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Loving Film: The Making of Longbird

Loving Film: The Making of Longbird

If you haven’t seen The Making of Longbird (where have you been??) now’s your chance! I first seen this fabulous short film in 2011 at the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show and have had to wait until now before seeing it in full again as it was being screened for awards in which it won […]

Charlotte Langstroth

Charlotte Langstroth

My articles from Pinso have been a little lacking recently but all with good reason; I’ve just completed my final University project and have set up for an exhibition. So I guess there is no better time than the present to introduce you to my work. For the past few years I’ve studied Textile Design […]

Laser Cut City

Laser Cut City

‘A World of Yesterday’s Tomorrows’ by Nadine Spencer a graduate of Nottingham Trent University. This fantastic intricate work is made up of nearly 800 laser cut buildings. That’s a lot of buildings to design, Nadine employed modern techniques such as laser cutting as well as traditional techniques such as hand cutting with a scalpel – that’s got to hurt after a while ouch! ‘Suspended […]

A Graduates Graduate

A Graduates Graduate

  Check out this fantastic creation titled La Fee Verte by David Ross and Illustrator Craig McIntosh. We are happy to introduce a graduates graduate David Ross, Ross graduated in 2009 amid the ‘economic turmoil’ like many new graudtaes he felt that the job market lacked opportunity however the turning point in Ross’s career was after an […]

Conceptual Ceramics

Conceptual Ceramics

 Rachel Lawton  and her Conceptual Ceramics. Have a look at these fantastically curious ceramic works created by Rachael Lawton.  These ceramic pieces are designed to create intrigue in viewers.  Lawton’s work is often inspired by death but portraying it in a positive light by exploring the idea of a soul.  Lawton’s creative energy and inspiration […]

Hammer Time

Hammer Time

  Its Hammer Time! Loughborough University sculptor graduate has created these fantastic Cast Hammers!  Ackroyd wanted to play with peoples predetermined perceptions of objects and materials.  Hammers are usually understood to have a wood handle with a metal top and be top heavy. With Ackroyd’s play on perception by casting the objects in different materials […]

Paper Light

Paper Light

Talk about great design…check out this Paper Light designed and made by Jeff Lambert.  A brief was set by Habitat to create a cost effective light that was made from a single piece of material.  What makes this such a fantastic design is it’s simplicity of materials and construction that create a strikingly beautiful contemporary design. The Paper […]

Journey Through Cities by Cristina Zani

Journey Through Cities by Cristina Zani

My Seoul Necklace. Photography by Aga Tarnowska. Jewellery Designer and Maker Cristina Zani has created a fantastic collection of contemporary organic looking jewellery.  Zani’s jewellery is unique and beautiful!  Cristina Zani approaches the creation of her work in the same way she would compose a story and is inspired by literature, semiotics, travel, architecture, colours, textures and […]

Textile Designer – Liucija Dervinyte

Textile Designer – Liucija Dervinyte

  Liucija textiles draw you in to them through splashes of vivid colour offset by the fading tones, layered surfaces and cut outs which create a fantastic effect which lends itself well to interiors as light penetrates through the textiles creating a very unique and intriguing visual. This matrix like layered pattern looks great with […]

Mechanics Vs Apple!

Mechanics Vs Apple!

Edinburgh College of Art Graduate of 2012 Austin Yang a Taiwanese designer has created some awesome accessories for the ipad and iphone!  Austin’s designs see him moving away from digital inputs and smart materials to a vintage adaptation of the classic typewriter and turntable!  The method behind his thinking was to give people back the […]