Cardiff School of Art & Design lecturer Ray Nicklin has designed invitations and posters advertising the college’s forthcoming degree show. The exhibition showcases students on the graphics course and acts as a recruitment vehicle, says Nicklin. The marketing material depicts ‘selection, choice and and judgment’ and features the choice of a banana from a fruitbowl over other fruit to illustrate this idea. Cardiff School of Art & Design’s show runs from 8-15 June at the college.
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