Posts Tagged ‘Eco-friendly’

University of Westminster: Illustration & Visual Communication Graduate Show 2012 Review

University of Westminster showed off a range of talented up-and-coming illustration and visual communication graduates on the 7th of June 2012 at the AMBIKA P3 Gallery in Marylebone. I went along to pick out the best of what's to come.

Written by Alia Gargum

Juno by Angelina Ioannides-Beer
Juno by Angelina Ioannides-Beer

One of the particularly exciting parts of Graduate month this year was getting to see the University of Westminster BA Illustration & Visual Communication degree show, partly because I am an Illustration graduate myself but also due to the addictive act of talent spotting. Don't get me wrong, I love nothing more than seeing a great established artist do something new, but there is something especially satisfying about seeing brand-new graduates' work. Maybe it's the 'fresh of of the box' appeal, or just the fact that they will naturally be creating new ideas, processes and concepts that aren't already out there.

AMBIKA P3 gallery by Alia Gargum
All graduate show photography by Alia Gargum

The AMBIKA P3 gallery space is an industrial-like space perfect for an exhibition, which I entered… read more

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Craft: christmas decorations.

This is the third and final Christmas article from Hannah Bullivant- and we're talking decorations. With illustrations by Matilde Sazio and Avril Kelly.

Written by Hannah Bullivant

Christmas Craft by Matilde Sazio So far you have heard me rant about the mass consumerism and waste that is now so ubiquitous with Christmas and I’ve shown you how to […]

Craft: Make your own Christmas cards

It is Christmas and what better way to induce a good dose of festive cheer and combat the evils of mass consumption than to do some Christmas crafting. Here Hannah Bullivant shows you how to make some simple Christmas cards. With illustrations by Emma Block, Daria Hlazatova and Ellie Sutton.

Written by Hannah Bullivant

Illustration by Emma Block You may think that Christmas cards are harmless tokens of festive cheer, but there is more to them than well wishing tacky Santa’s. When done well, […]

Colourful Coffins become a Happy Journey

A few of the illustrators that feature in Amelia's Anthology of Illustration have got together to set up an exciting new venture: the Happy Journey Collective. Read on to discover what you can do to get involved.

Written by Abigail Daker

Colourful Coffins from Lesley Barnes, Thereza Rowe and Abigail Daker. A couple of weeks ago, while playing around on twitter, I saw a link posted by Thereza Rowe for a […]

Viva Veja!

French Fashion

Written by Matt Bramford

At Amelia’s Magazine, we’ve digged eco-friendly trainer brand Veja for a while now. They’re a super stylish set up with morals. Trainers are produced from organic cotton and wild Amazonian […]

The Black Sheep Rules

Not Just A Label: THE SHOP

Written by Audrey Rogers

So. A whole new batch of graduates all with a different vision – and what to do with them? With the music industry completely revolutionised beyond recognition by the internet, […]

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Minna Hepburn Interview

Fashion Designer

Written by Jennifer McNulty

Now based in London, Finnish designer Minna Hepburn is showing her A/W 09 collection as part of Esthetica, the ethical branch of London Fashion Week. Her beautiful and delicate designs […]

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Earth Listings

, 15th Decmeber - 21th December 2008

Written by Saven Chadha and Lucy Jones

If you’re planning on going to any of these events, or have something you want to write an article about for the Earth Blog, email us: earth@ameliasmagazine.com! Now here’s a […]