Blood uses drawing, print-making and painting in her practice. She creates and breaks self imposed 'rules' when painting, which often results in layered, gestural work. Blood is heavily influenced by the Fluxus movement, Abstract Expressionism and paradox, which can become apparent to viewers within the themes of her work: light/dark, conscious/sub-conscious, peace/chaos. See more of Jade's work here
Rebecca Carr is a maker of unisex clothing. Using Yorkshire wool, Irish Linen and hand dyed cottons, her collections experiment with stitch, form and movement. Garments are made to order, and each are durational objects, made to change and develop over time. Visit rebeccacarrclothing.co.uk for more of Rebecca's work.
John Hollington Design is a small award-winning design studio whose lighting and homeware designs are inspired by the clean lines and geometrical forms of modernist art and architecture. Beautiful and natural materials such as brass, copper and marble are chosen so that products will age well as they are cherished over their life cycle.
Based in an artists' and makers' studio in York, all products are made locally using small batch production techniques, in close collaboration with local craftsmen and small family-owned suppliers, to guarantee attention to detail and to support and sustain UK's making expertise. Products are assembled and hand finished in-house to ensure a high quality finish.
The studio also carries out commissions for retailers, interior designers and others. See more of John's work on his website.
The design practice of James Lunn specialises in typography, editorial design, visual identity, print application and web design from concept to production.
James Lunn is an award-winning designer & art director, currently based in York; having previously worked alongside leading industry practitioners in London, New York and Berlin.
Along the way he has been recognised by publications and organisations promoting design excellence, including D&AD, Type Directors Club, Art Directors Club Deutschland, It’s Nice That, Creative Review, and Design Week.
James Lunn website