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Computer Arts August 2019

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making the cover

This year’s competition yielded more eager entrants than ever, and it was a delight to see so many imaginative and varied executions. Yet despite the high volume of covers to choose from, judging was unanimous and swift. Hazel P Mason’s entry hit every mark we could hope for: a distinctive, beautifully rendered illustration, great cover composition, and a visual wit and playfulness that ensured it stood out from the crowd. “My concept for the cover was based on the fact that I was having the time of my life exhibiting at the various London showcases for new talent last summer,” Hazel explained, “and there’s no better way to enter the industry than sipping on ice-cold drinks as I chatted to clients, art directors and other creatives. Fresh out of university and eager…

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editor’s letter

One of the great things about working on Computer Arts is that it cuts through the cynicism that, for me, can seep into a working day – this is the age of Brexit, after all! The team becomes genuinely inspired by the creative minds we connect with each month. The mag’s aim is to explore what’s possible in creativity, noting but not fixating on the limitations. That’s why our annual New Talent issue is so special. First of all, we get to champion a new creative up front on the cover (skip back to page 3 for more on that). It’s also the issue that we speak to and promote graduates from all across the UK – the very definition of creative potential! And no two grads are ever the same.…

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featuring

MARISA DENKER The creative director of A Playful City stresses on page 22 how well-designed urban spaces can improve the lives of a city’s population – both young and old. www.aplayfulcity.com TWEE MUIZEN …which translates as ‘two mice’ from the Dutch, comprises Denís Galocha and Cristina Barrientos. Find out more about the duo – and their masks – on page 60. www.instagram.com/tweemuizen SOOJIN BUZELLI & VICTO NGAI On page 68 we discuss how collaborative working can bring the best out of creative partnerships. Case in point: Buzelli and Ngai have long realised that what might be good is often never good enough. DAVE SEDGWICK There’s a shining example of a brand revamp on page 80, as Studio DBD’s founder tells how he gave Foilco’s identity cohesion and consistency. www.studiodbd.com MIKE SCHWOEBEL Turn to page 98 to find out why Nemo Design’s creative…

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meet the team

BEREN NEALE EDITOR A devotee of me time, the ed had the best day in Bristol’s Saint Andrew’s park in scorching solitude this June – Wolf Hall in hand, a couple of cold cans within reach, wistfully getting burned to a crisp. Glorious. MARK WYNNE ART EDITOR Mark asked Cliff to write something for him here, and all he got were a couple of rows of Occae vere que parum rest, optiisq uident que quo quia porepudae omni tem quiscim laborest incil [That’ll teach you – Cliff]. CLIFF HOPE OPERATIONS EDITOR The first-person shooter and cultural phenomenon Fortnite finally made an appearance on the family’s games console. Cliff’s attempts to distract his son’s gaming sessions by doing the Floss didn’t end well.…

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key contributors

RUTH HAMILTON DEPUTY EDITOR, CREATIVE BLOQ This month, Ruth attended her work’s summer party. She took advantage of the free temporary tattoos on offer, one of which she forgot about and rediscovered in the middle of an important meeting several days later. GARRICK WEBSTER FREELANCE WRITER Garrick’s interest in packaging design has extended into his own war on plastic. He’s become Tupperware Man, armed with a scoop and buying cereal and snacks in bulk from his local whole foods shop. Go Garrick! Production notes PRINTERS TEXT AND COVER CMYK AND PANTONE 807 INTENSE William Gibbons HIGH BUILD SPOT UV AND MATT LAMINATE SOFT TOUCH FINISH BY PAPER COVER Precision Special Gloss FSC 250gsm P3–98: Ultra Mag Plus Gloss 90gsm TYPEFACES Trump Gothic West, Akkurat, S-L, Simplo, Kondola and Calluna…

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d&ad offers free classes

With British education costs spiralling, it sounds too good to be true. But there’s no catch: D&AD, the global association for creative advertising and design, has been running D&AD New Blood Shift, a free 12-week London-based programme of night classes for aspiring creatives since 2016. And it’s now returning for a fourth year, with applications open until 26 August. D&AD New Blood Shift aims to provide young people without qualifications with a foothold into the creative industries, and promote diversity. Successful applicants will have the chance to develop and refine their creative skills through a range of workshops, talks from leading industry figures, and working on real client briefs. And that’s not all. New for 2019, a £10,000 fund has been introduced to support accommodation and travel costs. Two students will be…