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As the degree show season draws to a close, I've chosen three of my top finds from New Designer's Part Two to wrap things up for the Summer. All very different, but give a cross-section of some of the incredible talent that has come through UK Universities this year. Emma Buckley Bath School of Art and Design, Bath Spa University 3D Design

Emma experimented with a new process using dyes traditionally used in the textile industry with surprisingly effective results. The range of vessels she produced for her graduate collection have a certain painterly quality with each experimentation producing an unusual one-off piece. It’s fresh, new and interesting colour palette made her work one of my favourite collections this year. http://embuckley.com

Sam Bellamy Nottingham Trent University Furniture and Product Design

Having already exhibited at May Design Series this year, and becoming the winner of the Accessories and the People’s Choice Award, I predict big things for Sam. As the names suggests, his graduate collection ‘Moroccan Lamps’ take inspiration from traditional Moroccan lighting. With their roots firmly set in England, each element is handmade in the UK, and with the commerciality of his work already in mind, each is available in a range of made-to-order finishes. http://www.bellamydesign.co.uk

Paige Alexis Jones University of Portsmouth Illustration

 

Paige Alexis Jones illustrations are quiet, subtle, beautiful and airing on the side of macabre as she explores elements of death and decay. Observations using taxidermy and the animal work for reference, these delicate drawings show a strength and confidence way beyond that of a recent graduate. http://earthlylittlethings.com

Setting The Pace

New Designer's 2015 - Part One; Surface Pattern & Textiles

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