Sichan Wang

Sichan Wang is a Chinese artist based in London. Her practice uses variety media, including photography, moving image, sculpture and storytelling

Spontaneous Forms

Control, chance and chaos are all qualities that characterise Bernar Venet’s work. The sculptor crosses lines between art and engineering.

Pioneering Women Artists

“We need connection and community now more than ever,” says Susan Fisher Sterling, Director of National Museum of Women in the Arts.

A Wider Lens

“This is what builds the future.” Magnum Photos’ new nominees are Sabiha Çimen, Hannah Price, Khalik Allah, Colby Deal and Yael Martínez.

Top 10 Virtual Degree Shows

This summer, globally, art schools have had to move their Degree Shows online. Browse 10 universities launching inspiring virtual portals.

Clara Nakisa

After a recent project on body modification, Nakisa was inspired to mix quotidian objects with the outline of a human figure.

Kudi: Structures of Design

Kudi is a London-based artist whose work questions social dynamics in today’s world, asking the viewer to examine their place in the system.

Natasha Halsey

The Allotment is an innovative social space within a living development. It provides a unique way to link the residents through communal spaces.

Joanna Cummings

Morecambe Bay, Joanna Cummings’ hometown, is an area suffering from poverty. Her project was designed to benefit the community.

Sarah Haydon

Haydon takes a multi-disciplinary and integral approach to the creative arts. Her final piece is as much about the final project as it is the materials.

Peter Joseph

Having lived with violence and trauma, Joseph has been inspired to present the connections between family and a physical, lived experience.

Mominah Aslam

Aslam’s final project involved creating the visual branding for a Pakistani Film Festival researching and influenced by the the history of cinema in Pakistan.

Mirabel Hammond

For Mirabel Hammond, lockdown, self-isolation and the further steps of quarantine have presented the challenge of finding alternative ways to produce work.

Millie Grover

Millie Grover has been inspired by marine life and underwater worlds – constantly changing environments that offer unique natural patterns.

Lena Tomasik

Tomasik has embarked on an exploration of memory and dream state, trying to capture the ephemeral sensation of falling asleep.

Josie Leech

Josie Leech’s final project comprises a set design based around the topic of Scoliosis – a condition which the artist lives with every day.

Jamie Woods

For his final major project, Jamie Woods looked at the area of “new masculinity” and how it’s an ever-changing idea of contemporary society.

Freya Bell

Freya Bell’s final fashion collection connects with the human condition, looking at how clothes identify with experiences beyond our recognition.

Elsa Barnitt

Elsa Barnitt works across drawing, photography and digital media. This approach allows Barnitt to investigate a particular theme in a variety of ways.

Connor Smith

Connor Smith’s project explores sound and how it can inspire the creation of different images. The Covid-19 lockdown gave him a new direction.

Benjamin Woodcock

It is common for people to have public and private personas. Ben Woodcock believes this often inhibits the entire understanding of a person.

Alice Horsley

Alice Horsley’s work examines the way that dress codes are used as a form of oppression and control, as well as the effects of blame culture.

Gregory King

King’s work is underpinned by a belief that beauty of a product is in the design of not only its outward appearance, but also the design considerations within.

Sophie McGoldrick

Sophie McGoldrick’s graduate collection explores the potential of materials, pushing them to their limits to discover new and surface qualities.

Hannah Dolden

Hannah Dolden explores bright and tactile soft furnishings, using cotton and elastic yarns to experiment with texture, shape and form.

Gemma Singleton

Gemma Singleton explores how visuals can replicate the experience of a bio-organic world, through the duplication of plantlife or bodies of water.

Francesca Gillett

Francesca Gillett focuses on the craftsmanship used in the Victorian era, combined with an analysis of nature and tropical shapes in the 21st century.

Emily Hopkins

Sustainability is a huge influence on Hopkins’ practice, creating works that are ethically produced and have minimal environmental impact.

Ellie Lennard

Lennard’s Modernist Patchwork explores the modernising traditional patchwork techniques, inspired by Spanish architecture and Surrealist artworks.

Camilla Oleksy

Camilla Olesky combines western neo-traditionalism with Wabi Sabi – inspired by the ideas of perfection and imperfection.

Rameel Siddiqui

Rameel Siddiqui is a product designer with a strong focus on functionality and sustainability. He has always been naturally drawn to the world of design.

Perla Kormos

Mechanical and intricate, Kormos’ works transform animalistic characteristics through ball-bearing joints, hinges and rivets.

Miriam Manca

Manca’s work is inspired by everyday functionality and sustainable design ethics. She makes products which aim to improve the lives of others.

Fahmida Khan

Fahmida Khan’s process is driven by the need to keep creativity alive. The designer has always been fascinated by patterns and colours.

Di Hieu Vu

Both decorative and highly functional, each of Di Hieu Vu’s products either have a story behind them, or a seek to find a solution to a problem.

Connor Wall

Connor Wall’s Mundbyrdan is designed to improve sleeping habits, protecting the user from signals released by phones and computers.

Karla Witcombe

Karla Witcombe’s final project centres on meditation as a tool for young people dealing with stress, anxiety and panic attacks.

Natalia Gasior

Developing brand identities is Natalia Gasior’s passion, working to create new concepts through effective, well researched design.

Inês Segadães

Inês Segadães is inherently interested in in creating, developing and shaping the outlook of distinctive and contemporary brands.

Holly Bryant

Holly Bryant is a compassionate designer with a strong focus on ethics. She strives to tackle complex issues by using a simple imagery.

Ellie Covington

Ellie Covington’s design work greatly relies on using imagery to create a narrative, acting as a primary method of visual communication.

Elise Smith

Inspired by her work with the RSPCA, the aim of Elise Smith’s project is to modernise the dog re-homing experience for new owners.

Charlie Batterbee

Charlie Batterbee combines her editorial designs and ideology to produce books about educating people on health and wellbeing topics.

Calin Bota

Calin Bota loves motion design. Graphic design has enabled him to balance a need to explore creativity in abundance and learn about different topics.

Becky Place

Becky Place believes that inspiration is around all of the time, but you need to allow it to come in. She is inspired by elements of gaming and photography.

Aribah Rizvi

For Aribah Rizvi, graphic design can be used to inform and educate. Rizvi’s project considers the traumatic aftermath of the Syrian Civil War.

Zana Xhambazi

Zana Xhambazi’s REPULSIVE PULSE: Pins&Needles is a minimalist collection focused on experimentation in androgyny and genderless fashion.

Tulia Rooney

Tulia Rooney’s Unrequited Love explores the feelings experienced by those with mental illnesses, reflected by experimenting with fabrics.

Nicole Robinson

Nicole Robinson’s collection addresses the inequality between menswear and womenswear, raising awareness to the feminist movement.

Naomi Hopkins

In this collection, Naomi Hopkins combines a rebellious and aggressive nature with gender neutral fashion, combating traditional stereotypes.