What a marvellous and inspiring resource Paris is.
The 1st years enjoyed an eclectic mix of visual stimulation.
Referencing styling and cultural pattern the students recorded inspiration from store display and point of sale design.
Right in the centre of the city 3rd year textiles student Amy has taken a ‘centre stage shop front’ and trialled her latest project.
Moving into shop and window display Amy is in the process of testing out the reaction,from the general public, to her concepts and ideas.
We are excited to see what Amy will pull out of the hat next. Go Amy.
Alumni Tracey Tubb with her folded paper wallpaper which is a feature of Darkroom’s Christmas window in London.
Beatiful work Tracey.
Colour is an integral part of studio practise. Here Sian is extensively researching into fibre, fabrics and the reaction to both organic and chemical colouring.
Graduate Tabitha Cottrell always displayed her ideas and inspiration in an inspiring way in her studio space and she didn’t disappoint when it came to displaying her work in the end of year show. Here is an image of the backdrop to her handmade animals.
You can see a little hedgehog in this photograph