Katherine Joubert and Susan Duvenage both won Pendoring silvers for their incredible work – we are so proud!
It is so special to see hard work pay off. You can have a look at their winning work below.
Stefan Draschan is a German photographer with a great eye and most of all – some incredible patience! This set of photos, People Matching Artworks, is an entirely unstaged project where Draschan waits for people to appear in front of art wearing matching clothing. No funny business. No posing!
Check out more below and do yourself a favour and visit Draschan’s site here.
We are so excited to present our 2017 student showcase, GRADex 2017!
The show opens on 15 November at 18:00 and ends the following day.
If you’re interested, please RSVP here. We’d love to see you there!
Two of our students, Alena Sidorova and Shannon Heaver, entered the Lens Culture Awards this year and we think their work is really top notch!
The way the competition works is through social shares so if you want to give our students some love, don’t be scared!
Alena Sidorova shot the bright, colourful images with the patterned clothing, which you can vote for here.
Shannon Heaver shot the black and gold tone images, which you can vote for here.
We are so excited to share this! Our 3rd year multimedia students’ end of year project was a collaborative film where everyone played a part – from creating a production company through to design, filming, producing, directing, writing and much more.
We present… Midnight at the Flambabosa!
Shin Morae is an illustrator from Seoul with a soft, simplified style informed by 90s anime that we can’t get enough of. We love her subject matter too, which is at once mundane and very meaningful at the same time, as if they are single panes from a larger narrative comic or story.
To see more of her work, check out her website here.
This one is special! We love the work that Stranger and Stranger do. They’ve got highly detailed, beautiful alcohol packaging down to a fine art and they show it again here with Shackleton Whisky.
From illustration through to typography, use of colour and just the finest eye for detail – you will not find more appealing alcohol packaging perhaps anywhere.
See more work we’ve featured from Stranger and Stranger: