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‪#‎NTUmonogram Competition Winner: Tim Saunders 27 October 2015

Congratulations to Tim Saunders, whose entry was chosen as the overall winner by Alan Kitching!

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Tim Saunder’s winning #NTUMonogram entry

Tim’s monogram was chosen by Alan “because it seems to be more in keeping with the spirit of the original concept, and is the simplest and the most interesting from the use of colour and textures.”

Tim, a Year Two BA (Hons) Graphic Design student, said “it was such an honour to be part of the project!”, and as his prize for winning the competition he chose a limited edition print of Alan Kitching’s Abram Games monogram.

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Competition winner Tim Saunders, standing with his winning entry and the Abram Games monogram by Alan Kitching. 

RUNNERS-UP

Two runners-up were also selected to win some Monotype goodies:

  • Jasmin Watts, MA Textile Design Innovation (below, left), whose monogram was described by Alan as “very striking” and featured “a good use of colour”
  • and Wen Yee Kok, Final Year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design (below, right), whose design was selected for a “nice use of the over-printing technique and subtle use of colour”

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#NTUMonogram runner-up entries: Jasmin Watts (L) and Wen Yee Kok (R) 

Reflecting on the competition, Alan Kitching said “All have a very nice use of combination of the individual letters. The overall response to the competition was very encouraging and all entries had something worthy.”

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#NTUMonogram competition entries on Instagram 

On behalf of Alan Kitching, Monotype and the School of Art & Design at Nottingham Trent University, thank you to all who entered the competition – it was great to see so many creative entries appearing on the social media wall!

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Visiting us safely 14 September 2020

We are delighted to reopen to the public on Monday 17 May with Here, the Gold Ones meet by Reactor, and we have put several measures in place to make your visit safe.

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