Jacob graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2014 with an MA in Design: Critical Practice. Now London-based, his primary focus is on visual abstraction, along with the manifestation of societal icons, thought and ideology.
Jacob has developed and crafted his own strategies of thought and methods of enquiry to apply to any academic task, these have resulted in Jacob producing effective, meaningful and expertly researched solutions to academic task.Brent Hardy-Smith, MA FHEA (Degree course leader)
Jacob’s pieces are recognisable for their distinct and clear messaging, often contrasted against more esoteric substance. He uses design thinking, criticality and technical skill to address issues of social debate and to “design for the greater good”.
Jacob has worked for educational and academic institutions, fashion labels, government bodies, films, national publications, software developers and events, motorsport teams, art exhibitions and metadesign projects.