Can graphic design change the world

Join OCA tutor Russell Squires on the 2 December at the Wellcome Collection in London.

From medicine boxes to international health campaigns; this colourful and multimedia exhibition will guide you through the design considerations that have gone into the world of healthcare. The exhibition is sectioned, covering: Persuasion, Education, Hospitalisation, Medication, Contagion and Provocation. With typography, illustration, infographics, Photography and other mixed media pieces, there will be plenty to see and explore.

To reserve your place please email enquiries@oca.ac.uk or alternatively to request a place on a study visit please click here and complete the form.

Image Credits: Featured:

Children’s haemophilia colouring book, 1990. Designed by Dick Bruna.

Illustrator Dick Bruna was best known for creating Miffy; he also donated his design services to charities such as the Haemophilia Society and the Red Cross.

Other:

Smoking is Slow Motion Suicide poster, 1972, Biman Mullick, Cleanair

In 1972, Indian designer and educator Biman Mullick founded the anti-smoking organisation Cleanair, and has been designing materials for this campaign ever since.

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2 comments for “Can graphic design change the world

  1. Hazel
    14 November 2017 at 2:51 pm

    I went to see this exhibition whilst in London for Open House weekend and can recommend it.

  2. 14 November 2017 at 5:39 pm

    This will be a great study visit, which could appeal to not only Graphic Designers, but Photography, Creative Arts Today and typically Vis Comms studetns. Also the Welcome Trust is wonderful venue, with plenty to see and possibly some cake!

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