It is getting more and more difficult to define a concept of contemporary beauty. In urban society, where the hunt for perfection begins at an early age and modified ‘plastic beauties’ wave from the covers of glossy magazines, humanity’s struggle for perfection appears almost limitless.
This is my Contextual Report for my final year project. In this paper, I propose that there is no need to undergo expensive, psychologically and physically painful procedures in finding your perfect look. Essential parts of the human psyche – confidence and self-esteem – could be easily lifted and ‘healed’ not just by a few cuts and stitches made by the surgeon, but also by through various design contexts and practises. _More
Goldsmiths Design students (I with my friends) will be taking part in this amazing venue at Barbican. We will be selling had made items for up to £3 and all the money we will raise will go towards our final year degree show.
The aim of this workshop is to create both objects and narrative contexts as one single outcome. During the development process the first would feed the second and one vice versa in order to achieve new kinds of product typology that would talk about possible futures and the way we picture and interpret them right now.
This projects was one week joint project , where second & third year students had a chance to meet and design together. I was working in a group with: Brittany Gragham (3rd year) and Danny Morgan, Alice B., Nicolette (2nd year).
These rings were made to visualize the connection between computer and its user. As soon as user gets by the computer (MAC), the rings reacts to magnetic stripe and sticks on it. In total 11 different design rings were made.