Lindsey Leverton’s concept for her final project was influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic. Home reflects an appreciation of the UK’s natural diversity; primary research was collected from landscapes of personal resonance. Leverton employed traditional methods of silk screen printing as well as a range of alternative print processes. The project has a strong photography influence through the use of a 35mm film camera, coloured films and experimentation with double exposures inspired by lomography. The artist’s aim is to create sustainably-printed textiles for the fashion industry to expand upon current sustainable options.
Flora Mitchell’s aim is to give others the tools and confidence – in the form of garments – to explore and express their true identity without restrictions.
Izzy Howden’s project explores Greek mythology from a modern female perspective. 86 identical screen prints are based upon The Rape of Persephone.