Getting the Ladybird books' perspective on Britain's social and design history. Laurence Zeegan mention.

Ladybird By Design is a fascinating look at the social and design history of the well-known publisher Ladybird Books, released to celebrate 100 yea.

LCC Student, Jessica Bishop teaches photography workshop in Gambia - encouraging local teenagers to capture a different view of their home.

African Teenagers Take Their Own Photos To Capture A Different View Of Their Home

No focus on war-torn worlds or endangered wildlife here. Just everyday life, from the viewpoint of 18 Gambian teenagers.

PODCAST: Adhytia Putra and The Price of Paper. A conversation with Adhytia Putra, an Indonesian documentary photographer who has recently graduated from the London College of Communication with a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography.

PODCAST: Adhytia Putra and The Price of Paper. A conversation with Adhytia Putra, an Indonesian documentary photographer who has recently graduated from the London College of Communication with a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography.

BBC, Celebrating 100 years of Ladybird books. Dean of the School of Media Laurence Zeegan interview.

Celebrating 100 years of Ladybird books

Ladybird books are celebrating 100 years since they first went to print, as Tim Muffett reports

LCC Illustrators Exhibition

The LCC Illustrators are second-year Illustration and Visual Media students from the London College of Communication.

Where are they now? Andy Barmer - from Soho to MA graduate. Photojournalism.

Andy Barmer - from Soho to MA graduate.

BBC Feature - MA students document global issues

The longer look

A selection of photographs by 10 graduate photojournalists from the London College of Communication, ahead of a week-long exhibition.

New Year Honours: People to watch – from tech personality to entrepreneur of the year. Design champion: Lawrence Zeegen. The design and illustration professor had a banner year with an appointment to the Design Council’s new ‘Sounding Board’ and the launch of his latest book 50 Years of Illustration at the London Design Festival.

New Year Honours: People to watch – from tech personality to entrepreneur of the year

The #FT asked students in #photojournalism and documentary #photography to shoot a photo essay on the theme of London and the World. The winning entry from José Sarmento Matos is published here, along with a selection of the best images from other students at the London College of Communication. #LCC

London photo essay competition

Photojournalism students focus on the city

LCC Students film artist, Ruby Hart, doing her thing for Urban Outfitters.

LCC Students film artist, Ruby Hart, doing her thing for Urban Outfitters.

TALENTED cyclist George Edwards also proved he has an eye for design after achieving top grades in his A-levels. George plans to continue his sporting interests when he starts a graphics degree at the London College of Communication.

TALENTED cyclist George Edwards also proved he has an eye for design after achieving top grades in his A-levels. George plans to continue his sporting interests when he starts a graphics degree at the London College of Communication.

Max Houghton, senior lecturer at LCC mediates on artists who are shaped by the Scottish landscape for The Telegraph.

Sophie Gerrard: Drawn to the Land

Drawn To The Land - Sophie Gerrard Looking at the landscape of Scotland through the eyes of women who live there,

i-D profiles LCC advertising student, Ornella Olivia Kolle

i-D profiles LCC advertising student, Ornella Olivia Kolle

How the photojournalist's role is changing. New methods of funding and distribution have created more opportunities for humanitarian documentary photography, according to award-winning photographer Paul Lowe.

Monitoring the web: practical tips and tools for journalists Advice for journalists monitoring their patch on social media and elsewhere online

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