One Cycle One sew

One Cycle One sew

Hannah Brackston a Glasgow based visual artist creates engaging and exciting work. Brackston graduated from the Glasgow School Art in 2011 and received the David Harding Public Art prize for her fab work. As a socially engaging artist Brackston’s works are based around  public environments, her unusual creations strike an inquisitive note with the public motivating them to get involved. Brackston aims to use public […]

Dundee JAMD

Dundee JAMD

The Duncan of Jordanstone’s Jewellery & Metal Design (JAMD) department’s forthcoming graduates have collectively launched their very own Kickstarter project SPREAD THE DUNDEE JAMD. The project aim, to fund graduating students of the JAMD department to travel and exhibit at New Designers in London…in June! The jewellery design department are looking to show off their fab work […]

QooQoo

QooQoo

QooQoo was created in 2010 in Riga, Latvia by graphic designer Aļona Bauska (Alyona Bauska). After having worked in graphic design field for eight years, she felt she needed to find a new way to express her creative ideas. And so the label was born. All throughout the label and each of their collections, the […]

DanYELL

DanYELL

Printed Textile Design graduate of the Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art and Design Danielle Cassells creates quirky vibrantly coloured pattern designs for her label DanYELL. These colourful mustache brooches titled Nice ‘tache look great! The fun shape and bright colours are offset nicely with the packaging featuring a black and white image of Salvador Dalí. Wearing these  little mustache brooches definitely echoes a funky and friendly […]

Pinso Creative Collaboration

Pinso Creative Collaboration

The Pinso Collaboration Boards have been dreamed up to encourage creatives to work together on exciting new projects, build a creative society, support economic growth and enrich cultural life.   Collaboration is an opportunity to gain more experience, knowledge, skills and kudos. Through collaboration you will double your creative productivity, increase your network of like minded creative’s and produce exciting new […]

Morris & Co – Archive II

Morris & Co – Archive II

Design Week at Chelsea Harbour saw the launch of the brand new Morris & Co collection Archive II, a collection of wallpapers and fabrics for interiors which will be available for purchase from early April. The collection is by far the most contemporary yet, which manages to retain the working craftsmanship style of Morris whilst […]

PINSO TELL THE FUTURE CREATIVE GRADUATES BOOK01

PINSO TELL THE FUTURE CREATIVE GRADUATES BOOK01

PINSO TELL THE FUTURE CREATIVE GRADUATES BOOK 01 PDF Now available on the Amazon Kindle I started Pinso in 2012 to exhibit the fantastic work of graduate, new and emerging creatives worldwide. My inspiration for book  is the hard work and dedication of the creative graduates featured in Tell The Future. I wanted to create a book […]

C Thru Smoke Diving Helmet

C Thru Smoke Diving Helmet

Omer Haciomeroglu a Master’s graduate of Advanced Product Design from Umeå Institute of Design and has created this fantastic concept titled C-Thru that aims to tackle the problems faced by fire fighters. C-Thru is a Smoke Diving Helmet designed to aid firefighters during smoke diving search and rescue missions. Diving into a searing hot burning building that is packed with smoke is just […]

Valenky Winter Boots

Valenky Winter Boots

Valenky, traditional Russian boots made of felted wool, are famous for two characteristics – they are incredibly warm and aesthetically ugly. Until now, that is. Two Latvian designers, Tatjana Pļaviņa and Eva Mežecka, have teamed up and created Valenky  to give it a new life and a chance to fit into the 21st century. Deco Collection Beige Valenky derived from woollen boots worn by […]

Stamp Boats Stamp Flags Stamp Buildings

Stamp Boats Stamp Flags Stamp Buildings

Gloucestershire based artist Rachel Markwick creates striking collages using stamps. From a far the textured planes of colour make up a visible form such as the flags shown below. It is only when you have a closer look that you realise that the  textured appearance is the result of hundreds of stamps being cut, chopped and pasted together to create […]