3rd year student JACK WICKHAM has created a vibrant riso printed zine exploring the trials and tribulations of living with a difficult flat mate. Below are several of the illustrations for the project;
Find more of Jack’s work online;
Edwina Dunn’s The Female Lead profiles sixty inspirational women from all walks of life with words, photos and illustrations. From artists to politicians, journalists to teachers, all these women have inspired change or broken new ground.
Graduate AMBER COOPER-DAVIES provided all the artwork in the book, illustrating an significant item to each of the women featured;
Laurene Powell Jobs
Illustration’s animation lecturer PAUL BARRITT has produced a series of ground breaking shows combining live -action theatre and animation with his troupe 1927. This year they have returned to the BERLIN KOMISCHE OPERA HOUSE with a double bill of Stravinsky’s Petruschka and Ravel’s L’enfant Et Les Sortilèges;
Watch the trailer for the production here;
For one of her 3rd projects student YURINA SHIMOJU has created a stop-motion animation, ‘Into the Water’. Through a series of shifting ink paintings, Yurina has crafted an atmospheric and moving response to the suicide of her sister. The film is available to watch on youtube;
Find more of Yurina’s work online;
Graduate TARO QURESHI (2015) is one of just 54 artists competing in this year’s Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year. The program is currently airing on Sky Arts and we are delighted to say that Taro made it through the first heat to the second round with his portrait of actor and singer Raleigh Ritchie. Hundreds of artists applied to be part of the program and the final winner will receive a £10,000 commission to paint tv presenter and comedian Graham Norton.
Find more of Taro’s work online;
Graduate FAY BROWN has been selected for this year’s annual ROYAL WATERCOLOUR SOCIETY exhibition. The RWS is the oldest and most prestigious watercolour society in the world and regularly showcases the best in water-based media. As well as being part of this year’s show, Fay has also been awarded the RWS prize for her painting ‘Pak Choi’ and the piece will be featured on the exhibition’s invitation, posters, launch material and the Bankside Gallery’s external banner.
The exhibition will be on display at Bankside Gallery, Thames Riverside, 48 Hopton Street, London, SE1 9JH, from 3-15 March.
Find more of Fay’s work online;