"Prime Cuts is unique graduate motion arts organisation which is focused on supporting students of moving image in the UK through; events, festivals, work placement opportunities, national screenings, press articles and free advice.
The 2013 festival was our first venture with New Designers, Europe's leading graduate design show. The festival was a great success, and we are all very happy to have found a new home with New Designers."
"Free Range is an Old Truman Brewery special project set up by Tamsin O'Hanlon to provide new creative graduates with the opportunity to showcase their work on an international level. Since its inception in 2001, Free Range has become the number one platform and launch pad for the next crop of creatives to showcase their work to both public and industry. Attracting visitor numbers to rival the largest art events, the annual Free Range exhibitions present the work of thousands of art, design students in several distinct categories including: fashion, art, graphics, photography and interior design."
"New Designers will bring you face to face with the next generation of design leaders. Every year it helps thousands of graduates to launch their career at the spectacular Business Design Centre in London, the world's capital of design.
With its longstanding reputation for bringing young design talent and business together, New Designers works with prestigious, forward thinking, innovative companies and organisations.
New Designers takes place at the Business Design Centre, a venue with rich history and a strong connection to the design world. It has launched over 100,000 New Designers into the professional world, with many becoming world famous design icons."
"1962. A group of designers and art directors come together to celebrate creative communication and raise standards within their industry.
Amongst the group are David Bailey, Terence Donovan and Alan Fletcher (yes, it was that cool). They call themselves British Design & Art Direction and the following year they organise their first Awards event. And they are picky. From 2500 entries they select just 16 pieces of work to receive the soon to be coveted Yellow Pencil.
2011 and British Design & Art Direction has grown mightily, but slimmed down its name. Now D&AD, its members represent the creative, design and advertising communities, not just in Britain, but worldwide."