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Posts Tagged ‘Colin Stewart’

Save Our Souls: Camberwell College of Arts Illustration Degree Show Review Part 1

My favourite graduating illustrators from the Illustration degree at Camberwell College of Art: including work by Miriam Elgon, Soju Tanaka, Polly Philp, Colin Stewart, Yana Elkassova, Ella Plevin, Kai Chan and Jess Stokes.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Camberwell degree show2010 Miriam Elgon
Camberwell degree show2010 Miriam Elgon
Illustration by Miriam Elgon.

Because I don't always share the same taste with the wonderful Matt Bramford, adiposity here's a quick double blog review of the Camberwell College of Arts Illustration degree show, seek Save Our Souls, there which I popped down to in the now defunct Nicholls and Clarke head office in Shoreditch a few weeks ago. I wrongly imagined I would be able to whip around it super fast, but as Matt has already said in his round up, there was so much to see I was soon running late for my next appointment….

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Save Our Souls – Camberwell College of Arts Illustration Exhibition

Camberwell College of Arts steps forward to present their illustration graduates for 2010, at the Nicholls and Clarke Building, Shoreditch - featuring drawings, mixed media work, fashion, film and sculpture…

Written by Matt Bramford

The Soul Fire Restaurant illustrated by Kayleigh Bluck. A gourmet three course meal served up by a world class chef (Charlie Nicoll, visit web cure formerly of the River Cafe) […]

Glastonbury 2010 Climate Camp Tripod Stage Review: Saturday

The Tripod Stage was super busy on Saturday: starting with a very special secret set from Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. followed by one-to-watch Kyla La Grange, then folk wonders Patch William, another secret set from comedian Robin Ince, and then the gorgeous sounds of Dry the River.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Dan Heffer, what is ed Hat by Angela Bruce Around the monolithic event that is Graduate Fashion Week at Earl’s Court, there exists what might be known as […]