Thursday, 16 June 2016

LEEDS COLLEGE OF ART "MADE HERE" DEGREE SHOW

Following the LCA Foundation exhibition I was so excited to see the graduate show. I've dithered over posting these photos because I don't have everyone's names to give credit, they seem to have downloaded out of order so I really have no idea who's is who's on most :( But for those who would like to see an overview of some of the work these courses produce, keep scrolling. Here are the pieces that caught my eye...

Graphic Design




Vanessa Cain & Helen Street



Fashion



Gina Mason

Illustration



Jessie Broad




Hollie Smith


Surface Pattern & Printed Textiles



Rebecca Dun

Theo Riviere

Charlotte Haller



Nina Ghataora



Charlotte Louise Holden


Natasha Murray

Omair Shah





I didn't make it to Fine Art which I regret as from Hayley's photos there was some stunning work, but from what I saw, Surface Pattern & Printed Textiles stole the show. The room was mesmerising, full of colour and life and OHHH. Illustration was also fantastic, so full of pleasing bursts of creativity and everything excited me.

Which is your favourite piece & why? Let me know! I think I'm going to have to go with the little annotated yellow blob character and the dinosaur/ocean/space surface pattern display. Woah.

Polly xo
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  1. what the hell, how am I ever going to be good enough for my degree show after looking at these! At least I have 2 more years haha! I LOVE the little flower backpack and the cheese print! xx
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    1. Aw most people seem to come alive in third year, don't you worry! Same, how have I not designed a cheese pattern yet?! x

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  2. I love all of it!! I'm not a designer or even very good at being creative in this way but I appreciate a good one when I see it! I like the little blobs too and also the wallpapers!! Or, they could become wallpapers haha. Lovely inspirational post!
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    1. Well I'm happy that non-designy people still enjoy these posts, thanks! :) The surface pattern lot amazed me, it all looked industry standard! x

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  3. What stunning photographs of stunning pieces!

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    1. When the object is pretty enough not even an iPhone camera can let you down haha x

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  4. My course was so overwhelming to look at, they produced so much work for it omg so much to take in too HAHA!! Scary.... D: lovely post x

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    1. You're so fortunate to be a part of that! Don't be intimidated, your work is insane too :* x

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  5. These are stunning! Love the 'Olivia's Delicatessen' branding and the floral/garden fashion designs in particular. I love seeing what other people get up to for end of year shows, really great post x

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  8. Just found this by narcissistically googling myself.. hehe
    Thanks for mentioning me in your post! Glad you liked my contribution to the show!
    There was some reeeeeally amazing stuff

    Hollie Smith

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