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Hope  Horncastle

"BUYING FACE" is a project which explores the aesthetic of female identity; focusing on the role cosmetic surgery plays in our incessant desire to obtain beauty ideals often dictated by our obsession of celebrity, popular culture and social media. With cosmetic surgery more accessible and attitudes towards it more blasé than ever, theres no wonder it’s so sought after.

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Isaac  Bebbington

Silk, Bricks & Cylinders comprises a series of scenes recreating and reimagining stories experienced and recounted by my friends at home in Leicester. The film takes these tales of drug trafficking into a heightened hyper stylized world.

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Julian  Lock

Marx’s idea of the commodity fetish is the notion of value in a commodity through its labour as well as exchange value through the social interactions a commodity gives through the physical exchange interaction. My brief is a cinematic documentation of the process & labour of my analog photography.

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Ruby  Hughes

Technology has allowed us to become a society of trackers. How many steps we take, how much we eat, how much we look at our screen, how much we spend, how much we digest information, and so on. Monitoring our movements, plans, intakes and interactions.

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Matt Tam

‘Hope Is Out There’ is an illustration that celebrates the work of frontline healthcare workers, who continue to risk their lives out there fighting a battle with the virus, while we try to lighten their load by staying at home. They are truly the heroes that children should be looking up to.

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Maya Kubota

I have an obsession with collecting miscellaneous tangibles. In my collection, tangibles refer to materials that do not have digital intelligent elements. owner.

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Mabel Xiaotong Chen

In modern data systems, I have observed how data visualisation has evolved into a tool for pushing one party’s agenda. As a designer, I would like to challenge this power embedded in the systems, and involve the public in the design process to democratise data and evoke honest representations.

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David Frame

Underused by social designers, comedy has the unique capacity to provide critical analysis and disruption of social issues to everyday audiences. By making social topics engaging, accessible and convictive, humour is becoming an increasingly valid and reliable tool within activism and social design.

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Beatriz Gonçalves

My work is often personal as I’m mostly interested in the exploration of intimacy through film and what results from the connection between myself and my subject. One of the most important things to me is to be able to express the essence of my persona, as well as my perspective of the world around us.

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Minrong Chen Cynthia Meng

We imagined that the future development of technology has the potential in helping to solve pandemic situations, similar to the one we are facing currently; by separating our minds away from our physical body (especially when it is de-functioned). This future possibility challenges our way of living and our understandings of the relationship between body, consciousness, and identity

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Ellen Powley

We imagined that the future development of technology has the potential in helping to solve pandemic situations, similar to the one we are facing currently; by separating our minds away from our physical body (especially when it is de-functioned). This future possibility challenges our way of living and our understandings of the relationship between body, consciousness, and identity

Sarah Ehmann

Sarah Ehmanns

Sincerely, Sarah is a publication, a diary of my time in confinement. It focuses on how I’ve linked with my roots again, my « terroir ». Terroir is a term central to my work, unique and particular to French language.

Clelia Anchisi

Clelia Anchisi

Exploring Swiss socio-political identity in regards to women's suffrage. Swiss women obtained the right to vote in 1971 however, women of the canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden had to wait until 1991 to vote locally.

Ju-Fei Cheng/ Andrea

Ju-Fei Andrea
Cheng

Welcome to the Museum of Sleep, we wish you a good night with soothing dreams and a peaceful sleep. An unconventional package of solutions for those who suffered from insomnia.

Jingyin Luo

Jingyin Luo

I am interested in speculative experimental and multi-disciplinary design using a wide range of media and contexts, especially in digital direction. I am currently focused on exploring and creating unconventional narratives and environments, while challenging ways of communication within the context of exploring the relationship between present and future, reality and hyperreality, as well as human being and machinery.

Jess Minying Li

Jess Minying Li

This series of collage is a result of the documenting-based photograph I took in central London, the purpose was to observe and document how we interact with smart devices nowadays and reflect on whether we are over-adaptive on them. Behind the photography, the intention of observing our interaction with the devices is to think about how human behaviours are changing by digital tools, for instance, we are using more emoji and short words in communication because we are adapting to the texting conversation.

Amelia D H Tovey

Amelia D H Tovey

I like to describe myself as an environmentalist first, and then an illustrator. It’s through this lens that I approach my design practice. When it comes to the climate crisis, heavy statistics can often be difficult to relate to and connect emotionally with, and the overwhelming volume of information that is encountered and consumed within the internet age has been theorised to develop into 'Compassion Fatigue’ (Carla Johnson); a desensitisation to shocking information; and a 'cognitive dissonance’ to act upon impulse.

Kate Wixley

Kate
Wixley

The Home Screen records the childhood of the digital generation, in miniature, giving one a virtual tour of the digital ‘good old days'. This is illustrated through an interactive historic tour of a doll's house, which uses obsolete digital technologies as inspiration for the interior design.

