In response to a field trip to Amsterdam, inspired by 2 different design elements observed in the city. This publication features traditional Dutch architecture
incorporated with design inspired by the ‘tacky’ tourism
culture, including coffeeshops and the Red Light District.
Using properties from nuts and sandpaper we created
a new identity for a night club space in Deptford, including a looping projected film to play on themed nights. The looping film includes a welded structure of various nuts and
bolts that were filmed spinning on a continuous loop. The colours
are inspired by rave posters and the gentrification in Deptford.
‘Sexual Politics’ is the title for Kingston graduate Craig Alexanger Steele’s Spring / Summer 2018 collection. Lookbook design by Kinj Mistry and Molly Stone. The collection was centred around Craig’s exploration into cults, such as stonemasons, and essentially wanted to create a cult for women - the concept for the shoot involves the cold sexuality that Craig embodies in his collection.
An ongoing editorial project consisting of collected fan art of popular cartoon series, The Simpsons. I began collecting fan art of The Simpsons, and became intrigued by
the illustrations that resembled key features of the family, but still had no resemblance of the actual characters.
Exploring the concept of ‘TIME’ through photography and inspired
by a broken timer film camera, we began to observe how people
compose themselves minutes before having their photograph taken. We noticed that the portraits differed on who they were with whilst
the photographs were being taken. We wanted to focus on those who
came alone and felt too stressed by their current projects to pose.