EDIT 2.0 What does green really mean? exhibition and book launch was part of “3 to See” for London Design Festival 2015. The project was a collaboration with Craig Burston.

Edit 2.0: what does Green really mean? Exhibition. Photo credit: Ana Escobar
Edit 2.0: what does Green really mean? Exhibition. Photo credit: Ana Escobar
Edit 2.0: what does Green really mean? Exhibition. Photo credit: Ana Escobar
Edit 2.0: what does Green really mean? Exhibition. Photo credit: Ana Escobar

Edit 2.0 What does green really mean?

London College of Communication

Working with Craig Burston (Skipratmedia / Joint Course Leader BA Graphic Design), to visualise the question “what does Green really mean” using a diverse collection of essays on population growth, recycling, music sampling and nuclear threat. 

The book was expanded upon to form an accompanying exhibition at the London College of Communication. A limited release cassette by some of the artists mentioned in the book accompanied the exhibition.

Exhibition images © Ana Escobar / London College of Communication

  • Oswin is an excellent image driven designer and equally adept at working as a graphic design tutor. Having had the pleasure of working with him both in academic environs and well as working collaboratively upon graphic design projects, I’ve got nothing but good to say about his work, his professional demeanor and focus.

    Craig Burston, Skiprat Media, Course Leader Graphic & Media Design, London College of Communication University of the Arts London


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