Students’ designs raise money for charity
Art and design students have raised over £200 for a local charity by selling hand printed notebooks, sketchbooks and greeting cards.
The UAL Level 1 and 2 Art & Design students worked collaboratively to research, design and a produce a range of printed pattern designs inspired by geometric shapes within local Brighton architecture. One design was chosen from each team to take into ‘small batch’ screen print production, with proceeds from their sale donated to Chestnut Tree House Hospice.
The project ‘Print: Make’ encourages students to experience different elements of the creative design process, including how to work effectively within a team. Each team member was assigned a role, ranging from market research to branding, from production to customer service.
This project will continue to grow throughout the year, with the screen-printed products being sold at other enterprise events at the College.