The Design School believes that as the digital revolution marches ever onward new modes and methods of visual communication will continue to emerge and evolve, working practices merge and mutate, and that today's artists and designers have never been so crucial in aiding our understanding of the deep complexities of modern life, that tomorrow's artists and designers must be equipped with the mind-sets and skill-sets that have a capacity to evolve…
A Kingston MA Fashion student has created concepts for a range of clothing for disabled women which combines sophisticated style with practicality and comfort. Garfield Li’s funky yet functional womenswear collection was inspired by a visit to a children’s hospice … Continue reading →
The Art of Fact is a new exhibition from our students from BA (Hons) Illustration and Animation. The reportage exhibition is being hosted in Platform gallery, Knights Park Campus from the 30th April until the 10th May 2013.
The creative director and executive vice president of design for global fashion brand Banana Republic has been named an Honorary Doctor of Arts by his alma mater, London’s Kingston University. Speaking following the ceremony at Kingston’s Rose Theatre on 8 … Continue reading →
Current Graphic Design student Clare Newsam is currently featuring on the Creative Review blog with her ‘Roundel Seesaw’. The piece of furniture was designed in response to a brief set by Creative Review Editor, Patrick Burgoyne, during one of his … Continue reading →
Launching this Wednesday 13th February, Kingston Making Fixperts is being hosted in the lobby space of the Stanley Picker Gallery until the 9th March 2013. Fixperts aims to encourage joint design and communication projects that demonstrate the use of imagination and … Continue reading →