Hae Dn Kim

Hae Dn Kim

Reconnect human and nature through the immersive experience Exploring the virtual, natural world ‘Jungle’, it aims to make the audience to rethink about the value of nature and how it has been changed along with us.

James Duhan

James Duhan

The origin of this project stems back to a relationship which has existed in my life since I was born. The battle between my Catholic upbringing and me being gay.

Indiya Tupe

Indiya Tupe

Of Ice and Tears is my final major project, initiated as an ode to the Sea of Ice’s grandiosity, thought as a response to ecological tragedy and experienced as a meditation on modesty between the retreating glacier and ourselves. Divided into three chapters, it investigates through printed matters, the potential of poetic visual and written re-narration strategies to stimulate deeper levels of ecological awareness in relation to the iconic French glacier.

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Mayesha
Choudhury

As British Bangladeshi I always struggled to find my place. When I first came across the term diaspora, it fit the feeling of not belonging to one culture but living between two.

Olivia Alexander

Olivia Alexander

During isolation I responded to the pandemic with my work that explored the theme of uncertainty. Each piece of work had the intention of documenting the collective experience of this time for the future, and to facilitate reflection for understanding.

Francisca Mendes

Francisca Mendes

The common thread of my practice has to do with notions of identity and how it is explored, shaped and visualized.  Moving away from home for the first time I found myself adrift on the currents of a vibrant city like London.

Jordi James

Jordi James

As a Designer, Participation has become an increasingly important part of my practice, influencing my concepts and process allowing me to implement the aspect of chance within my work. Inspired by the ‘Happenings’ of Allan Kaprow and the Fluxus artists who embraced participation in their works, I began reimagining and creating my own Happenings focusing around the idea of tactility

Edie Kueh

Edie Kueh

I’m a London based visual communicator who enjoys playing with data and systems. In my eyes anything can be gathered as data, be it sound, smell or movement.

Olivia Moss

Olivia Moss

The three data tapestries created are almost ‘environmental barcodes’ of each journey from the contrasting locations, a unique pattern associated with a journey of data in a certain amount of time and space. They each tell the narratives of the data which are shown through the colour and size of the shapes, which I have called ‘Tapi-Patterns.’

Agata Gerasimovic

Agata Gerasimovic

I'd like to share a project I did in lockdown - a publication called QuarantChic. The project aims to capture the bizarre time of lockdowns through fashion and art.

Giulia Romana Bertini

Giulia Romana Bertini

Ephemera is a noun which derives from the Greek: epi means “on, for” and hemera means “day”. Ephemera are all the things that, when they were produced, were not intended to last a long time or were specially produced for one occasion.

Alice Gough

Alice Gough

Life can sometimes be very overwhelming, we are forever surrounded by negative news, energy, and thoughts; it can take over our lives, feeling guilty for not living and appreciating every moment of everyday. Forever worrying what’s going to happen next and are we doing everything right, trying to be ‘Happy’ all the time.

Yukari Ono

Yukari Ono

My workshop ’Express and create’ aims to help people recognise and document their emotional state during the COVID-19 pandemic. The brief guides my audience to express and visualise their complex feelings during the crisis through various craft activities, i.e. writing, drawing, colouring, cutting.

Georgie Cornish

Georgie Cornish

During my final year I focused on activism and how protests could be conveyed more humanistically. I did this through a portrait photography series from the 31st January, the day the UK left the EU.

Rana Arrad

Rana Arrad

This showcase is comprised of two final major projects that help to highlight the digitisation of culture and how that digital can further help to accentuate important information about different cultures. That being said, these projects create an understood world of how things have emerged through time; culture within this context, and stimulate a sense of belonging through the demonstrations of history of the past and information of the current present.

Lewis Fry

Lewis Fry

'Same' is a social design project that was provoked by the continued erasure of queer identities from education and the effects this can have on the development of a wider range of social identities. The project consists of a discreet mobile app that provides LGBT teenagers with educational queer related content such as sex education that is often erased from school curriculums.

Ruth Pickering

Ruth Pickering

‘With no audience does your work exist?’, ergo, ’With no audience, can value be conceived?’ Pillars of gold is an audio-visual narrative journeying from personal to intrinsic value.

Rosie Stephenson

Rosie Stephenson

‘The Gestalt Forms of the Anthropocene’, is a contextual voyage across damaged habitats on land and under the sea. It integrates exchanges with philosophers, scientists, activists and creatives, who explore themes surrounding the earth, it's symbiosis, and the climate crisis - and how we can best communicate their huge importance.

Molly Mayo

Molly Mayo

‘With no audience does your work exist?’, ergo, ’With no audience, can value be conceived?’ Pillars of gold is an audio-visual narrative journeying from personal to intrinsic value.

