Meet Lucie Davis

Lucie Davis is a multi-award winning designer, artist and creative who studied Foundation Diploma in Art and Design and BA Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins, graduating in 2016.

During her time at the College, she won the prestigious MullenLowe YourNOVA Award and the Swarovski Design Project x CSM Student Award. In 2016, she worked as Designer in Residence for Tiffany & Co. in New York and is now a Creative at Ogilvy UK in London.

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2018 Foundation Show: In Pictures

The Foundation Show 2018 featured final projects from over 500 students who have spent the last academic year studying the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Central Saint Martins. Showcasing work from our four curriculum areas of 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture; Fashion and Textiles; Fine Art and Graphic Communication Design, the show encompassed sculpture, painting, performance, installation, textiles, photography, ceramics and much more.  Continue reading

Foundation: Paolina Stefani

Our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design is divided into four curriculum areas: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture; Fashion and Textiles; Fine Art and Graphic Communication Design. Each of these areas is divided into pathways. Here, Graphic Design student Paolina Stefani tells us about preparing for the Foundation show and her site-specific project which will be on view in the Lethaby Gallery between 3 and 5 May 2018.   Continue reading

Foundation: Hannah Billett

Our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design is divided into four curriculum areas: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture; Fashion and Textiles; Fine Art and Graphic Communication Design. Each of these areas is divided into pathways. Hannah Billett is a student on the 3D pathway in Fine Art. She tells us about her final project and wider practice, as we finalise preparations for the Foundation Show 2018 which opens this week.
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Foundation: Nusra Nijimbere

Our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design is divided into four curriculum areas: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture; Fashion and Textiles; Fine Art and Graphic Communication Design. Each of these areas is divided into pathways. For the past academic year, Nusra Nijimbere has been studying on the Textiles pathway. Here, she tells us about her final project ‘N1: ‘Endz’ is where the heart is’ and the inspirations behind her work. Continue reading

Foundation: Samuel Georges

Our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design is divided into four curriculum areas: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture; Fashion and Textiles; Fine Art and Graphic Communication Design. Each of these areas is divided into pathways. Samuel Georges has spent the last academic year studying Product Design and Ceramics, which sits in 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture. Here he tells us about his final project, in which he has created a multipurpose, educational toy for deaf children. Continue reading