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You can trace the history of punk’s, and indeed some of the nation’s most iconic and controversial imagery back to London College of Communication (LCC).
Jamie Reid, famous Sex Pistols graphic designer, who created the Never Mind The Bollocks album cover, did his reprographic work at the then London College of Printing (LCP) in the 1970s.
So it’s fitting LCC should host an Exhibition of graphics featured in the book, The Art of Punk – the first ever comprehensive review of punk art and design ever published. Co-written and complied by LCC Postgraduate Graphic Design Course Leader Russell Bestley and Alex Ogg The Art of Punk highlights the evolution of the punk movement within graphic design and print, while also considering its impact on fashion and popular culture. Famous graphics for legendary bands like the Ramones, Sex Pistols, the Damned, Misfits and the Clash are included in the book, alongside less celebrated examples from South America, behind the old “Iron Curtain” and even further afield – from the Himalayas to Kazakhstan to Trinidad. Designers and artists featured include Jamie Reid, Malcolm Garrett, Linder Sterling, Peter Saville, Barney Bubbles and Raymond Pettibon.

The Art of Punk exhibition, which runs from 17-26 October at LCC,  provides a snapshot of punk’s wild, varied and exuberant graphic identity.
In the current edition of Computer Arts magazine, two 2015 BA Graphic Communication graduates are featured.
CSAD is host to a wide range of evening, weekend and masterclasses under the name 'Cardiff Open'. CSAD releases a regular pdf newsletter featuring a round-up of news from across the School. London College of Communication (LCC) MA Publishing Tutor Frania Hall is the author of a new textbook The Business of Digital Publishing which has been published by Routledge.
The Business of Digital Publishing is a comprehensive guide to the digital developments within the book and journal industries and focuses on four key publishing sectors: professional reference, academic, education and consumer.

And it’s believed the iconic God Save the Queen image, adapted from an official 1977 jubilee photograph, was re-photographed for posters and the record cover right here.
It is a celebration, not just of the book but the subculture it attempts to reflect, and its lasting influence on mainstream culture in the UK, and around the world.
The courses on offer cover many art and design based subjects such as painting, ceramics, drawing, making and photography.
She has worked across a variety of publishing sectors and conducts training courses on editorial, commercial and digital publishing, as well as conducting research in the area of collaboration and partnership around digital projects.

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