The Cass Hothouse Talks: Paul Jenkins
The latest Cass Hothouse talk is by Paul Jenkins of Triple Double.
Paul's experience spanning London, Berlin and Tokyo includes graphic design, branding, art direction, concept and campaign development, digital design, social media and project curation for Udox, Mother and Pentland and many others.
Paul is also a contributing writer for Art & Sole as well, which celebrates the creative side of sneaker culture. He has also recently set up his own studio Triple Double.
The Cass Hothouse is a visual communication studio at The Cass that enables dialogue between design education and industry. It is a space that sits outside of the curriculum, yet feeds into it. A place for students, staff, alumni and industry to explore the multifaceted area of graphic design and illustration through partnered research and practice. It informs and evolves teaching and learning practice through ongoing dialogue, publishing and events.
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