Computer Arts – October 2019

Finally proud to share the wonderful news that I am currently featured in this month’s iconic Computer Arts Magazine.

Back when I was a Graphic Design student at the Ulster University, Magee I greatly admired the Computer Arts Magazine of which I bought each month (when I had the money of course). So it was always a dream to be part of this famous magazine.

If you are based in the UK it would be great if you could take some photos and share them with me.

A huge thanks to Beren Neal Editor, Computer Arts magazine at Future Plc for the confidence and patience.

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DESIGNerd

Honoured to talk about ‘How to visually respond to a social issue’ on DESIGNerd.

DESIGNerd is a community of like-minded design enthusiasts which has featured iconic designers such as Milton Glaser, Jessica Walsh, Peter Saville, Debbie Millman, Michael Bierut and many more.

Thanks to Kevin Finn for the kind feature.

View the full interview here.

2013 and 2014 editions of the KSBDA International Exhibition

Last week I received a wonderful package from Korea which included the 2013 and 2014 editions of the KSBDA International Exhibition.

The 2013 edition featured my poster ‘Dead Leaf’ and the 2014 edition featured my poster ‘White Tiger Melts’.

A huge thanks to Chang Kim for the kind invitation and also sending the books.

2013 and 2014 editions of the KSBDA International Exhibition

 

Christopher Scott – Universidad Tecnológica Equinoccial

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I am very happy and proud to announce that I will be the new Professor of Graphic Design at the Universidad Tecnológica Equinoccial.

The university is recognised as one of the best Universities in Ecuador and it also has a very good reputation in the field of Graphic Design. So it is very good move forward in my career and life.

I would like to thank all my Facebook friends who have liked, shared, commented and showed me amazing support. I am truly humbled by this everyday.

A special thanks to Tatiana Cabrera for believing in me and making it happen. I hope to repay this faith by helping you, the university and the students to achieve great things.

I look forward to this new challenge in my life with alot of excitement.

Never stay still…Always move forward.
Your friend,

Christopher