Posts Tagged: sustainable design

*Meaningful Stuff: Designing longer-lasting material experiences* – Jonathan Chapman’s inaugural professorial lecture

Following a full-on 2-day PhD arts research training bootcamp,  sustainable design academic Jonathan Chapman, now professor (and also my supervisor), held his inaugural lecture at the University of Brighton. He is known mostly for his book ‘Emotionally Durable Design’ and is

*Meaningful Stuff: Designing longer-lasting material experiences* – Jonathan Chapman’s inaugural professorial lecture

Following a full-on 2-day PhD arts research training bootcamp,  sustainable design academic Jonathan Chapman, now professor (and also my supervisor), held his inaugural lecture at the University of Brighton. He is known mostly for his book ‘Emotionally Durable Design’ and is

MA Textile Futures at Central Saint Martins (and the collab)

Quite an overlap of themes here! After some testing it looks like I will be collaborating with Ju who just graduated from the course and has developed some fantastic looking compostable plastic. Other projects I really liked were randomized results,

MA Textile Futures at Central Saint Martins (and the collab)

Quite an overlap of themes here! After some testing it looks like I will be collaborating with Ju who just graduated from the course and has developed some fantastic looking compostable plastic. Other projects I really liked were randomized results,

“Makers of the world unite” says punchy Nike video

Some sticky lines: “making better things and making things better” “decisions back to the makers of things not the makers of decisions” “making things you never thought you could with things you always had” “Redsign the making of making –

“Makers of the world unite” says punchy Nike video

Some sticky lines: “making better things and making things better” “decisions back to the makers of things not the makers of decisions” “making things you never thought you could with things you always had” “Redsign the making of making –

Graduate Fashion Week & MA Textile Futures @CSM

A few snaps from London Graduate Fashion Week (sorry, awful quality but we weren’t even supposed to be there, hehe.) Menswear designers seem to love putting men in skirts. Colour! Prints! Inspired by nuns? Folky look popular in menswear. Chunky knits

Graduate Fashion Week & MA Textile Futures @CSM

A few snaps from London Graduate Fashion Week (sorry, awful quality but we weren’t even supposed to be there, hehe.) Menswear designers seem to love putting men in skirts. Colour! Prints! Inspired by nuns? Folky look popular in menswear. Chunky knits

May 30th: FASHION TO DIE FOR >> event

Will be helping Dr. Emma Neuberg from the slow textiles group at this event; sounds amazing. For those not in the London area, you can join in via webinar! Here the blurb taken from the event website: >> Slow Studio

May 30th: FASHION TO DIE FOR >> event

Will be helping Dr. Emma Neuberg from the slow textiles group at this event; sounds amazing. For those not in the London area, you can join in via webinar! Here the blurb taken from the event website: >> Slow Studio