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“I loved the variation of different lecturers we had in and the various subjects they taught us. Learning about different aspects of the design world was really interesting for me.”

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Alexander Hopkins

“This set some cogs turning in my head. I dream of working alongside big bands and really influential artists, but maybe rather than aiming for the current “big boys” I need to be getting out there and getting involved with the up and comers. Food for thought.”

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More can be seen at ===> “this is not a news mag” 
+  PDF  Alex Hopkins Newsmag

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Edisson Hidalgo 

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“This makes me think Dali was crazy as this fun house consisted of a giant pink stucco building, which contained inside chamber of swimming showgirls, a room with a woman asleep on a 36ft long bed, a man’s body shaped as a birdcage and a vintage Cadillac taxi where inside the taxi it would be raining.”

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More work can be seen at ==> PDF Edisson Hidalgo FORESIGHT INFUSION GAMSWEN

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Monica Rabadia 

“Learn to use technology badly. When you invent technology you invent a disaster alongside it.”

“The secret: Do good work and share it with people” – Austin Kleon”

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More work can be seen at ==> PDF Monica Rabadia GAMSWEN

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Stephanie Alpin

“Neil Spiller’s surrealism coupled with architecture created some amazing pieces and drawings that really inspired me.”

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More can be seen at ===> gaMsweN 
+ PDF Stephanie Alpin Gamswen
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Amy Goodinson

“How does the angel with the Brazilian bush grow? And what does this symbolise?”

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More can be seen at ===> PDF Amy Goodinson GAMSWEN – information overload

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Arinze Imachukwu

“I believe that this is true but the world needs to make it compulsory to look after our environment. Right now people are prioritising their money in contrast to our environment which needs to come second to our environment if we want to sustain it.”

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More can be seen at ===> PDF ARINZE IMACHUKWU magazine

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Arleen Dewell 

“And what Dr. R. Armstrong seems to suggest that just like in Surrealism, for example we can’t oversimplify life and that we need to tap into finding new methods for seeing the complexity of things.”

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More can be seen at ===> Arleen Dewell DOZEN LECTURES

+ PDF Arleen Dewell GAMSWEN dozen lectures

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Charlotte Palmer

“I felt truly inspired by the work Nic Clear had shown during his lecture; given the title ‘Architecture and Animation’ I did not expect the lecture to be a combination of the two in such a way.”

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More can be seen at ===> GAMSWEN NEWS
+ PDF  Charlotte Palmer GAMSWEN Blog

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Scott Gibbs

“London, 2017, 2 years after the robotic uprising, the human race has become an endanger species and we are hunted every second of every day. The robots have learnt about us, studied us, waited then struck when the time was right. I am one of the survivors.”

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More work can be seen at ==> PDF Scott Gibbs Gamswen Magazine

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Naeemah Waller says:

“I found inspiration from every speaker because they all had something different to say mostly about topics I had never thought deeply about before. They encouraged me to explore all the areas of my mind and think about what I had previously learnt about the specific topics. I am sure you will too find inspiration and explore your mind whilst reading about the things they had to say and my take on it.”

“Whilst watching Neil Spiller’s lecture, I realised my suppressed appreciation for all things abstract and surreal. My designs are quite ‘frosty’ and clean. I have no problem designing this way because it is how I feel I design best. I was inspired to research and perhaps incorporate some surreal elements into my designs and even research more into the more clean and minimal designs, so I could too be filled with that same passion Neil Spiller has. To see someone talk about his or her influence with that much passion, is influential to find something that makes me feel and work with the same passion. “

So prepare to be enlightened.http://issuu.com/n_dubya/docs/ingham

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