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Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 1/11 Position Statement


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 2/11 Online Presence


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 3/11 Live Briefs Film Festival Filmous Posters Pop Up Shop


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 4/11 Hallmark Placement

Positives First experience in real world Expand illustrative skills Made contacts Future prospects Freelance/designs taken further Not just a ‘mac monkey’ Add to CV Negatives Two weeks taken from FMP Bradford Very self directed (discipline)


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 5/11 Hallmark Outcomes Can work in different ways My style is very personal Pace of working Have to overcome obstacles


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 6/11 Contact with Freelancers

Ryan Brinkerhoff Justin White Dave Perillo Chris DeLorenzo Andrew Kolb Graham Erwin The Bungaloo Fernando Reza Tom Whalen Alex Westgate

‘I currently work for a studio, so I have a pretty normal schedule. Not like those folks you hear about who get to wake up at noon and eat french toast on their sofa while they watch Star Trek and get paid to draw pictures of things. Someday, maybe. One can dream.’ Matt Chase


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 7/11 Pop Culture & Print Possibilities THE DREAM: Gallery 1988 Silver Screen Society Mondo

‘I literally just e-mailed the gallery and was like, “I love what you do. Can I make something for you?” Matt Chase on Gallery 1988


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 8/11 Graphic Design & Film LIttle White Lies Empire Total Film Splendor Pelicula?


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 9/11 Leeds Staying put Great location Lots of opportunities

Immediate Plan Get a job Design in spare time Continue contacting studios Apply for exhibitions (online & physical)


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 10/11 Freelance Screenprinting Creating limited print runs Put on Cargo, Etsy etc. A way of making money


Robyn Makinson Design Strategy Presentation 11/11 The Future ‘The future is just a concept that we use to avoid living today.’ Six Feet Under


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