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Spotlight on the Creative Class of 2021!
 
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Our annual Degree Show is now online, showcasing the talent of our graduating students from the School of Arts & Creative Industries’ Design, Photography and Advertising courses.
 
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Our annual Degree Show showcases the creative talent from our graduating students from the School of Arts & Creative Industries’ Design, Photography and Advertising courses.

Check out the work from our Class of 2021 here.

Some of this year’s final projects include:

Graphic Design student Christy Orr’s Forget Me Not Boxes

A sensory box that aims to comfort those affected by dementia through helping recall memories. The box contains a set of tools that help trigger the five senses – sight, smell, touch, taste and sound – helping those with dementia recall memories and retain identity. The box gives its user the opportunity to completely personalise its items and is split into four main sections.

 

Photography student Duncan Thompson’s Fish Out of Water

“Fish Out of Water” is a photographic project by Duncan Thompson, examining the role of the fish and chip shop within its local community. The project took place around the areas of Burnley and Pendle in East Lancashire, England, where Duncan is from. These areas were some of the most affected by the Covid-19 restrictions in England and the role of the chippy during the lockdown adapted to bring the community together by allowing people to have a chat in the queue and with staff to ease the feelings of loneliness felt by so many of us.

 

Product Design student Katarzyna Pohorecka’s Mude Bodysuits

‘Mude’ bodysuits aim to make it easier for women affected by type 1 diabetes to wear an insulin pump with any type of clothing. Final year student Katarzyna Pohorecka has developed ‘Mude’ - a range of six nude-coloured bodysuits that contain a specially designed pouch that discreetly holds an insulin pump. The work has been created after a gap in the market was identified for a product that allowed female insulin pump users to wear their pump under their clothes.












 




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