Sunday, October 27, 2013

Research about LCC's history

old photos:

LCP archive:

the saatchi gallery was opened

brixton riot

tower block became property of LCP

LCP became part of London Institute/London Institute formed (which is UAL now)
Jillian Edelstein started attending LCP

Ralph steadman illustrates Treasure Island
From 1981 to 1986, Neville Brody was typographer, graphic designer, and art director of the face magazine.


Award-winning graphic designer Morag Myerscough curates and designs the identity for LCC’s Summer Shows under the theme ‘Power of Ten’. The work is created to reflect LCC’s typographic, print and design heritage, transforming the College and encompassing the creation of a new piazza area outside called ‘The Triangle’.

Kwame Kwei armah acts as governor of UAL until 2010

Colin Vaines produced Coriolanus in 2010

Bonnie Wright on LCC BA Film and Television production Manager (2nd year)

Bad Tune Men Do The Swamp UK 7" vinyl single by Rian Hughes

"The Covenant, The Sword and the Arm of the Lord" Album Cover by Neville Brody

Kurtis Blow, "Party Time" 12" single Cover, Club Records by Neville Brody
Ralph Steadman illustrated Slash album
Rankin was commissioned by Nike and Bono’s R.E.D in the fight against HIV/AIDS, to shoot a global Nike campaign, Lace Up Save Lives, to raise awareness about the disease.
Dazed Magazine founded by Rankin and Jefferson Hack (both from LCP)
In July 2010, Charles Saatchi donated the Saatchi Gallery and over 200 works of art to the British public.

Rebekah Brooks was awarded an honorary Fellowship from the University of the Arts, London, for her contribution to journalism.[19] She attended the London College of Communication, now part of the university, as a student.

Anthony Dod Mantle cinematrographer on 127 hours (film)