We are delighted to announce Veronika Fabian as the winner of this year’s Marzee Graduate Prize. Veronika has had a very productive summer, she has also won the Main Patron Award of the Art Jewellery Night Budapest. We cannot wait and see what she does next!
Showcasing work by this year’s graduating students,
#CreativeUnions celebrates the power of design to further public debate and be an active agent in the dissolution of boundaries: part of London Design Festival 2018 – King’s Cross Design Route. The exhibition will be on from 15.09.18 – 27.10.18.
We are very pleased to see our graduate Belle Smith’s work being featured on Dezeen. London-based Smith creates a wearable textile with the repurposed waste shells, by attaching them to delicate necklace chains made from recycled silver and steel. She then shapes this textile into hollow spheres and tubes.
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Congratulation to our graduates starting from the left Emine Gulsal, Veronika Fabian, Eloise Kramer and Isla Gilham, the individual awards was presented by Theo Fennell.
Emine Gulsal – winner of Best Technical Achievement Award. Emine’s work draws inspiration from the everyday items that might be found at the bottom of someone’s drawer “bits and bobs”.
Veronika Fabian – Overall Best Awards. Veronika based her collection on the notion of a woman’s relationship to self-identity, chained as it is to the female personas of our time.
Eloise Kramer – Best Concept Awards. Playing on the symbolism that fruit carries in 16th century still-life paintings, Eloise’s collection takes the peach as its shaping metaphor. Materialising and illustrating the maturation of the fruit, her pieces narrate different physical changes caused by bruising and the insects that it inevitably attracts.
Isla Gilham – Best Design Awards. Isla’s collection draws on a family story about her great-grandad, who once made a tiara substituting gemstones for jelly tots.
This year our design collaboration with Swarovski challenges the students to re-form, re-use, re-work, re t,re-think a number of unsold pieces of jewellery or ornaments provided by Swarovski. ‘The Power of Transformation’ was the brief given to our Year 3 students, they had to think about how they can transform such pieces back into the circular economy. Swarovski recognises that the industry needs to do more for sustainability and is working with Central Saint Martins students to become pioneer in that.
Congratulation to Veronika Fabian the winner of the Swarovski Design Project, presented by representatives from Swarovski on the Awards Evening.
Congratulation to Eloise Kramer for winning the Best Use of Non-Precious Metal, presented by Master of WC of Tin Plate Workers – Howard Reed.
Playing on the symbolism that fruit carries in 16th century still- life paintings, Eloise’s collection takes the peach as its shaping metaphor. Materialising and illustrating the maturation of the fruit, her pieces narrate different physical changes caused by bruising and the insects that it inevitably attracts.
Congratulation to Eloise Kramer for winning the Brian Wood Memorial Medal, presented by Margarita Wood.
Congratulation to Roanne Sanchez-Watts for winning the Brian Wood Travel Bursary, presented by Margarita Wood.
Congratulation to Wen Ju Tseng, Miho Ishizuka and Srishti Shah our Year Two BA Jewellery Design, for winning the Cartier Awards, presented by Silvia Steffen-Ehl.
Autor Contemporary Jewellery Award is a new award we have this year, presented by Dan Piersinaru.
Congratulation to Yuzhuo Fu for winning the award. Inspired by the spirit of Zen and Chinese Gongbi paintings, Yuzhui infuses her designs with the traditional craftsmanship and aesthetics of Chinese scholar-bureaucrats. By using springs, rivets and jump-rings, she creates fluent movement so that her jewellery reconstructs the harmonious philosophy that exists between nature and human.
Read the full article on Autor.
Congratulation to Aidan Madden for winning the Best Use of Pearls Award presented by Andrew Fraser. Aidan’s collection reinvents the delicate and classical pearl. Revealing layers of nacre and binding several pearls together.