Clare Campbell of Prickly Thistle has teamed up with the Edinburgh based Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM) to develop natural fibre reusable face mask.
The fashion industry is increasingly the focus of ways to reduce waste. And now textile engineers are researching a wool like product that has fascinating properties.
The project titled ‘Augmented Fashion: Immersive Interactions for Sustainable Heritage in Fashion and Textiles’ involves RGU working with industry partners across Scotland and academics in Shangahi, China.
On the 19th of January 1978 the last Volkswagen Beetle was produced in Germany. Production was to continue in South America.
The idea is to use the Red List species as inspiration to create a bright and eye-catching design for a new Mammal Society t-shirt.
Skye is set to experience a project inspired by a shared Nordic/Celtic past and present over the next few days from the 1st to the 4th of June.
Cressida Bell is a British designer specialising in textiles and interiors.
In an Orkney News exclusive she talks about her recent project for a Scottish Hotel: The Fife Arms
The Degree Show 2018, takes place at the art school, Aberdeen, from June 16th -24th.
There is a slight change to some of the arrangements for the exhibition of work by Orkney College UHI students.
“Orkney College leads the way with this exciting new approach to exhibiting work. It really takes these group of island out into the world”