Creative Review has teamed up with JCDecaux once again to showcase graduate art and design talent across digital screens from 11 to 31 July.
Creative Review selected degree show artwork from universities and colleges across the UK, with their pick of 2016’s graduate work, including illustration, photography and graphic design. The work of 10 graduates will be displayed across JCDecaux’s national digital network and in Creative Review in print and online. 
Patrick Burgoyne, Editor of Creative Review said: "We’re absolutely delighted to be able to run Talent Spotting with JCDecaux again this year. Last year’s project was one of the most exciting we have done. Giving recent graduates such huge nationwide exposure was a real thrill – for both them and us! It was wonderful to see the reaction to the work up and down the country. I’m sure this year will be even better."
Russell Gower, Creative Content Director at JCDecaux said: "This is the second year that we have worked with Creative Review to bring the work of new design talent to an audience of millions, celebrating the next generation of artists across our digital channel. We are delighted to bring this inspiring work for the public to enjoy when they are out and about.”
The work will be shown across portrait and landscape screens in rail stations, malls and on roadside screens nationwide. Each creative will be captioned with the graduate's name and university and the creativereview.co.uk/talentspotting, where each artist is profiled.
Locations where it can be seen in all major rail hubs including: Euston, King's Cross, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, St. Pancras, Victoria and Waterloo in London as well as Brighton, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street. Manchester Piccadilly, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield, York to name but a few. 
It will also be showcased across retail screens UK-wide including major shopping destinations such as Bluewater, intu Lakeside, Bullring (Birmingham), St David's (Cardiff), Liverpool One, Trinity Leeds, and Eldon Square (Newcastle) and intu Metrocentre (Newcastle), West Quay (Southampton) and Brent Cross (London) and many more.