BrandinLondon – Boost your creativity

A multi-ethnic, vibrant city, full of ever-changing energy, London has always been a beacon of design. And London will be the venue from 4 to 10 March 2023 for students of the BA Graphic Design and  MA Visual Innovation Design courses to experience and experiment with new creative dimensions.

During a series of advanced training events, through talks by industry professionals and site visits to their studios and creative agencies, students will have the opportunity to engage with new visions and perspectives on brand design.

The aim is to cultivate influences, encourage “thinking outside the box” and build a professional community with a number of excellent designers who have turned their passion into an accomplished goal.

Students will get to know some of the most well established graphic design studios in the fields of brand identity and advertising, but also place branding, Exhibit Museum, coding design, and typography.  Highlights include: : Accept & Proceed, Dalton Maag, Lippincott Agency, Landor & Fitch, Monotype, Paul McNeil and Hamish Muir, NB Studio, Saffron Brand Consultants.

Another integral aspect of the trip will be a number of inspiring visits to museums and iconic London landmarks to absorb the British style that has always been so far ahead, even of itself.

The students are ready for this life changing experience!

We look forward to welcoming them back, enthusiastic and full of new ideas, which they can implement in the creative language of their choice: unconventional, motion graphic, interaction and multimedia design, photography and video, publishing or music. Their projects will be included in an exhibition that will be installed at our university.

BrandinLondon, the creative journey the creative journey devised by our lecturer Agnese Angelini, will lead students to become more aware of their creative and professional potential, in keeping with the long-standing commitment of the entire RUFA Academy.

Enjoy your trip!

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