Marwan Kaabour – MA Graphic Design
MA Graphic Design graduate, Marwan Kaabour, has just completed work on the V&A’s current exhibition ‘Disobedient Objects’. With a history in political design, Barnbrook Design, where Marwan works, was commissioned to design the visual identity, exhibition graphics, book and marketing campaign for the exhibition.
What did you study at LCC and what year did you graduate?
MA Graphic Design, 2011
Why did you complete an MA?
I needed a new challenge and direction.
Where are you from in the world?
What are your fondest memories of LCC?
Working on the graduate show with my classmates. We literally lived on campus for a week working day and night to get the show up and running.
Where do you see progress and/or decline in the practice of graphic design?
I see progress in the way designers are embracing new technologies and exploiting them faster than before whether from generative design to various digital platforms and media.
What piece of advice would you give to new students?
If you’re not a Londoner, experiencing the city is as crucial to your development in the course as the actual work.
Currnetly a designer at Barnbrook