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John Burgess

Having released his folio site, student John Burgess, is now on the look out for work placements.

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    Chris West
    4th Apr 2011
    5:14 pm
  1. Some very nice work. The Ordinance Survey images are cute, and the Feel Good Drinks advert is a lot of fun!

  2. Ben
    5th Apr 2011
    12:50 am
  3. Very nice eye for detail, even if the work is, unsuprisingly, ‘studenty’. Though obviously a nice exercise in design, I do slightly wonder i,n the age of email and web, what the point in a CV on a CD, in a DVD case is exactly…

  4. John Burgess
    5th Apr 2011
    2:44 am
  5. Hi Ben thanks for showing an interest in my work. The CD contains a hi-res Interactive PDF of my work (something that would be too large to email)

  6. Ed
    15th Apr 2011
    4:46 pm
  7. I enjoyed watching the “Feel Good” drinks.

  8. John
    19th Apr 2011
    9:39 pm
  9. nothing is too large to email – use Wetransfer, Yousendit etc.
    Mr. CD is hanging out with Mr. VHS having a roll of tape.

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