Originally posted on the Goldsmiths Design Blog as part of their alumni careers talk series. Ilyanna Kerr: See What I Mean Early in 2016, the Design department invited a few of its graduates to speak about their career paths after graduation and the challenges they encountered. One of the speakers was Ilyanna Kerr (BA Design, 2013), co-founder […]Read more "Life After Goldsmiths: BA Design Alumna Ilyanna Kerr"
The MA in Fashion is the youngest of our Design MAs: its first students came to Goldsmiths in 2013. Ruth Jacob was part of this inaugural group of Fashion students, and now she’s sent word to us on what her studies at Goldsmiths meant to her, and what she’s been up to since graduation: “Since […]Read more "Life After Goldsmiths: MA Fashion alumna Ruth Jacob"
Very Kind Invention was founded by Class of 2011 alumni Petchpisut Assarasakorn (MA Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship), Thiyaporn Panikbutr (MA Cross Sectoral and Community Arts) and Attanon Wongluang (MA Design and Critical Practice), along with collaborator, Lisa Nantaterm who studied at Central Saint Martins. We caught up with them to find out about their time […]Read more "Ones to Watch: Very Kind Invention"
Avril O’Neil (BA Design, 2010) and John Nussey of ONN Studio won the first round of Design Council Spark for Ding, a doorbell connected to your phone informing you when visitors are waiting at the door. Design Council Spark is a product innovation fund dedicated to uncovering the UK’s next great inventions. Design Council hosted a Spark showcase […]Read more "Alumna wins Design Council Spark"
Very Kind Invention, co-founded by Petchpisut Assarasakorn (MA Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2011), Thiyaporn Panikbutr (MA Cross Sectoral and Community Arts, 2011), Attanon Wongluang (MA Design: Critical Practice, 2011) and Lisa Nantatermare, have been named Wallpaper* Design of the Year 2015 Emerging Talent. While pursuing their higher education in London, the four friends worked with […]Read more "Alumni named Emerging Talent in Wallpaper*"
Silent auction for EduHaitian features work from Design Department I’ve always really enjoyed seeing my course mates’ work. Also, I have an unlimited amount of admiration for the work of EduHaitian, the small charity supporting children’s education in Haiti that my dear friend and Goldsmiths alumna Olivia Owen (BA International Studies, 2015) set up and runs. That will […]Read more "Guest Post: Silent Auction"