It would be difficult, if not impossible, to imagine the world around us without the art of design. Nowadays, a cosmopolitan city street is known as much for its landmarks, as for its design.
It would be difficult, if not impossible, to imagine the world around us without the art of design. Nowadays, a cosmopolitan city street is known as much for its landmarks, as for its design. From billboards to posters, ads and commercials, street, place, and location signs, and even shop names, everything is a product of a designer's hand tracing shapes on a computer. The modern human eye is used to splashes of color and beauty of shape, and out constant exposure to design is largely responsible for that.
Design shapes the world around us. It sends messages through image and color, font and shape, and at the heart of every design is the individual designer's style and approach to the topic. A graphic designer, like any other artist, is asked to present the reality of the world as they see it, and to present that reality in the form of multidimensional and multi-media art. Much like there is no limit to what a human can think, there is no limit to what they can design. Limits of personal expression are the limits of the art.
At the Department of Graphic Design and Multimedia, the goal is not just to master the elements of graphic design, but also to master aspects of one's own identity. Only then can a designer aim to produce authentic art. Here you will learn to explore the world within and without and produce art which is meaningful and important. Throughout this, you will grow and develop both professionally and personally, and above all, have fun pursuing the career of your dreams.