Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) Graphic and Illustration past and present students will have their work on display at The Exchange in Twickenham until Christmas, with a private viewing on the evening of Wednesday 12 September.
The exhibition celebrates past and present student’s work, boasting beautiful designs and illustration from over 50 years of design at RuTC. The exhibition includes some famous pieces, including the iconic ‘London Calling’ album cover by The Clash, which was photographed by RuTC alumnus, Pennie Smith in 1979. The collection also included work by Barney Bubbles, who contributed to various design work associated with the 1970s and 1980s British independent music scene. RuTC alumnus, Tom Box, Co-founder and Managing Director of Blue Zoo Animations will also be showing his BAFTA nominated short animation film, Mamoon.
Tim Pond, Graphic Design and Illustration lecturer at RuTC, says: “This is an exciting exhibition and with so many talented artists who have studied the course, the exhibition is the perfect way to recognise and celebrate the talent that has been coming out of Richmond upon Thames College for years. We would like to thank the staff at The Exchange in Twickenham who have been a key part in facilitating the exhibition and Hamilton’s, one of the world’s leading photography galleries, for donating bespoke picture frames. We’re always looking for talented students to come and study with us. In return, we can offer the right environment for their skills to flourish!”