Yorkshire Graphic Design Exhibition
Journal · 9th May 2012
The 14th May sees the start of a small exhibition we’ve helped curate entitled Yorkshire Graphic Design Exhibition at Cafe 164 in Leeds, the first in a what we hope will be a series of exhibitions showcasing the work of local graphic designers.
We had a fantastic set of submissions and the resulting exhibition showcases six designers all with their own approach and take on graphic design. You can read more about their work, Cafe 164 and the exhibition here:
As a (somewhat ridiculously) proud Yorkshire man this has to be one of the most satisfying projects I’ve worked on for some time – and not just because we got to create a piece inspired by the Yorkshire rose. It’s been great to have an opportunity to be introduced to and showcase a few of the fantastic and talented designers working up north.
We created the promotional images for the exhibition shown here in partnership with Cafe 164 manager & photographer Sara Teresa
You can pop in for a coffee and see the exhibition at Cafe 164 between the 14th May and 23rd of June.
Images from the making of the Yorkshire Graphic Design rose: