Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Robyn Taylor

I am currently a student at Cleveland College of art and design, studying Textiles and surface design. In November of 2011 I graduated the contemporary textiles course also at Cleveland College of art and design. My work is mostly fashion illustration based; I love to experiment with colour and different media such as pencils, inks, crayons collage and Photoshop. For my final show I have been sponsored by Madeira threads who have supplied my with embroidery threads the use in the work I will be producing for my degree show, which will be very detailed and hand embroidered illustrations. When I graduate I want to pursue my love of illustration and become a freelance illustrator.

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Hana Marie Muers

I am currently studying Textiles and Surface Design at Cleveland College of Art and Design .I specialise in fashion fabric print and is hoping to create a large collection of screen printed and digital designs for my final major project.In the future i am hoping to work within the  trend forecasting industry for fashion or interiors.Throughout the past two years i have gained a lot of experience in the industry already.I have attended and passed a short course at Central St Martins in Fashion & Textile forecasting , workshops with the Trend Boutique UK ,Offered a placement in Hallmark within the trend department.Completed 2 weeks at Mudpie for MPDClick Team , Blogged for Trend Blogs and is currently on placement at Trend Bible.I have just visited PV were i have handed my CV to a lot more companies were hopefully i might gain future placements.I update my blog as regular as possible so take a look and comment would love to hear everyone feedback.

Email : Hana_m1990@hotmail.com
 Blog:  http://hanamarie-hanamarie.blogspot.com/
Twitter : @HanaMarie__

Here are some photographs below showing some of my drawings and new digital development.

Bay full of inpiration and research.

All images and work copyrighted to Hannah Marie Muers 2012

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Abby Henderson

Finding harmony and balance within colour to create an interesting piece of art work with the only purpose to brighten up your interior living space.
From the dull grey concrete buildings to worn purpose built objects, inspiration can be found anywhere.
I especially love to incorporate old buildings that have been neglected and inject them with colour to create something unique and beautiful.
The aim of my work is to abolish people’s fear of colour and brighten up mundane living spaces.
Online portfolio - www.colourbluh.carbonmade.com
Blog - www.colourbluh.blogspot.com

Sarah Fleming

I showed an interest in Art from a very early age and I have developed a great passion for Textiles and Surface Design, particularly with Interiors. This is where I would like to pursue a career designing for wallpapers and furnishing fabrics. 

I have developed a highly detailed, tight drawing style which allows me to achieve beautiful, highly informative observational drawings similar to those seen in designs by high end companies that I am very much inspired by. I love to experiment with media such as watercolour, pencils and fine liners, and I have recently secured a sponsorship opportunity with Derwent pencils. I enjoy experimenting with a variety of silk-screen print techniques to create my designs as well as producing hand-rendered designs. 

For my FMP, I will be producing a collection of hand painted and screen printed wallpaper designs

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Shona Welford

I am currently studying Textiles and Surface Design at Cleveland College of Art and Design (an excellent course) and live in North East Yorkshire. I specialise in print and am producing hand printed wallpaper designs for my final major project. My theme is Country Estate which derives from the current Heritage trend. Ideally I want to become a fashion designer for printed textiles; because this is the area of my course I have enjoyed the most. I have also completed several work experience placements, in which I got to attend meetings involving selling and buying textile designs with-in the fashion industry, which I really enjoyed.

please visit my blog... http://teal-textiles.blogspot.com/
follow me on twitter... @tealtextiles
and have a look at my pinterest boards... http://pinterest.com/tealtextiles/