Royal College of Art graduates Jayne Alexander-Closs and Violetta Suzzet Boxill have designed publicity material for the RCA’s Centenary Degree Show. Their London group Alexander Boxill has created 13 invitations in varying colourways, a poster and a special typeface for the occasion. It is also in the process of designing signs. Part One of the show, focusing on fine art, textiles, sculpture and bronze-casting, runs from 6 to 16 June. Part Two, which includes graphics, architecture, interiors, furniture, and products runs from 27 June to 7 July.
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