Have worked and help to design a website for Sustainable Fashion NOW, an initiative aiming to inspire people to consume fashion in a more sustainable way. Check it out!
http://www.sustainablefashion.se/

Have worked and help to design a website for Sustainable Fashion NOW, an initiative aiming to inspire people to consume fashion in a more sustainable way. Check it out!

http://www.sustainablefashion.se/

UWE Degree Show 2013

robashley:

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It’s that time of the year, UWE Degree show starts next Friday (7th June) with the Private View. Head down if you’re in and around Bristol! 

29 May 2013 / Reblogged from berambunctious with 14 notes

Thanks to everyone that, despite the weather, came out and celebrated the launch of our Level 3 Publication, ‘It’s All About Terminology’. Based around the theme ‘Commercial Artist’, it explores the language and the two terms Art and Commerce and their relation to each other. Drinks, music and a live Twitter feed were on offer, whereby people were encouraged to join the conversation discussing the relevance of the term Commercial Artist and if they would label themselves as such. @allterminology #CommercialArtist

A very delayed update…

recipepals:

Leek Tart. Sorry we have been so bad at updating, been terribly busy finishing our degree and the cooking has been slightly put to the side. However we did have some time to make yummy things. We made this recipe a couple of months ago during slightly colder months. Have initially tried this whilst being in Rotterdam the recipe was given to us since being back in Bristol. Though having never made it before it turned out to be quite easy and the result was very tasty! Enjoy it on its own or together with a salad. 

27 May 2013 / Reblogged from recipepals with 1 note

This is a conversation about the work we do and the words we use to describe it. About to launch ourselves into the marketplace as graduates, we have explored our relationship with the commercial world through the term ‘Commercial Artist’ in a series of workshops and interactions with the public. You are invited to join the conversation and attend the launch of the publication.

This is a conversation about the work we do and the words we use to describe it. About to launch ourselves into the marketplace as graduates, we have explored our relationship with the commercial world through the term ‘Commercial Artist’ in a series of workshops and interactions with the public. You are invited to join the conversation and attend the launch of the publication.

A short film about how women are underrepresented in areas of society. 
The five percentages relate to that: 22.5% of the total of MPs are women, 15.6% of High Court judges are women, the average gender pay gap is 15.5% per hour, 7% of the executive directors on the FTSE 100 boards are women and 5% of the national daily newspapers editors are women.
 
Made out of Perspex and LED strips, they are connected to the same power supply to emphasise that this is not an isolated problem, but a reccurring pattern.

If you are a Bristol based student please do join me & Myrna on this cut & paste workshop tomorrow at Bower Ashton some time between 11.30-2.00pm in the Foyer space (near the Canteen). 

A newspaper publication that aims to highlight certain areas in which women are underrepresented and less instrumental in comparison to men. A selection of newspaper articles was used as a reference to highlight this lack of visibility of women and the problems that have arisen from this.

Have finally learnt how to make a gif. This is part of my final year project about how women are underrepresented in certain areas. 

Have finally learnt how to make a gif. This is part of my final year project about how women are underrepresented in certain areas. 

A short video made a little while ago containing interviews with members of a women only cycling group, after taking part in one of their cycling trips. It aims to encourage more women to cycle. The video touches upon some of the issues that exist, hindering women from be just as active cyclists as men.