LBB post ahead of their upcoming talk

Reposted from the LBB (Lets be brief) site..
Tuesday Night Talks By




This week we will be sharing some insights into our various projects and multi-disciplinary practice at Chelsea College of Arts’ Tuesday Night Talks.

Curated by associate lecturer and graphic designer Pete Chadwick, the event was kicked off last year by illustrator Anthony Burrill.

For each Tuesday Night Talk event, Chelsea College Arts BA Hons Graphics & Communication students are challenged to create a poster based on the theme of the presentation, with the winning design committed to print.

Based on the concept of The Future is Clever, our poster was designed by third year student Phoebe Beasley. We felt it communicated a minimal, flexible visual abstraction of our LBB ethos — connecting the dots between culture, communication and business in dynamic visual form.

Upcoming event speakers for Tuesday Night Talks include: A Practice for Everyday Life, Danielle Pender and Shaz Mandani (Riposte magazine), Bruno Maag (Dalton Maag) and James Greenfield.


LBB co-founders Stephanie McLaren-Neckles & Ansel Neckles will be sharing their journey with Chelsea students on the 11th february.

Graduate Philip Linneman achieving success with Caribu


Graphics Alumni Phillip Linneman along with partners Ben Mallett, Alvaro Sabido and Si Dhanak are Caribu – a new startup supported by Microsoft’s Global Startup Accelerator programme. Philip went on to study at Imperial College London for an MSc. where he met his fellow team and their first app is getting positive press. This feature by the Daily Mail and by Yahoo are typical instances. Caribu enables distance storytime reading app typically for travelling or armed forces parents – we wish them every success!