Lili Phillips & Abbie Lilley

Lili Phillips Abbie Lilley

Work In Type is an experimental newspaper, designed and issued by Nearly: a newly-launched publishing house run by Abbie Lilley and Lili Phillips. To give you an overview, Nearly are currently managing a live online archive, showcasing the works of third-year, BA Graphic Communication students at Central Saint Martins.

Lili Phillips

Lili Phillips

I am an attentive book creator, tactile explorer and graphic designer, whose work is bound by a critical awareness of content. I make books that beg to be shared; books that enable the reader to develop a slower, more meaningful, sensory sensation with the written word.

Celeste Thexton-Gration

Celeste Thexton-Gration

Following my previous self-directed project where I looked into the taboo subject of Sex Education, I wanted to continue investigating into how we can use visual supports to help us connect and engage in other topics we find difficult to talk about. After discovering an article by Aamna Modhin called “Redefining the Strong Man” about the champion boxer Tyson Fury opening up about his mental health, I realised that existing stigmas may be a false impression of what boxing is about and what it means for individuals.

Jihyun / Jay Kim

Jihyun Jay Kim

*How to dine 101* is a project that focused on educating people on dining etiquette. Video "Come Dine With Me" encourages people to realize how a lack of knowledge in dinning manners could affect one's image.

Leila Wallisser

Leila Wallisser

How can we add value to discarded resources? My final project at Central Saint Martins is an attempt to add narrative to by-products of our current ecosystem.

Bobbie Galvin

Bobbie Galvin

This project rebrands standard information provided during the outbreak of COVID-19. People's lives in the height of COVID-19 were feeling extremely out of control.

Heather McNally

Heather McNally

Does anyone get what they deserve or is life a game of luck. This project is mocking neoliberalist views comparing them to a gameshow. With a 70/80’s theme as this is when the term neoliberalism came about.

Samuel Todd

Samuel Todd

Encouraging destruction and controlled chaos for creative engagement. From 50 thousand people watching gladiators fight wild animals in 264BC to hydraulic press videos on youtube raking up 270 million views, humans have always loved destruction.

Rui Li

Rui Li

“This is the second part of my “I & Myselves” project. I am exploring further on the bondage and knots of human emotion, exploring questions that purpose every day on my mind.

Roberta Lor

Roberta Lor

The "Perfection and Imperfection" project is about challenging the notion of good food and changing people's perception of misshape fruits. According to WRAP research, in 2015, post-farms and retailers threw away 10.2 Million tonnes and 260,000 tonnes of food waste in the UK, one of the major reasons was the imperfect appearance.

Danae Valterio

Danae Valterio

I REMEMBER explores self-identity through the representation of memorabilia. It focuses on people’s memories of their personal objects. The aim is to achieve self-representation through those objects and question whether the thematic of representation changes through time.

Ella Alder

Ella Alder

In our fast paced society consumer trends show Britons are opting for fortnightly in store big grocery shops, with smaller top up shopping throughout the week. To adapt to the changing needs of consumers an easier way to shop was needed. Hence the idea of shopbox was born!

Sharine Chan

Sharine Chan

Converse for light, a light installation where the ambient lighting responds to the level of conversation between commuters: the more conversation within the shared space, the warmer the colour of light will be. Sound is turned into a colour pixel which then travels to the end of the installation, creating a warmer colour which alternates the colour of the light within the train.

Abby Colquhoun

Abby Colquhoun

I intended to provide an experience for people to collaborate and come together. The film documents our connection to the land.

Zac Goodenough

Zachary Goodenough

A complete sense of loss. A Total lack of reason. The only direction - failure.  Suddenly, in the grim darkness, hope. A spark. An idea. "What if, yeah, there's this guy, and basically right, he's haunted by this cat or something yeah? And it's basically about how this stupid ghost cat just gets right on his nerves and stuff".

JIAMAN WANG

Jiaman Wang

I want to express a perception in this video that people suffer a lot of stress from deadlines. Dreams only take one day to fulfill their desire and accomplish what people haven’t got.

Jessica Sanders 

Jessica Sanders 

Addressing the the climate emergency to a younger audience through 'Sleeping Giants & Weather Monsters’, I wanted to showcase our planet’s destabilising network of living systems by personifying these these areas of ecological crisis. My world map functions as an interactive worksheet that can be transformed into a foldable 3D globe.

Urja Gauri Jain

Urja Gauri Jain

Urja is a Visual Communication designer, born and brought up in India. As numerous others, she grew up watching Bollywood films and absorbing toxic norms. Moving into adulthood, through her work, she has explored the unlearning of these ridiculously perfect expectations of how a woman should be within the Indian social system.

Vanisha Nebhwani

Vanisha Nebhwani

My practice as a designer is based on creating connections with us as individuals and as a society, using illustration and animation as a medium. My audience helps me create work in order to empower meaningful conversations between each other and view how people's perceptions in life are different to others.

