Level 2 Art & DEsign


Sol Aliaga 

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Bishop Stortford C of E SCHOOL — GCSE 

Statement 

I chose to create modern pop art using present day advertisements along with Manga and cartoon characters. I wanted to challenge modern day images and messages and how they can portray people in a negative way, using humour to reinterpret them. I have created 2 illustrations using lines, colour and grayscale which also include elements of Japanese art and Graphic Design. All the subjects were chosen as they have become a meaningful part of our present-day culture. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Graphic Design) 


Sarah Jane Barrett 

‘Identity’

Progressed from 

Oasis Academy Enfield— GCSE 

Statement 

My project will be to create a body of designs that explores the mutation of patterns, colour and shapes to create new designs. To inspire me I have looked at modern every day images that surround us, like dart boards, packaging and advertisement. I was also Inspired by the Pop Art movement, which informed my designs and artistic outcomes. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)


Kelden Cheale

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 1 Diploma in Art & Design 

Statement 

I created a graffiti coded image under the danger of being discovered. This is tension is picked up in the agitated mark making, bold applied colours. Contrasting with flowing calm black lines in the work. Given more time I would have had photographs of myself working on the image with my identity covered. The photographs of the final image, gives the view an insight into how I painted the piece.  

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Photography 


Axel Demangeon

‘Change’

Progressed from 

Oasis Academy Enfield — GCSE 

Statement 

These pieces shows two different experiences, one with my friends focused on a discussion and the other on the topic of art. I have abstracted those conversations into a form of art. This project has evolved from ideas of derelict places; plain, simple and broken, using colour and shapes to make the characters stand out. At the start of this piece, I adapted it into a 3D form using clay. I added colour to express the shapes as well as adding more colours to the background to represent the 3D form at a later date. This piece is part of a series that I collaborated on to show the contrast and development of the shapes.  

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)


Tyler Dobson 

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Freman College — GCSE

Statement

I have combined my interest in street art and fashion to create my final piece.  Taking inspiration from Jean-Paul Basquiat, I have combined strong, bright colours using felt tips and metallic paint and added graffiti I found whilst researching street artists. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (3D Design) 


Olivia Ferraro

‘You can identify me, but you don’t know my identity. ‘

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 1 Diploma in Art & Design 

Statement

My piece highlights prejudice and racism in the world today; I wanted to show a different perspective by using my dog Karma as my subject. My 3 photos illustrate how Karma is a calm, gentle dog and is not a danger to anyone, even when off the lead. We have to exercise in a separate area of our park as people feel threatened by her purely because of her appearance. This prejudice is unfair and represents how people across the world judge others by their ethnicity and make assumptions about them purely on their appearance.  If we addressed prejudice and racism with the approach we have to understanding and developing other areas of society, the world would be a better place for everybody. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Photography) 


Victoria Fry

‘Identity’

Progressed from

King Harold School – GCSE

Statement

I chose to link the identity brief to different aspects of my personality, specifically my love of animals; one of the most important parts of my life. I focused on animals as I am fascinated by their ability to adapt and overcome difficult situations, especially in areas of the World where conservation is not taken seriously and where many species face devastation and destruction. I also think animals have a natural, artistic beauty which I wanted to capture.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)


Joshua Gibson-Tribe

‘Tranquil Landscape’

Progressed from

The Sele School – GCSE 

Statement

I decided to draw landscapes as I feel they relate to my personality; I try to be as calm as I can. I included mountains as they suggest a number of emotions to me; whilst they make me feel calm and tranquil there is also a suggestion of bleakness and danger attached to them.    

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)


Isabella Greenhalgh 

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Hitchin Girls School — GCSE 

Statement

Through this project I hoped to achieve a range of experimentation by using different types of mediums and forms of art. I started my project by focusing on a photography aspect with ‘vintage’ photography and ‘lights’ and how they can define an international identity for America, Nevada and many other places as well as businesses all around the world. 

