Future effects of Climate Change and Hybridisation

Future Effects Of Hybridisation

Katie Foreman (She/Her) The illustration that I have submitted relates to metamorphosis through the idea of change in both physical appearance and change in society. It is a surreal juxtaposition of animals that have been created to highlight the increase in hybrid animals and the extremes of what climate change could lead to in the […]

Emergence

Elisenda De Wit Roy (She/Her) These are still images from a Fashion Film that talks about emerging to a new world like a butterfly from its cocoon. A magic new world to escape from reality. Words: Elisenda De Wit Roy, BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production, @elisenda.dp

Frozen In Time

Chloe Leeder (She/Her) Created as an opportunity to capture the small, fleeting moments of lockdown, Frozen in Time uses ice as a canvas to enhance, distort and preserve the beauty of the natural world before its inevitable change. Here, the past is encapsulated perfectly until the ice melts and the flowers return to their wilting […]

An Eccentric Society

Callum Wells (He/Him) Today, I believe ‘making time for change’ is the key principle for moving towards a more accepting generation. My project titled ‘An Eccentric Society’ captures the unconventional attitude towards creativity through clothing. The intention of the project is to support the opportunity for freedom through fashion, encouraging people today to express who […]

CHANGE IS CONSTANT

Stephanie Ndaguba (She/Her) Change is something I believe we should all start to embrace as a constant. When I was younger, apart from the physical changes. Weirdly, I used to be obsessed each time I’d go to Clarks for new school shoes and my feet grew. That was one of the only moments I praised […]

Butterfly Season

Ruby Williams (She/Her) The theme ‘Metamorphosis’ reminds me of how different both me and my friends have become after over a year of lockdown. The photograph highlights our reunion after months of being apart and showcases the change I saw in specifically my best friend – she was much more carefree and relaxed. Lockdown has […]

Sunny Dream

Phoebe Owen (She/Her) A summer illustration of my optimism for the sunny season – just need to find an appropriate sunflower field to frolic in. Words: Phoebe Owen, BA (Hons) Animation, @thefeebastheoryart

A Change of Form

Lois Brandon (She/Her) I’ve always wanted to be a minimalist; to keep things simple, to create clean, black and white designs. However, I always seem to add that extra pattern or colour, so the once minimalist design, becomes a colourful, migraine-inducing visual. This time I challenged myself to make an uncluttered design, that wouldn’t require […]

Everything is a Remix

Harriet Reeve (She/Her) Within my work I do not attempt to present an accurate deception of a visual reality. Using colour, shapes, changing pattern and layering I achieve a form of abstraction to disconnect art from the real world. In response to my abstract drawings titled ‘Everything is a Remix’, I collaborated with Graphics Communications […]

Slipping into a form not yet realised…

Freya Kemp (She/Her) This is an extract from my graphic novel Uprooted. The story is based on personal experiences with added elements of magic & spirits, with the goal to promote wild patches & biodiversity in an everyday way. Words: Freya Kemp, BA (Hons) Illustration, @freyaelise