Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, part 2

Textiles, Visual Communication & 3D Design

Annabelle Williams

Annabelle specialised in textiles. She used chalk and soft pastels grated into PVA to make both her pieces.

Annabelle will stay at Loughborough University for her degree.

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Multi-media sample by Annabelle Williams

Rachel Wells

Rachel also specialised in textiles. She has used a variety of textile techniques to create her large-scale pieces. These include stitch, print, needle-felting. I love her use of colour.

She is going to study for her degree at Brighton University.

Multi-media sample by Rachel Wells

Multi-media sample by Rachel Wells

Skye Keet

Skye specialised in visual communication, but used free-style machine embroidery for her final project.

She is going to study for her degree at Birmingham City University.

Display by Skye Keet

Display by Skye Keet

Jess R Polkey

Jess specialised in 3D design. For her final project she designed tents which could be put up by attaching ropes to trees. She used calico and supermarket “bags for life” to make the tent. She learnt to use a sewing machine for this project.

Jess will study for her degree at the Design Academy, Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

Model of tent by Jess R Polkey

Take a look at my previous blog post to see more work by students who completed their Foundation Diploma in Art & Design at Loughborough University this year.

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