What better way to recognise the end of one year and celebrate another?
Hats off to Level 5, the 2nd year, of the BA course.
They have known the old regime and truly missed the studio and the companionship.
However they have risen to the occasion, done their absolute best and continued to make work of distinction and quality.
Well done to you all. You’re all stars
Happy New Year to you all
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At New Designers, every year, we release work from some of our brightest and best graduating stars.
This year is no exception however, for now, all will be online.
We are busily engaged with the prizes,competitions and uploading our forward thinking designs at New Designers
Look out, here we come!
Jessica Morgan -Helliwell
These Times – How We Maintained Focus 2020
Hand in and they made it.Yay!
What an end to a three year degree, who would have imagined it?
This graduating cohort have risen to the occasion and worked their socks off
Here we see Asha wearing one of her designs with great style.
The show will be on line so please call back to see their amazing output.
WELL DONE 2020. You have made it a year to remember for all the right reasons
It is no surprise to anyone that I am inspired by nature.
Capturing a still moment before they are gone is something that fascinates me entirely.
My process always starts with drawing and painting then gets transformed into beautiful digital prints open for interiors and fashion.
These Times and ‘How we Maintained Focus’
Continuing our weekend theme with our graduating designers.
“We are torn between nostalgia for the familiar and an urge for the foreign and strange. As often as not we are homesick for the places we have never known” – Carson McCullers
The Story of ‘REMINISCENT’ is exploring how my spirit and soul drives me back to the place that I call home.
With collective research derived from the “Riviera of Devon” in Torbay, I portray an essence of ‘wander’; from the cliffs leading down to the sea, to the wildflowers that surround the landscape.
The focus on the wild botanicals is a metaphor – seen through their qualities to self-seed, and change in the seasons. My nostalgic emotions can be unpredictable, yet the desire to ‘spread my wings and fly’ has me in a constant battle between the ‘once was’ and the ‘what will be’.
It’s a feeling of escapism and tranquillity – visually translated into experimental textile prints.
The spirit of my project is adventurous and organic. I have learned to appreciate my home; happy place and discovered a need to share with others around me.
There is no better time to spend at home than right now.
Following on from a very successful placement with the prestigious design studio and creative team at Circeline , alumni of Bath School of Design, Ryoji Morimoto is now seeing his work out and about in Beijing collections.