Degree Show 2019

Textile Design

Work on display: Textile Design

Georgia Barr

An unhealthy relationship with clothing leads to a throw away attitude, resulting in waste. With 235 million items...

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Paige Barrett

My work is a product of my interest in contemporary surveillance and data privacy, and how modern advances in the...

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Kaitlyn Bartlett

Throughout this year, I have focussed on digital print, furthering my skills as a designer by learning new...

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Olivia Beat

Traditionally Untraditional It is hard to remember our...

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Jayne Callender

Using embroidery as an important medium within my work I have created various designs that I hope will encourage...

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Amy Carter

A rise in publicity given to mental health has highlighted the need for individuals to assess their emotional...

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Emma Collins

I have created a collection of knitted samples that are intended for hypothetical bespoke shoe designs. This...

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Aimee Coulshed

Developments within technology have provided multiple benefits however the use of screens can dictate how time is...

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Gabriel Dolan

My design work focuses on restructuring interiors through the use of fabric. The flexible divisions created with...

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Ellie Donnan-Thompson

Growing up on the Orkney Islands, I have always been inspired by the sea and surrounding Scottish landscape. This...

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Cara Duncan

There has been a lot of focus recently on how the stimulants from contemporary textiles can benefit certain cohorts...

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Kirsty Fraser

It is estimated that 15% of resources are wasted at every stage of production during the manufacture of garments....

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Claire Frickleton

Layered by Nature In the UK an estimated 350,000 tonnes of textile waste is sent to landfill each year. Fast...

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Rosina Gavin

There is recognition worldwide that we must all take responsibility for using the earth’s natural resources less...

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Marcia George

The nature of what it means to be human is continually challenged. Urban areas grow larger and ever more densely...

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Jenna Gorman

I have designed a collection of fabrics which encourage touch through the use of tactile textiles. The purpose of...

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Eilidh Harper

Fast fashion is killing the planet. “Globally we’re producing over 100 billion new garments from new fibres...

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Courtney Kendal Healy

‘Perfectly Imperfect’ is a knitted collection which is inspired by the well-known traditional Japanese...

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Bethan Henery

A Biophilic Interruption. / Stress is a very apparent part of our modern-day lives. Pressure endured from our...

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Maike Herrmann

My project 'urban fireplace' addresses the challenge of increasing loneliness in cities due to a perceived lack of...

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Amy Lyall

Broken Grid. Sustainable Holistic Athleisure. The world now consumes 80 billion new items of clothing every...

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Lauren Macluskie

High street fashion is diluting trends that come and go all too quickly. My aim is to give people an alternative...

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Molly Marshalsey

Looking, Seeing and Imagining I have designed children’s interiors which aim to stimulate a greater awareness...

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Sophie McCaffrey

My project encourages a celebration of Mother Nature through my exploration of botanical drawings and the female...

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Jade McDiarmid

Sunken Gardens With the ocean covering more than 70% of our world, two thirds of that still remains undiscovered....

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Kristina McIntyre

‘Juxtapose’ is a process-led design project inspired by the balanced and simplistic lifestyle of Scandinavian...

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Claire Milne

Natural colours and earthy neutrals represent the organic palette that I wished to convey in my designs, which...

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Victoria Potts

This project focuses on the pollution of natural habitats due to plastic waste, and its detrimental effects on our...

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Emma Richardson

Call of The Wild is a commercial stationary collection that celebrates the beauty of animals and their natural...

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Diane Scade

By Day, By Night Active commuting, walking or using a bike to travel, is becoming a more popular method of...

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Katie Scott

Sensory play is vital for child development as it encourages creativity, observation skills, and cognitive...

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Terri Wallace

Of the traditional plant lore once passed from generation to generation in Scotland, little remains in living...

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Anthony Waters

“OPEN” is a gender-neutral knitted collection inspired by the shifting trends of the fashion industry. Entering...

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Textile design is a multidisciplinary course that fully integrates theory with practice through the medium of textiles.

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design and Architecture Degree Show at University of Dundee

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