Beautiful work, and it was nice to meet him too.
A pulsing heart grew tentacles thanks to Zsuzsa Goodyer at Cambridge School of Art.
Arran Macphail‘s Where the Wild Things Are took on a bloody look.
Holly Dennison used collage to put together some beautiful flower motifs.
Hannah Morgan‘s monkeys for a Tibetan folk tale were very cool.
Nikou Nazaripour at Portsmouth University created a wall of colourful posters.
Katie Pascoe‘s 3D artwork caught my eye.
Dawn Gardner at Havering College used recycled imagery to create her stunning collaged artwork. Her use of colour is particularly engaging.
Bryony Crane has also contributed beautiful fashion illustrations to Amelia’s Magazine. She showed her fun children’s narrative artwork. I loved their portrait name badges!
Don’t forget to take a look at the first part of this review: featuring the best new illustrators at New Designers.
2011, Amber Cassidy, Arran Macphail, Bryony Crane, Cambridge School of Art, Dawn Gardner, Fashion Illustration, Hannah Morgan, Havering College, Holly Dennison, Liam McMahon, London Fashion Week, Mark Fast, New Designers, Northbrook College, review, Tibetan, Where the Wild Things Are, Zsuzsa Goodyer
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