Berghs Grad Show ’15

Concept, Identity

Each year at the end of may, the doors on Sveavägen 34 open up to show the world what the graduating students have been working on during their last months at Berghs School of Communication. This year, 18 communications projects, 25 design projects and 14 photo projects will be exhibited.

Berghs Grad Show 2015 takes place from thursday to saturday the 21-23 of May, where thursday and friday are reserved for private events, and saturday is an open house day.

Studentbyrån, or The Student Agency if you will, consists of two students from each of Berghs six diplomacy programs. We’ve crafted the concept, arranged the exhibition and created the communication around it. Every piece of the puzzle, every goose bump.

http://berghsgradshow15.com

The team:
Amanda Mercer Wennö, Digital Strategist
Carl-Johan Mölstad, Digital Creative / Copywriter
Jakob Fagerström, Art Director
Kalle Holmbom, Copywriter
Sofie Clason, Account Manager
Josefin Mozard, Account Manager
Maria Rehnvall, Planner
Sofia Strid, Planner
Sandra Olt, PR
Felix Karlsson, PR
Malin Strömblad, Graphic Design
Thilda Garö, Graphic Design

The Goosebump Factor

Every year, Berghs Grad Show is influenced by theme. A theme that reflects currents and trends in the communication industry. Both what might be working right now, but also what’s coming up.

We know communication is key, but to cut through the noise, emotional communication is becoming more and more essential. But while many try speak to the heart, few awaken true affection. They lack an important factor, the goosebump factor. A seed of magic that can turn communication into emotions. But what is this factor, and how do we crack the code to find it? That is the question we try to answer during Berghs Grad Show 2015.

The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor
The Goosebump Factor

Photographs by Oskar Lind