Lara Himpelmann is a make-up artist studying at Southampton Solent University. This series derived from her dissertation work which focused on the physicality of 'black' in art history, fashion and psychology. The result is a stunning amalgamation of fashion and art that explores colour theory and the ambiguous space of conscious and subconscious states of mind.
Martin Rayment is an illustrator studying at Nottingham Trent University. His works are particularly concerned with the state of 'Oblivion' which he claims he enters when making them. His artwork draws upon fragments from his subconscious and in turn evokes different interpretations from each viewer and their own state of mind.
Lydia Keith is an art student from Winchester School of Art. Her work comes in the form of exhibition and public performance, concerning itself with Britain's political and economic climate. Lydia is interested in the way that the public receives images, and aims to dissipate this process with her work.
Johnathan Perason is a photography student from the Arts University College Bournemouth. His work, however, goes beyond the limits of photography and aims to draw attention to its limits with photo manipulation and photo montage. This particular series uses traditional editing techniques to parody and undermine the 'perfection' of the Photoshopped image.
Rose Fulbright is a costume designer studying at London College of Fashion. This particular series of images comes from a hypothetical stop-motion project. The characters and designs she achieves, however, are stunning works of art in themselves.
Amy Whitelaw is a fashion designer studying at Winchester School of Art. She is currently working on her final graduate collection which is inspired by the attire of the Hutterites, a communal group similar to the Amish.
Dan Myatt is a photography student from De Montfort University. He describes himself as the "least arty person on Earth", however, using his photography as a form of documentary to capture moments of reality. This particular series explores new ways of capturing football photography and its weird and quirky fans and stadiums.
Aniko Gajdocsi is a fine art student from Winchester School of Art whose diverse talents spread to sculpture, painting and photography. This series of screen-prints represent the 'random' process of her artistic process. For Aniko, it is the uncertainty of the outcome that inspires her experimentation and creativity.