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Graphic design student wins knife crime poster competition

Graphic Design student wins Police initiative competition

Merseyside Police Officers have embarked on Operation Jinli, a Force initiative bespoke to St Helens, designed to target and counteract a significant spike in knife crime.

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Graphic Design students create visuals for new upcoming exhibition

Graphic Design students collaborate with Heritage Project team from Liverpool St Helens (LSH) Football club.

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Students competition entry is a cracker!

Graphic design student and aspiring freelance designer, Ciara Gorst, was the recent winner of St Helens College’s corporate Christmas card competition with her sparkly cracker design.

Group Photo (Left to Right): Graham Williams, Graphic Design Tutor, Matthew Mitchell and Chloe Berrigan, Graphic Design Students and Victoria Reynolds, Merseyside Health Sector Careers and Engagement Hub.

Students collaborate with NHS on live brief

Our level 3 Extended Diploma in Graphic Design students, have designed promotional flyers and posters for Merseyside Health Sector Careers Engagement Hub.

Graphic Design Students Go Zebra for Baby Jake

Graphic Design Students Go Zebra for Baby Jake

Our Graphic Design students have recently collaborated on a special project in support of Jake Cathcart, a little boy who was born with a very rare heart condition.

Ella Price

Ella designs her way to dream career

"I really enjoyed the self-branding, app prototype and vinyl toys units and the most memorable moment was when I had the opportunity to showcase my work."

Students shine at Bloom Exhibition

Our Art and Design students proudly exhibited their work recently at our end of year art exhibition, ‪‎Bloom.

Top typeface designer shares his expertise

Top typeface designer shares expertise

World renowned typeface designer, font technologist and founder of type design company Dalton Maag, Bruno Maag addressed an audience of over 100 students, staff and invited guests.