Kingston University FADA students worked on the 800-hour project to create a full-size, 3D replica of Nissan’s new European car model. The students used 3Doodler pens, which enabled them to draw in the air, to create a finished sculpture made up of 13.8 kilometres of plastic strands. Read the full story.
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Kingston University’s Department of Architecture and Landscape is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Clancy to the role of Professor of Architecture.
After graduating in architecture from University College Dublin, Andrew Clancy established Clancy Moore Architects together with Colm Moore. The practice has received numerous awards, including the AAI Downes ...
Jiaheng Cao, 2016 Kingston University is pleased to announce the 2016 MA photography Degree Show featuring five graduating photographers: Jiaheng Cao Cristina Dragne Le-I Lin Ellie Parlak Sean Wyatt This diverse group of photographers present exciting and challenging work developed for their final major project. Jiaheng Cao has made a series of colour portraits of […]
Visitors to this year’s MA Fashion show will be treated to an eclectic mix of collections that centre on themes of movement and evolution, with undertones of political tension simmering throughout. Launching on the eve of London Fashion Week at the Vinyl Factory in Soho, the show is the culmination of months of research undertaken […]
Kingston University graduate Jimin Kim was recently awarded the ‘new talent’ award at the 40th World Illustration Awards. Jimin, who studied MA Illustration at Kingston, impressed the judges with her University project Hyde & Seek, which explores the notion of alter egos. Her work features intricate designs displayed in a concertina format. Jimin spoke of […]
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