Today we share the work of Fashion and Textiles designer Lorrie Whittington, completing her education back in the 80s she has been a fixture in the creative industries ever since.
We have teamed up with Groupon to find out what you believe fashion is. The best five responses will receive a £10 voucher which could be used towards a fashion purchase, a hotel stay, restaurant meal… or anything else available!
Emma Carpendale learned her trade with an Illustration course at The University of Northampton, she fully immerses herself in her craft and design work.
Today we share the work of Simon Clare, a photographer who has just completed his degree down at Plymouth College of Art.
Twin Serpents is an indie clothing line that focuses on highly illustrated art. Run by two brothers they are embarking on a Kickstarter campaign to reboot their brand and bring along their name change.
Here we share another magnificent illustrators work, for me the hand drawn element of a skilled illustrator such as Ed J Brown often puts them a step ahead of many designers who work exclusively in digital.
Today we share with you all the work of Interior Textiles (first class) graduate; Mel Smith. I have been a follower of her work for a while now and can’t wait for you all to see her magnificent designs.
Mark Matcham is our latest new and exciting young creative from england, to share his graphic design work. Another designer still emerging his work more than stands on its own in quality and creativity.
Today we share with you all an interview with Amber Leigh Turner, a web and graphic designer from Nashville, TN where she has her own creative company; January Creative.