It’s hardly suprising, what with all the talent that comes out of the place, that Central Saint Martins needs a post all to itself. We start with Andraya Farrag’s lacey offerings, followed by Ayako Ohori, Crimson Rose O’Shea, Flaminia Saccucci, Holly Fowler, Holly Skousbo and Jaeyeon Lee. Next came a wonderfully restrained Victorianesque piece by James Nolan, then Juhee Han and crochet aplenty from Katie Jones. There were chunky knits from Lowell Delaney, followed by Manami Sakurai, Kim Traeger, Momo Wang, Ondrej Adamek and finally Shengwei Wang. Click on the names for a link to their full collections. More information can be found at the GFW site, images are from Catwalking. Last GFW post to come soon…
This isn’t the first tribute post, and it definitly won’t be the last. However, her greatness merits all the outpouring of grief and affection and I would like to tell you of mine. Even though there were times when it could be seen that this was coming, I always hoped it wouldn’t. She was imensely talented and had a voice with such soul in it, but more than that, she was a genius lyricist. I can’t count the times I’ve spent listening to her albums and being able to relate. But, even though she’s gone now, that will always live on. I’ve drawn Amy before, but I thought I’d do another one of her from the earlier days, when she looked happier, acompanying it is one of my favourite performances of hers. I just hope she’s content now.
Well, I intended to post these a loooong time ago, but events overtook – namely English Lit work – and so they’re rather late. These are from a very long time ago, probably about 2 weeks. But, unfortunatly, I’ve run out of white paint and until I can get some more my challenge has come to a stop. However, I will endeavor to catch up at some point. Until then, here’s Karen, Arizona and Chanel.
Here we have a few of the pieces from Wiltshire University Salisbury, the University Of Salford and finally La Salle College Of The Arts Singapore. You can find more information at the GFW site, images are from Catwalking.
From Salisbury we have the slightly sadomasochistic stylings of Elie Wiles followed by Fateha Ali and Kiranjit Sogi.
From Salford we have Amy Ridley, Angela Ford, Kerri Goulden and Olivia Deeney.
From the Le Salle college of Singapore we have Florentsya, Maheshika Thudawa and Mia Budiman.
So here, rather late, are the pictures for last week – so last Saturday to Friday. Some are rush jobs so a bit lacking in detail and technique, but I guess it all helps. You can find out more about the individual pictures on my flickr page. Hopefully there will be more pictures to come relativly soon.