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Lily Cumming, BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design and Surface Pattern graduate tells students about her current role at one of the biggest interiors and furniture brands in the world: IKEA.
For her final collection, Ruby Francis explored her passion for Abstract Expressionism and her love for life drawing, resulting in a range of free-flowing designs inspired by the nude form.
Now in the final year of her BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern degree, Abi Craig has gathered some impressive experience through working on live briefs, and creative internships. We caught up with Abi as she returned from a stint at British fashion brand Boden for a chat about what inspires her and what made her choose Plymouth College of Art for her degree...
Part two of the 2018/19 South West Showcase, we sat down with artist Laura Phillips to talk about the process and inspiration behind her first solo exhibition – watch it now.
Illustration graduate Amanda West's latest collection is now being stocked by Wolf and Badger, home to some of the world's best independent fashion, jewellery and homeware brands. We chat with her to find out more about life after graduation for an emerging artist.
Writer Megan Williams reviews designer in residence Katie Schwab's solo exhibition 'A Working Building' in The Gallery. Open until Saturday 16 March 2019.
Students from our BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern and BA (Hons) Textile Practices degrees pitched their collection of fabrics to the design team from Joules.
We sit down with Peter to find out more about him, covering everything from his early career as a designer at the Moulton Bicycle Company to helping three students create a capsule for a one-way trip to Mars.
We catch up with the Makers HQ Studio Manager about her career working with brands like ASOS, Gap and Topshop.
Designs and prototypes for Made In Plymouth’s new range of souvenirs from Plymouth-based artists and makers are on display in Ocean Studios.
Plymouth College of Art’s Associate Dean Design, Paul Singleton MA (RCA), has been working in Myanmar in Southeast Asia as part of the British Council’s Crafting Futures programme, which supports the future of craft around the globe through international collaboration, by strengthening economic, social and cultural development through learning and access.
We highlight a selection of our talented 2018 graduates that are a must-see at this year's Degree Shows...
Working collaboratively to produce a range of eye-catching creations, students from BA (Hons) Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern and BA (Hons) Textile Practices capture their colourful pieces of handiwork in a playful photoshoot.