brick Lane (design16.london) its great to be back in the centre of london for this years show

a bumper crop of 29 students are exhibiting a range of work covering almost all areas of graphic design. there’s web design, mobile apps, concept design, illustration, motion graphics, packaging, printmaking, games design, animation and more…

the show takes place in the heart of London, close to Soho’s creative design hub

the course, run at the University of West London, has been running successfully since Freddie Mercury studied graphic design at the then ealing school of art and design

our students can be found working across all areas of graphic design and with a renewed emphasis on traditional creative thinking and practice allied with industry focused skills the course embodies the contemporary notion that everything is graphic design

everything is open to graphic designers that have the creative and technical skills

come and see the latest crop of students

the private view is on the evening of Tuesday 9th may at 6pm and is open daily from Wednesday 10th may – Saturday 13th May from 10.30am till 6pm