Category Archives: Experimentation

Mending & Bodging with Jasleen Kaur at the Institute of Making (UCL)

Jasleen Kaur is an Indian Scottish lass who is interested in the intersections between British and Indian culture with a background in jewellery making. She completed her MA at the RCA with a focus on ‘design as a cultural unifier’.

Mending & Bodging with Jasleen Kaur at the Institute of Making (UCL)

Jasleen Kaur is an Indian Scottish lass who is interested in the intersections between British and Indian culture with a background in jewellery making. She completed her MA at the RCA with a focus on ‘design as a cultural unifier’.

Looking back : Yoyoi Kusama @ Tate Modern

… was well worth it. When my mum came to visit she was culture-thirsty (understandably so – living in Borneo) and I had saved going to Tate Modern especially for her. Damien Hirst was on simultaneously but all the hype and

Looking back : Yoyoi Kusama @ Tate Modern

… was well worth it. When my mum came to visit she was culture-thirsty (understandably so – living in Borneo) and I had saved going to Tate Modern especially for her. Damien Hirst was on simultaneously but all the hype and

floating ideas

Just some images that happened to have happened to work out together. Sometimes that happens. 1. manipulated 3D body scanner result 2. ‘home made’ 3D prints i.e. layering the pieces yourself 3. Oskar Schlemmer’s Tridisches Ballet (can’t wait to go

floating ideas

Just some images that happened to have happened to work out together. Sometimes that happens. 1. manipulated 3D body scanner result 2. ‘home made’ 3D prints i.e. layering the pieces yourself 3. Oskar Schlemmer’s Tridisches Ballet (can’t wait to go

Natural Dyeing

On our big dyeing day we tested cotton poplin and silk satin and organza and a multitude of different natural dyes. Indeed the different fibres and weaves absorbed the different dyes in different ways. The onion skins and madder created

Natural Dyeing

On our big dyeing day we tested cotton poplin and silk satin and organza and a multitude of different natural dyes. Indeed the different fibres and weaves absorbed the different dyes in different ways. The onion skins and madder created