BODY OF WORK: Graphic design student Natalie Kiryk with her dress made from postcards.
BODY OF WORK: Graphic design student Natalie Kiryk with her dress made from postcards. Blainey Woodham TWE

Designer focus in Toy Pixel show

FLEDGLING graphic designers kicked off their careers in Kingscliff last night with an exhibition of their work.

The Toy Pixel exhibition featured work from North Coast Institute of TAFE students.

Creative industries head teacher Craig Elliott said it showcased work by the 2011 Diploma of Graphic Design graduates.

"The exhibition features work across the graphic design media spectrum, such as publishing, illustration, visual identity, photographic, screen and web design," he said.

Design student Natalie Kiryk of Byron Bay, who hopes to work as a freelance graphic designer, said she enjoyed creating the work.

"We were all given a tarot card and I was given the world," Ms Kiryk said.

"I made the Barcelona collage and I made it into a diorama.

"The costume, which was also on the world, had postage stamps and it's a postcard dress with various postcards (which I already had at home) from all my overseas travels."



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