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20/20— Will Bindley

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A campaign designed to encourage voting to the most apathetic in our society; 18–24 year olds. The project imagines what headlines could look like if the Conservative Party are re-elected at the 2020 general election. Created in collaboration Tom & Freddy. Newspaper wrapped in 3 letterpress prints. D&AD New Blood winner, 2016. http://willbindley.com/ http://powertothepeoplepowertothemasses.com/  

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Idle Hand—Ross James

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“Idle hands are the Devil’s tools”   Idle hand is a 3D printed interactive installation piece that’s powered by Arduino. It comments on how our everyday lives are forever being grabbed at by technology.

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Exploration of Curiosities—Laura Burgess

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I have been exploring curiosity and what makes people curious. At the end of my project I produced a box that invited those to interact with it. The document inside is a catalog of unused doors that have been sealed off from use. The doors enticed the imagination of others and they produced new narratives […]

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Judgment Interactive Poster—Amy Richards

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In the bid to get an insight into what and how the public judge some things and some people, I designed a A2 poster to display in a public place and ask people to interact with it. I handed people post-it notes and asked them to position them where they thought appropriate. I printed two […]

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The Drooping Head Manifesto—Sophie Doyle

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The Fear or Reality. We are being physically and mentally shaped by the constant expansion of digital technologies and our society is dependent on this media.   Happiness. This pocket-sized tool allows us at all times to tune in and communicate information and entertainment.   How We Enjoy. We spend at least two hours a […]

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Colouring Democracy—Joseff Murphy

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We use colour to identify our political parties. I set out to find out the colour of my community and hometown. The idea was to make voting fun and colourful, yet also raising questions which are avoided by the media and the parties, which leave many excluded and disillusioned. The project was an easy way […]

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Level 1 – Glasses

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With the arrival of Google Glass and its ability to take video, images or deliver maps on demand –  we held a one-day workshop exploring the potential for ‘glasses’ to have a wider purpose. Students were asked to respond to the following questions: How could they improve people’s lives? How might they affect social interactions? […]

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Ricardo Mateus: Making Your Own

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Making your own is one of my larger projects in my self directed module. Throughout my self-directed module, most of my projects have been focused on the topic of homelessness. I have created many projects to raise awareness about the way homeless people live and their daily struggles. A few weeks ago, I was at […]

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Zummi Mwaheed: Aesthetics of Depreciation

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This project aims to deliver a unique perspective of the city of Bristol by showcasing the beauty of the textures of the city’s walls and facades that are often overlooked and unnoticed. I am exploring the nature and character through recreation of actual surfaces, colors and shapes, visually extracted from urban environments and executing them […]

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Ting Hui Sze: Play

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The aims of this project is to demonstrate a place to let people have a space/ platform to play games and improve relationships. This project will be a family game for both parent and child. By the end of the module, I hope I can create a platform for parent and child to play and […]

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