This beautiful work is by one of my best friends and third year art student Hannah Ladd, inspired by 'cropped photos of the body,' the aim of her pieces are to 'challenge western society's idea of the normal and perfect' I love the abstract feel she creates.
I loved this installation, created by former textiles turned art student Bernadette Newton the piece consists of shredded tape measures knitted into hangings which 'become part of the existing architecture,' really love the texture!
Love love love these prints by third year textile student Katy, I like the contrast between the abstract background and the intricate patterns on top.
Another fabulous collection of prints produced by textiles student Najmeh. Really like the use of colour, especially the splashes of yellow contrasting with the dark purples.
Such a cute collection of knitted dog clothes created by textiles student Emilia, love the colours and the individuality of materials and techniques used.
Aimee ledger's Buns and Cosies
This has to be one of my faves out of the whole show, Aimee's work is insane, individual, crazy and amazing just like her personality - you can definitely see how her own style has impacted on her final pieces. Love the wacky colours and techniques and the fact that the longer you look at each piece the more you discover.
The colours and textures in these pieces created by Jurgita are amazing I love the deep purple and the layers of felt around the necklines.
I love the colours Emily has used, the purples and yellow/green compliment each other well whilst making the designs stand out.
Texture is my all time favourite element and this work creates this perfectly, I love the rusty colours!
Specialising in knit, third year textiles student Sarah has created this gorgeous knit covered chair made using natural wool. It a simple yet effective idea and looks amazing.
Weave designer has created these lovey textural pieces using both natural and beautifully bright colours.
These amazing pieces are made by textile student Rachael who specialises in weave. I love the colours used they have such an impact!
There were so many more pieces I didn't get to photograph but loved - especially in the illustration room, it was such an amazing show full of a massive variety. It's definitely worth a visit and will be up at the Hull School of Art and Design for the rest of the week.