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Shreyansh Agarwal sent in this lovely animation with request to be considered for work experience. Type Tasting isn’t yet at a stage where work placements are possible, but his application caught our attention because he’d clearly researched what we do before getting in touch and had crafted an email tailored to us.

Shreyansh Agarwal is studying at the London College of Communication, click here to see more of his work on Behance.

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Eat your Words: Food as a System of Communication and its role in a Post-culinary Society.

Sarah Hyndman, MA Typo/graphic Studies Thesis, February 2001 (Distinction). London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.

Author’s note on the ‘post-culinary society’ of 2000/2001: At the time of writing there were concerns about the rise in popularity of convenience food and a generation who had not been taught how to cook. However, Jamie Oliver had just published The Naked Chef and Britain was soon to fall in love with cooking again.

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“The ideal celebratory meal had a structure that started off with an appetising hot and messy dish of gravy over meat and potatoes (without which a meal is not a dinner), and became more of an architectural achievement as it went on through pudding (on a smaller plate), and tea with an optional small coloured biscuit (on a still smaller plate).” Michael Nicod

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