The Disciples Of Design

Welcome. The Disciples Of Design are a global creative collective.
We are a broad church of design academics, practitioners, artists
and students who are committed to one common aim – the creation
of an ever evolving visual hub for the sharing of ideas and thoughts.

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TYPOGRAPHIC CLIMBING WALL

TYPOGRAPHIC CLIMBING WALL

The artist that created The Comedy Carpet in Blackpool, Gordon Young, has transformed a neglected stretch of seafront on Barry (more +)

CREATIVE THINKING PROJECT 5 - PHOTOGRAPHY

CREATIVE THINKING PROJECT 5 – PHOTOGRAPHY

Here we feature some of the characters from project number five in our series of one week creative exercises. This (more +)

A RUDE BOOK

A RUDE BOOK

Here we feature some more recent work by an X Preston Graphics graduate, Abi Meats and her company Rude. Abi & her (more +)

WHISKY GALORE

WHISKY GALORE

Nice rebrand for Genfiddich Whisky by Purple Creative (all X – Preston Graphics graduates). You can check out more about the rebrand (more +)

JIM SUTHERLAND

JIM SUTHERLAND

We are happy to announce that Jim Sutherland, co-founder of Hat-trick, will be coming into our studio on Monday the 3rd (more +)

LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION

LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION

Here we feature a small selection of some of the earliest letters of correspondence between the Graphics Course here at Preston (more +)

THE ENVELOPE PROBLEM

THE ENVELOPE PROBLEM

Here we feature and feedback on creative thinking brief number four. For this brief the first years were given an (more +)

D&ADS NEW PENCILS

D&ADS NEW PENCILS

This week D&AD announced the addition of two new pencils to its award line up. A wooden and graphite pencil (more +)

CREATIVE THINKING PROJECT 3 - IMAGE

CREATIVE THINKING PROJECT 3 – IMAGE

Here we feature some of the more successful solutions from our programme of one week creative thinking exercises. Brief three (more +)