Ella Zeki

Ella Zeki

I am a graphic designer and positive thinker driven by making/ encouraging positive changes to our environment and our wellbeing. My practice is centred around how play shapes our lives and can also facilitate learning. My design style and aesthetics are all about repurposing and reusing what we have around us to connect to a niftier way of thinking going forward.

Georgia Pizzala

Georgia Pizzala

I find myself floating about many different forms of design and creative outputs ranging from Photography, Graphic Design, Styling, Art Direction, Fashion and Fine art.  A lot of my personal work involves the psychological study of social behaviour and ethnographic researching. 

Katie Hackett

Katie Hackett

My work takes an experimental approach to image and video making, I’m usually inspired by the natural environment and finding personal connections to it. I love to work with analogue techniques and build off physicality. 

Jahnavi Inniss 

Jahnavi Inniss

Black people have made significant contributions to British society; however, these contributions have been left unrecognised. Upon doing extensive research into the different ways to showcase Black British history, I noticed frequent silent gaps in the timeline. Through my project I am evidencing the power and responsibility that designers have in creating work that influences attitudes towards underrepresented groups of people. 

Dun Lee

Dun Lee

Re-programming Interfaces of Pre-existing Circumstances is to discover a new value or potential that never been surfaced before by repurposing pre-existing circumstances, the conventional. Also it is to conceive communication mechanism of graphic design by exploring materiality of language (textual entity, property, value and mode), the basic element of message. 

Jahnavi Inniss 

Jahnavi Inniss

Black people have made significant contributions to British society; however, these contributions have been left unrecognised. Upon doing extensive research into the different ways to showcase Black British history, I noticed frequent silent gaps in the timeline. Through my project I am evidencing the power and responsibility that designers have in creating work that influences attitudes towards underrepresented groups of people. 

Marina Economidou

Marina Economidou

Both as an artist and a designer I see my role as that of raising questions, challenging conceptions, triggering discussions, breaking through seen and unseen walls, all in search of the truth, which the work I create attempts to bring forth and unravel. 

Océane Tam

Océane Tam

Project Kubos is a digital user experience with the intent of demystifying the case of solitude/isolation. Presented on a website, it invites you to explore the different facets of isolation at your own leisure, based off the idea that fairytales relieve the weight of our reality and projects us into a fantasy world where we can reflect upon our misfortunes all the while being removed from them. 

Gianni Antonia

Gianni Antonia

CYPHERLOOM: Briefly put, ‘Cypherloom’ is an exploratory archive with a series of visually encrypted representations of *SELF-IDENTITIES* towards understanding the contemporary meaning of *IDENTITY* to post-millenials and its ability to function as *DATA* to both envision methods for *GENERATIVE PERSONALIZATION* – within *COMMUNICATION* and *FASHION DESIGN* practice – and to humanize how we visualize *DATA* by rather focusing on the symbolic *MEANING* and *NATURE* of the gathered *DATA* than prioritizing clear semiotics.

Abbie Lilley

Abbie Lilley

Print & Typography lover, I balance the use of systematics with aesthetics to produce meaningful and carefully considered design. My practice is always responsive in nature- whether that’s to a specific audience, concept, or the current climate. I’m continuously looking for new approaches to learn and adapt my skillset further, often doing so through collaborative projects.

Ishwari Giga

Ishwari Giga

This project was a personal exploration of a community that I had grown up near. The South Asian community in Southall and the surrounding areas, in West London, allowed for my family and me to integrate our culture into our daily lives.

Melanie Chappuis

Melanie Chappuis

I produced a piece of music called “Composition of the Planets” to represent the relationship between planets forming the solar system. This project aims to represent all the sounds of the planets in creating an acoustic environment of the solar system for the visually impaired.

Yasoja Ratilal

Yasoja Ratilal

My design practice shifts between system construction and illustration. I believe in breaking down complex topics and currently am fascinated with technologically orientated design futures.

Imogen Chandulal

Imogen Chandulal

One of my final major projects was a zine referencing punk subculture, aimed to encourage self liberation and exploration among adolescents. Through highlighting the opportunity for creativity, specifically through self-image, I aim to inspire adolescents to explore their creative potential to evoke confidence and self worth.

Amanda Gayle

Amanda Gayle

Departure is a live video projection of a 7.8 metre roll of collage I had constructed from gathering almost a year's worth of found material- from magazine cut-outs and newspaper headlines, to recycled prints. Inspired by the philosophy ‘Mono No Aware’ or the pathos of things, the film follows a passage of time which aims to recreate the bittersweet sadness that comes with an awareness of the transience of life.

RuYing

RuYing Kang

"Why do you do so much for everyone else, at the expense of your own sanity." The project, Ingratiate, stemmed from a conversation I had with my therapist about how severely my people-pleasing tendencies have negatively affected my mental health.