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BA (Hons) Illustration alumna, Mona Torgersen, has created a series of illustrations ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
Mona graduated in 2014, and we caught up with her to find out more about life after graduating.
“I suffer from asthma and rarely carry an inhaler, when I heard that the number of asthma attacks is increasing I decided to see what I could do about it. My response was to create ‘Breathe’, a small refillable inhaler that blends into your lifestyle. The inhaler is accompanied by a smartphone app that connects to your device and is able to help you through an asthma attack.
With a successful Kickstarter campaign and a proven pop-up cycle café under his belt, BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate Daniel Armstrong explains how he brought Velo Domestique —...
This Autumn they are collaborating with another theatre company, Yellowbelly Theatre (Will Hobby and Grace Noble). Together, they are touring a production of The Tempest across the country – to theatres, community venues and places of education.
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Lectra collaborates with F&F to support a Modaris® 3D student design competition at AUB.
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using fabrics, leather, technical textiles and composite materials, has recently partnered with Tesco’s fashion brand F&F to hold a design and pattern cutting competition with school partner Arts University Bournemouth.
This drawing session used the basic format of a life drawing session as the point of departure for the study of the movement of two dancers who performed for the artists.
An impressive win for our fresh BA (Hons) Graphic Design Graduates.
The best courses from across the UK exhibit at D&AD New Blood Festival in Shoreditch London. The stands were judged by top industry designers and art directors and our Graphic Design stand won the top award – ‘Best Stand’. This award recognises design presentation, communication and accessibility to student work. We showcased all our Graphic Design graduates using various media including showreel, portfolios and websites.
Third year BA (Hons) Textiles students recently returned from a successful week at New Designers Part 1 at the Business Design Centre in Islington – the ‘UK’s most important exhibition for emerging design’.
New Designers is a showcase for new and emerging design talent in the UK, featuring graduate work from Britain’s leading design courses. Part I focuses on Textiles, as well as jewellery, ceramics and glass.
Luke Brown, Amber Ruske and Emma McEvoy originally pitched the idea to Larmer Tree during AUB24, as a response to the 24-hour live brief: “How do we creatively and successfully roll out and embed the evolution of our identity in our marketing activity throughout the year, at the festival and beyond?”
BA (Hons) Fine Art student, Josie Dove, has been awarded runner up at The Batsford Prize 2016.
Josie responded to this year’s theme of ‘Reuse, Recycle, Reclaim’ with an installation piece.