All tagged Hannah Sargeant
Camberwell Press is a creative studio based at Camberwell College of Art, staffed by recent graduates, who for the most part, work unpaid in return for use of the studio space, facilities and the opportunity to tackle real briefs. Hannah Sargeant assesses the trade-off.
From spitting bars in the playground to landing a BET award and two MOBOs, south London hip-hop duo Krept and Konan are on track to dominate.
Entering the exhibition as an already committed fan of Hockney’s work, I willed myself to keep an open and critical mind of the showcase, for no-one’s life’s work can be without its fair share of flaws, or dud-moments.
Styling work for editorial featuring Nevs Models' Benedikte Klüver, shot by Edward Cooke for Spindle Magazine's 'Dreams' print issue.
One of Annie Pendergrast‘s most captivating series of work is simply titled ‘Rocks’. Also impressively skilled in drawing, painting and collage-making, Los Angeles based artist Pendergrast’s distinctive style is characterised by her use of bright, highly saturated colours, against deep hues of blues, purples and metallics, which she describes as “similiar to a bioluminescent deep sea creature”.
Guys, we’ve got an unhealthy relationship with tech and this season, Claire Barrow wants us to know it. Welcome back to the dystopian world of CB: DIY aesthetics, scrapbook sketches and serious punk sensibilities. Dark and eerie, this season plays on the thoughts and fears of the modern masses – what the hell would we do if there was no more tech?
Vivienne Westwood and husband Andreas Kronthaler have returned to Milan with a SS17 menswear collection that promotes gender fluidity within modern day fashion design.