We have had an email from ABA Art in Palma de Mallorca who are looking for a trainee who has a background, or is a student of communication-, graphic-, industrial-, or interior-design. The information about the job is below and if anyone is interested please email design@abaart.com


Would you like to work in a gallery? love to explore art & design abroad? like to learn about event organisation? enjoy working in a young, motivated team?

If you answered ‘YES’ to all these questions, you probably should contact ABA…

The gallery ABA Art is situated in the heart of Palma de Mallorca. It is a space dedicated to the promotion and
commercialisation of original art works by young artists. Our interest is contemporary art in all its expressions. We
create a platform for promoting young artists and a meeting point between reality, creativity, reflection; between
artists, art collectors and art lovers. Our exhibitions take place both inside and outside the gallery. Our work field
concerns exhibitions, art projects and events around art.

We are searching for new a trainee designer who will be a full member of the team and participate in all tasks within the gallery. The internship offers you an insight in the world of art and galleries and the role of a graphic designer within them. There will be time to develop your own projects within the gallery besides the daily tasks.

The main tasks are: designing printed flyers and invitations, web invitations, posters, exhibition catalogues, updating website, creating vinyl titles for exhibitions, designing advertisements for magazines and other publications, preparing presentations to show clients design proposals (hotels, bars, private properties) and a diverse range of other projects from logos to signage.

Start: 1st June 2009
Duration: 6-9 months
• You should get a scholarship within the Leonardo da Vinci Programme

The person we are looking for is…
• studying or has completed a course in graphic design, interior design, or design decoration.
• creative and appreciates art, especially Contemporary Art.
• social and open.
• someone who likes to work in a young motivated team, doesn’t hesitate to give personal inputs and
enforces the directors with the gained knowledge during the studies.
• able to fulfil the tasks mentioned above.
• can work independently.
• fluent in English, speaks German, and has knowledge of Spanish.
• familiar with the computer programs: Photoshop, Illustrator/Freehand, InDesign, Microsoft Office.
• has at least one experience of studying/working abroad.

Calling All Budding Illustrators!

We have been alerted of a new competition by Waterstones and you can read more and enter at the link below. An exerpt about the competition is below. If you enter let us know and we will post your artwork!

waterstones competition

“………….The aim is to find a new picture book talent so the competition will be open to anyone who has not worked professionally anywhere in the world as a colour children’s book or children’s cover illustrator. This means that anyone else, for example a graphic designer, animator, greetings card illustrator etc would be completely eligible. Entry will be available to UK residents only………..”

Wildlife Artwork from a student on the Pet Portrait Course

The following paintings have been completed by a student who is currently on the Pet Portrait Course. Although the course mainly deals with pets, students can portray any animal they wish when they are completing the assignments. Students paint and draw a large variety of animals from Geckos to Tigers to baby Rabbits. The pieces below are painted in Acrylic on board to the size of approximately A3.



Chldrens Illustration Student

We have a student called Lara  Jordan Currently taking the Children’s illustration course. She has already taken her Botanical illustration course and woudl like to pursue a career in art. Lara has written a paragraph below which is accompanied with some of her artwork.

“Last year I completed the Botanical Illustration course II at London Art College, where we worked in mainly watercolour. I wanted to do the Children’s Illustration course to explore learning different media and to loosen up my technique. I have never felt I have developed my own style and so I’m hoping to achieve this too. I would like to eventually be able to earn a living through my art.”




Artwork to cheer you up…

This is a wonderful piece of collage artwork from a student on the Graphic Design course. Its definitely one to cheer you up on a dull morning. The colours are wonderful and it certainly makes me want to eat my 5 a day….!

Vanessa, the tutor for the graphic desing course says …”This student revels in this medium, and is a keen collector of retro images. This piece of work is from the Illlustration study unit on the Art in Graphic Design course. This area of study encourages experimentation in a range of illustrative styles and mediums. The brief is to produce an editorial illustration that highlights healthy eating and promotes the ‘5 a day’ message. It certainly gets the message across in such an energetic, colourful and vibrant way!”


Anel Mare – Childrens Illlustration Students News!

Anel Mare has been studying on the Children’s Illustration course and has completed the course with Distinctions. She has given the London Art College some very good news in that she is going to have one of her books published for the very first time. We have added a few examples of Anels work below.

Anel emails us to say-  “…… I sent off my manuscript to a publisher, and they accepted it ! My first book will come out this year or maybe early next year!  I will try to send you a copy ”

We are delighted for Anel and we wish her the very best of luck for her future carrer in Childrens Illustration. If you are a London Art College student and have had some exciitng news you would like to share with us, dont hesitate to email at any time – admin@londonartcollege.co.uk