Laia Gabriel comments on “Noms de Guerres”, her final degree project on the Master’s in Graphic Design
In her Final Degree Project on the Master's in Graphic Design, Laia Gabriel has brought together two of her passions: publishing design and literature.
Laia’s project is a tribute to the nineteenth-century women writers who had to use male pseudonyms to be able to see their work published.
Her proposed publication constitutes a constant play on hidden identities, which creates a collusion with the reader while conveying them to the age when all of these writers lived.
The Master's in Graphic Design covers the specific features of graphic design, both in terms of objectives and the analysis, planning, resources and materials or management and direction of printed and online projects. The programme is comprised of two diploma courses: the Postgraduate Diploma in Graphic Elements Design and the Postgraduate Diploma in Web Design.