Real Meteorites and Fossils Create Jurassic Jewellery

Jurassic Jewellery is owned and run by Ian Barrett, creating unique jewellery designs using real meteorites and fossils. “There is no other jeweller in the UK making solid silver jewellery with real meteorites, It gets interest wherever it is seen and my sales are increasing month on month. I have supplied the legendary Saatchi Gallery in London and I … Continue reading

Creative Design and Fashion Duo Rodo Creative

Rodo Creative is the work of creative duo Becky Doherty and Sarah Royle. Both graduates of Manchester Metropolitan University in Design and Art Direction, they established their own design business following the completion of their course in 2011! “The name is simple, it’s a mix of our last names – Sarah ROyle and Becky DOherty – RODO. … Continue reading

Fashion Designer Katie Davidson of KMD Designs

Today we see some of the latest work and meet the creative mind behind KMDdesigns; Liverpool John Moores University Fashion Design student Katie Davidson is now in her final year and is excited to enter the industry upon graduation in the summer. “KMDdesigns started with people approaching me to make them dresses for parties and … Continue reading

Graphic Designer Teresa Sweeney

Teresa Sweeney is another Manchester based graphic designer, soon to complete her studies this year. Teresa has already several work experience and placements under her belt in readiness for when she graduates. “My current practice is primarily involved with how we read, and questions whether the printed book will still be a common source of … Continue reading

Graphic Designer Ajveer Gill

Ajveer Gill is a third year graphic design student at the University of Salford. Originally wanting to pursue a career as an architect, Ajveer realised that graphic design was his true calling following his foundation at Blackpool and the Fylde college. “Design to me isn’t just a hobby or one of life’s passions; its a … Continue reading

Naomi Robinson Ceramics

A recent graduate of the Liverpool Hope University with a Bachelor of Design, Naomi Robinson took to specialising in Ceramics during her third year. Naomi describes; “I was really drawn to the material and the process of Throwing. Using this process I make collections of memorial vessels, taking inspiration from mourning, loss and remembrance.” I use … Continue reading