A Level Graphic Communication 2016
This gallery shows a small sample of the diverse and adventurous work from this year's graphic communication group. You'll see from the gallery that they're taking up ambitious places next year and have developed a good sense of cultural awareness, visual communication skills, organisation, discipline and a creative working methodology. These are key building blocks for future study. Graphic communication is an exciting area of study, involving the generation and development of ideas about visual communication and the production of wide ranging outcomes. It is very different from the Graphic Products syllabus: you will undertake practical art and design assignments based on drawing, use of colour, layout, printing, animation, illustration and typography. You will then learn how to design on computers. Critical analysis of art and design history and the study of recent and current practitioners is incorporated in to all the units. Written communication is a compulsory component and is assessed equally to the practical work. This course also includes field trips and visits to important exhibitions.