Spotted at MMU

We were astounded by the vast range of talent from MMU’s Three-Dimensional Design graduates. Felix Bell is an innovative product designer who aims to produce designs that are sustainable and beneficial to society. So far his collection of designs has included a 3D printed, biodegradable pen, sustainable benches for the Manchester International Festival and 3D printed prosthetic leg covers. We can’t wait to see what he creates next!

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Katie Askwith is also a product designer but she specialises in creating unique furniture and interiors, inspired by exposing the structure of designs to show how they were constructed.

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Megan Ocheduszko has designed a collection of multi-sensory, tactile jewellery. She incorporates hair, silicone and sponge into her pieces to create playful pieces that stimulate the senses (we can confirm that they felt amazing).

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Siobhan Doran creates contemporary jewellery by working with the organic, natural qualities of rocks and minerals, and keeps the stone rough instead of cutting and polishing it.

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We also spotted two other standout designers from the Textiles in Practice degree show. Claire Florey-Hitchcox creates beautifully detailed, printed wallpaper, inspired by the arrangement of a collection of miscellaneous objects. We love how she has used hand-carved woodblocks, a traditional printing technique, to produce such contemporary designs.

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Martina Florence Billson has designed a collection of adaptable equipment to accommodate the needs of a wanderer, as she believes that our need to explore, share and discover has made us develop into a nomadic culture.

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