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Royal College Art 175 years

© Licensed to London News Pictures. 15/11/2012. London, UK Mattias Kulla sits on the bonnet of a Porsche 991 which he and his design team created in 2011, the RCA has a long history of its students being employed by Porsche. The Royal College of Art is celebrating its 175th anniversary with a major exhibition featuring more than 350 works of art and design by over 180 RCA graduates and staff, including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Tracey Emin, David Hockney, Peter Blake, Bridget Riley and Lucian Freud.  The RCA is the world's oldest art and design university in continuous operation. Its first students comprised a small group of teenage boys; today it educates some 1,200 postgraduate students from 55 different countries.. Photo credit : Stephen Simpson/LNP

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© Licensed to London News Pictures. 15/11/2012. London, UK Mattias Kulla sits on the bonnet of a Porsche 991 which he and his design team created in 2011, the RCA has a long history of its students being employed by Porsche.  The Royal College of Art is celebrating its 175th anniversary with a major exhibition featuring more than 350 works of art and design by over 180 RCA graduates and staff, including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Tracey Emin, David Hockney, Peter Blake, Bridget Riley and Lucian Freud.  The RCA is the world's oldest art and design university in continuous operation. Its first students comprised a small group of teenage boys; today it educates some 1,200 postgraduate students from 55 different countries.. Photo credit : Stephen Simpson/LNP