Hey Studio Guest Lecture
Hey Studio (image courtesy: Design Society Plymouth)
  • Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University

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Join the Design Society for the last guest lecture of the term.

This time, the society are hosting the talk with Hey, a graphic design studio based in Barcelona, Spain. 

Hey specialises in brand identity, editorial design and illustration and clients include: Apple, Vodafone, Three, Turkish Airlines, The Wall Street Journal, CBS, Fortune Magazine, Penguin Random House and Oxfam.

Hey will be sharing their unbelievable, brilliant, amazing, colourful and beautiful work and telling us about their world and what they are!

This lecture is open to all. It will last around 45 minutes to an hour and there will be a Q&A section at the end.

Entry (please pay on the door)
  • Free to Design Society members
  • £5 - non society members (University students and staff)
  • £10 - public
Contact the Design Society for further information.

H-E-Y Exhibition (details below)

The last night of the exhibition will feature a raffle on Monday 25 May at 7pm to win the limited edition prints including a signed one-of-a-kind Alan Kitching print! Join the discussion on Twitter via #HeyExhibition #DesSoc
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Today's events

H-E-Y Exhibition (19-26 May 2015: Roundabout Pub at 2-4 Drake Circus, Plymouth)

A collaborative exhibition between DesSoc's past guest speakers (Blair Thomson, Simon Manchipp, Alan Kitching, Pearlfisher, Kyle Wilkinson, Dave Sedgwick).

The brief was to design a poster only using three letters in celebration of Hey Studio coming over for the society's final guest lecture.

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