I came to the RCA in Kensington to see the Design Interactions graduate show… but it wasn’t there! This year they were in the Battersea site (images coming soon). All the same, I had a good look around. The jewellery graduates had a good show, including this lady (images above and below) whose work was performance embroidery. I can’t remember how she justified this as jewellery but it seemed like a good explanation at the time. Someone had designed some cutlery and called it jewellery, and explained it awfully – so not every graduate from the course was amazing. Continue reading
Textile Futures is a critical design course focusing on textiles. It had some of the most interesting concepts at the degree shows this year.
Increasingly technology is my favourite bit of design at these shows. This new smart material at Designs of the Year at the Design Museum made me really excited. Continue reading
Here’s part 2 of the Designs of the Year at the Design Museum. These shoes are customisable – users can remove some of the circles to create unique styles. Continue reading
It’s a good year this year. Maybe I was just in a good mood when I saw it, but it made me remember how I love design. Continue reading
This is the third – and best – part from the fantastic exhibition at the Design Museum, Happiness and Other Survival Techniques. Continue reading
Apologies for the language, but that’s the title of the section I’m afraid. This is the second part from the fantastic exhibition at the Design Museum, Happiness and Other Survival Techniques. It was curated by Colors Magazine.