22.02.09 by Jeff

Just Us / Design Collective

Just Us is a collective created by students at Plymouth College of Art as a way of showcasing design students’ work from all over the UK. Great idea, and great work too!

just us design collective plymouth student work graphic

just us design collective plymouth student work graphic

just us design collective plymouth student work graphic

just us design collective plymouth student work graphic

just us design collective plymouth student work graphic

just us design collective plymouth student work graphic













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • http://www.woodshawmedia.co.uk Dan

    Some really innovative designs!

  • http://hightidesn.blogspot.com Sarah

    I spent a good 5 minutes trying to see where the “Just Us” was in the 3rd picture but then I scrolled down and realized that they don’t all say it….. oh geez

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      hahaha

  • http://hightidesn.blogspot.com Sarah

    I def thought it was one of those secret picture things that were super cool in elementary school. I even crossed my eyes and moved my head back and forth from the screen.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      that’s how i view all the pictures on this site haha

      its funny how similar that image looks to the postcard showing in the sidebar

  • http://hightidesn.blogspot.com SARAH

    You’re right! You should make a postcard like that, that secretly says something like I thought it did.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      yea! have you seen those Soulwax album covers??

      http://www.strictlysocial.com/journal/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/soulwax_nite_versions.jpg

      i dont understand how these work. you may have to move back from the screen

      • monika

        i think you’re supposed to just shake your head from side to side. at least that’s what my friend did when he showed them to me. in any case, i’m sure it requires that you look like a fool.

  • http://hightidesn.blogspot.com SARAH

    That absolutely blew my mind!!! I almost want to make it my background if I didn’t think I would have a seizure or not get any work done. How is that possible? It doesn’t even look like there’s any change of direction? By the way I applaud you, that is the first secret word picture I’ve ever actually seen what it’s supposed to say. I want my snowboard to have that on it!

  • so

    oh geez these are so sick! i want a print if they’re not too expensive.. gonna go check their website out now haha

    • so

      never mind, too expensive :’)

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