Students. Don’t ya just love ’em? Lucky O’Brien (aka Gerard Locke) – hang on, shouldn’t that be the other way round? – sent us a letter explaining how he’s circulating flyers (pictured) to ‘cool magazines’ (who’s he trying to kid?) to promote his work. ‘I am trying to buck the trend of slick design right now and bring some angst and, I guess, PUNK notions into graphic design,’ he muses – the leading of his typescript so bunched it’s practically illegible. ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah,’ we yawned. If that floats your boat, you can get Lucky on 07732 800217.
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