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Ba(Hons) Graphic Design Leeds College of Art

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‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’

Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - abd time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.


Fred Bates Programme Leader Fred.bates@leeds-art.ac.uk 0113 202 8281

‘I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know trusting to luck is a waste of time’


I can’t work out whether three years is a long time or not. What i can say is that the journey that these 44 designers have made over the past three years is astonishing. This is our third graduating year and as these third years embark on their individual and collaborative careers, they leave behind a degree course with a reputition beyond its years - a reputition that belongs to them. Their creativity, hard work abd commitment has set a benchmark that will take some beating. It has been a privilelage to be a part of their growth as individuals and designers, and i look forward to seeing them shaoe their creative futures. My hope is that the creative industries recognise how lucky they are to have such a source of new creative talent. I wish them all good luck in the future. But there again they all know that trusting luck is a waste of time - and time is something a designer never has enough of. Remeber that graphic design is only a job, but it’s a bloody good one.



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