Summer Buzz is a graphic design graduate catalogue showcasing the degree work of Plymouth University's Graphic Communication with Typography final year students. This 48 page catalogue is a platform to exhibit the best of what this course has to offer to potential employers. It will be filled to the brim with student work specialising in branding, editorial and typography design.
You'll only have to see the final catalogue and the work inside to understand why everyone is buzzing about it.
The Summer Buzz graduate catalogue will be an integral tool for the students to use, bringing themselves and their work to the attention of future employers. The students will be able to show off their best graphic design pieces within the Summer Buzz catalogue and it will be one of the students' first point of contact with graphic design agencies across the country.
Your contribution to Summer Buzz will go a long way. Reaching our £1000 target will get the students well on their way to printing 1000 copies of the catalogue to be distributed to potential employers at events such as D&AD in London.
Not only will you be making this project a reality, but you could also be kickstarting someone's dream career in the graphic design industry!
To say a massive thank you for being part of the Summer Buzz, the students have produce seven original prints just for you.
The VIP Summer Buzz package will need be arranged with the students and can take place at any time during the Summer Seven Degree Show (12/06/2015-26/06/2016). You will be catered for with food and drink and have a personal guide through the exhibition.
Situated on the top floor of Plymouth University's Roland Levinsky building are a bunch of 31 savvy students ready to embark on new careers. They need you help to make their catalogue a reality and jump start their career plan. Who could say no to this lot!?
Keep up to date with everything Summer Buzz from start to finish. Follow us on Twitter: @Summer_Buzz and like our Facebook page: summerbuzz2015. See what your contributions help to produce.