A 10 day workshop devised by tutors Maria Pina Bentivenga (Rome Academy of Fine Arts) and Umberto Giovannini (Central Saint Martins) who have collaborated on interdisciplinary artistic projects for story-telling and theatre. Continue reading
Celine Clark, Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (Graphic Communication Design curriculum area), discusses her time in the Futuro House and the inspiration behind her final project ahead of this year’s Foundation Show (11 – 13 May 2017).
Today, four Central Saint Martins Foundation Diploma in Art & Design students will enter the Futuro House on the roof of the College and will not leave for four days, six hours and 45 minutes – the same period of time it took the Apollo 11 space mission to reach the moon. During this time, Celine Clark, Amy Packwood, Scene Peng and Isobel Whalley Payne will all be living and working within the structure. Continue reading
Award-winning fashion label PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi challenged 30 Central Saint Martins Foundation Fashion Communication students to design multi-platform campaigns in response to their 2016 Spring/Summer collection. Continue reading
With the Foundation Show just days away we caught up with Joe Fraquelli to talk road signs, gender equality and his plans for the future.
In 2016, Italian paper manufacturer Fabriano challenged Central Saint Martins Foundation students studying Graphic Communication Design to create illustrations responding to the theme of ‘Made In Italy’. Continue reading
onehundredandtwenty is an ongoing project initiated by Lucy Alexander, Curriculum Leader of Graphic & Communication Design and Tim Meara, Curriculum Coordinator of Graphic & Communication Design. Through a series of conversations with practitioners, Lucy and Tim identify propositions for collective works to be enacted by 120 people.
In November, transdisciplinary design studio Åbäke and Prem Krishnamurthy, delivered a one-day workshop with Central Saint Martins Foundation Graphic Communication Design students. Continue reading
Central Saint Martins Foundation Graphic Communication Design Students held the annual Made to Persuade pop up exhibition and sale in the Crossing in December. Students sold graphic design products which offered a new way of looking at, thinking about or interacting with the world.
The event was a huge success, with many of the students selling out within minutes! Continue reading