The collections from Brighton Fashion students received rapturous applause on the runway at Graduate Fashion Week. Take a look at the images from the catwalk show. Read More
The University of Brighton School of Architecture and Design’s prestigious annual graduate show includes a family fun weekend June 9 and 10. Read More
My project explores the human body as an expressive medium and the effectiveness of visual design and literacy as a reflexive tool. Read More
My studies have always led me towards sustainable design which culminated with my dissertation investigating the viability of cradle to cradle as a solution within the fashion industry. Read More
Colour and architectural forms really inspire me. I love to build structure and form into my woven designs, using colour to emphasise shape and structure. Read More
Our project this year was based around the theme of gentrification, so I focused on student and post-graduate housing and the lack of desirable yet affordable housing available.
This collection has played reference to the female form conceptually to construct an abstract interpretation of a widely used source of visual inspiration. Read More
This term, I worked on a project that was divided into two parts. The first explores ways of welcoming the older LGBTQ+ community into traditional housing by using symbolism and parallax. Read More
My work explores an abstracted visual language where creature-like forms dominate the space, while evoking an other worldly presence. Read More
My final year project concerns the conflict that occurs on the boundary of the digital and physical worlds. Read More
My practice explores the ambiguity of image, human presence and domesticated space. Read More
My work is processed based. This year I was taught to work with my intuition by my tutor (Sam Lynch) and it definitely has been the best advice ever. Read More
I have always been interested in this hybrid in menswear between workwear and softened tailoring. Read More
As a knitwear designer, I love experimenting with how you can manipulate the structure of the stitches to create three dimensional forms. Read More
I believe products should make life both easier and more enjoyable – thoughtful design work leads to elegant and satisfying solutions. Read More
I try to be playful with my work, and I always want to learn about new ways of working, recently editing films is something that I have been enjoying and teaching myself along the way. Read More
I explore the relationship between materiality, creativity and consumerism by attempting to ‘reshape’ the identity and hopefully our relationship with some materials of the very lowest value. Read More
For me Architecture has captured my imagination in the power that it holds over our everyday lives in many different ways. Read More
I usually work with film and animation and tend to focus on issues specifically regarding young people between 16 and 25. Read More
I’m from an engineering background and spent most of my school days studying sciences and material engineering.
I’ve always been quite a hands on kind of person and enjoyed helping my dad build things from a young age. (decks/treehouses etc.) Being able to apply this to real problems and help people is a win win for me. Read More
My product is called “Oritatami”, it is described as a flexible seating solution for modern living. Read More
I work within the moving image medium creating multi-disciplinary work utilising digital technology and analog film processes which are amalgamated with textural animations. Read More
“Femporis” is a multimedia installation that explores the concepts of rebirth and new life, taking place in an ultra-female space: a modern womb. Read More
I’ve always loved storytelling and taking otherwise boring subjects or processes and transforming them into something whimsical and carefully considered. Read More
Before I start working on a project, I am looking for a strong conceptual idea of why I am doing a particular work. Read More
My programme is inspired from the information and results gathered from my previous project. Within this project, I created a device that experimented with fragments found in Stanmer Park and tested them up against natural conditions, to inform both me and others what materials could be found in our site, and how we could use them in architectural structures.
My work captures an ongoing pursuit of creating experientially stimulating environments that challenge and defy both the norms and standards of spatial design. Read More
As an artist, I am interested in how people engage with the world around them. What do they connect with on an emotional, physical or instinctual level and how can I influence this? Read More
My current project is the conversion and remodelling of three existing rows of 1970’s, prefabricated concrete, residential terrace houses in Thamesmead to incorporate a community-based food hub, that could fit into a larger productive urban landscape. Read More
My practice explores the psychological dimension to experiencing and understanding the ecological crisis by weaving together narratives from biology, geology, philosophy and personal experience. Read More
I like to think that my work is a combination of all the things that make me happy. I try to use bright colours and a mixture of magical and mundane things to compose my own world. Read More
My project begins with visiting traditional architecture in Taiwan. Read More
Drawing upon a strong fascination with human psychology, philosophy and spirituality, my work has a predominant focus on portrait painting and figuration. Read More
My work articulates questions about the relationships between each other, society, and the technologies that infiltrate our daily lives, often mediating personal relationships and transforming the socio-political dynamics of the world.
My style of work is quite clean. I’m really interested in photography, especially documentary photography. Read More
DMSA student Jeph Vanger talks about the influences behind his work. Read More
Over the last three years I have been specialising in printmaking within a fine art context. I use etching and primarily portraiture to explore notions around the networks and exchanges we have. Read More
I use vividness to make architecturally inspired geometric structures using a wide range of materials including light, with an emphasis on classical formal concerns such as scale, weight, and proportion.
My practice is process driven, often underpinned by a strong narrative, journey or experience. It is also fuelled by my passion for finding, testing and exploring new materials. Read More
My dissertation focuses on the Moomins – a family of anthropomorphic cartoon creatures which were created by the Finnish artist and writer Tove Jansson in 1945 and became the central characters in a series of children’s books and a daily cartoon for adult readership in London’s Evening News from 1954. Read More
My dissertation project explores how a predominately heteronormative society has a significant impact on the way gender and identity is understood, particularly examining the Drag King community. Read More
My work is strongly influenced by location as every place I visit has its own history, culture and community. I visit different locations such as Port Talbot gathering research providing me with an invaluable wealth of inspiration to create work reflecting on the notion of place.
My practice is dominated by thoughts of the uncanny, the tension between violence and violation and the notion of body surrogates. Read More
Within my practise I explore bold colours and contrasting textures and how these elements combined convey a mood in an illustration. Read More
My practice primarily explores how sensory engagement impacts the way we relate to the self, others and our environments. I’m really interested in the intersection between art and daily life, and the possibilities that art provides to explore different ways of relating to the world. I mainly work through wood, sound, video installation and workshop facilitation. Read More
Heraldic materials are significant to my work; I draw visual imagery from anthropological collections such as the Pitt River Museum in Oxford. Read More
“I am an emotional painter. A male painter trying to grasp at his insecurities, question the world around him and confess his emotional break the stigmatic world of toxic masculinity. ” Read More
It’s 100 days until the University of Brighton’s annual Graduate Show where our talented graduating students in the arts, design, architecture and media stage their final-year shows. Read More