I then decided to focus more on my identity and where my family comes from, taking my European heritage from Italy and how I remember my Great Nonna – a flamboyant and fashionable woman. As well as my Nana who wore similar things when she was younger. With this inspiration in mind I decided to create an item of clothing and create my own orange print pattern, inspired by the blood oranges grown in Italy. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Textile)  


Georgia Jackson

‘My Memory Cycle’

Progressed from

Burnt Mill Academy — GCSE  

Statement

This project identifies my choices and actions that I have made to this current day. I have highlighted four key areas in my life; infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Each key area includes drawings of what are important to me, some of these drawings in each key area are still part of my every day routine. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Photography)  


Lara Karaman

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 1 Diploma in Art & Design

Statement

My work explores the decades of the 60’s and 70’s and the fashions of that time. I created a top that was in keeping with the style from these eras and incorporated my textile piece with photography that was inspired by Nick De Wolf and Al Vandaberg.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fashion/Photography)


Emily Marson 

‘The Rebels Are Back In Town’

Progressed from

The John Warner School — GCSE 

Statement 

I decided to design a video game concept by creating a world where a plague mask gives the user unlimited power and corrupts them. The rebels shown in this image have to destroy the mask before the cloaked figure ends humanity. I chose to make a 3D model of the plague mask as I wanted to use my different skill sets and hobbies. I believe the characters and plot creates an intriguing story and design. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)


Charlie McCaughan

‘Identity’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 1 Diploma in Art & Design 
 

Statement 

This project is based on myself, and my interests. I already had a doll bought from a charity shop, so I decided to fix it up by brushing and cutting her hair, sewing some new clothes for her, and creating several props. Some of the props created include miniature paintings, a paint palette, and paint brushes made with toothpicks and fabric. I also created a miniature cat based on one of my own pet cats, Cola. He’s so fluffy and cute! The main prop, however, is the miniature ‘room’ with several photos of myself at various ages, as well as other photos that I’ve taken that mean something to me. 

I hope people are interested in the pieces I have created and can see how they relate to my identity. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Animation)  


Rob Radi

‘What lies beneath’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 1 Diploma in Art & Design

Statement

I have created photomontages representing Heaven and Hell and the fight people have within themselves for good to overcome bad feelings. I also wanted to show how all humans are the same under their skin, regardless of their ethnicity.

The contrasting images of my vision of Heaven and Hell and the addition of an image seen through frosted glass is personal to me as a partially sighted person – what I see of the world is different to others and my other senses (including my imagination) are heightened because of this.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Animation)


Cody Smith-Board 

‘Child in the Forest’

Progressed from

Monks Walk School — GCSE 

Statement

This piece is a mix material piece depicting my character sitting in the middle of a forest scene. The character itself is needle felted and the background is made up of various other materials. The character shown is a hybrid of a human, cat and dragon and is a fantasy-based character. The piece is a representation of my love for nature and fantasy. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Animation) 


James Stanley

‘Identity’

Progressed from 

Leventhorpe School — GCSE 

Statement 

My photo book consists of my own photos focusing on three types of photography; Fashion, Portrait and Performance. All photos have been taken using 35mm film. I have explored the idea of identity through my images by carefully selecting the strongest photos that represent this. I believe that the photos speak for themselves. I decided to keep the book very minimalistic to ensure the images can be interpreted differently by everyone, whilst still representing the idea of Identity.

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Photography/Fashion) 

Portfolio

https://www.instagram.com/identity___project/


Skie Walcott 

‘Identity’ 

Progressed from  

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 1 Diploma in Art & Design 

Statement 

This project is about identity and my pieces are a representation of my identity. As a black female I wanted to highlight the beauty of black women -especially their hair, using a portrait theme. I wanted the project to have a lot of meaning and to also represent me.  

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Graphic Design) 


William West 

‘Identity’ 

Progressed from 

Richard Hale School — GCSE 

Statement 

I identify as a photographer and have created a montage of images of myself and my family and the countries we have travelled to together. My camera allows me to re-create happy times and evoke memories of the people and places that are important to me. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Photography) 


Megan Westrandall  

‘Identity’ 

Progressed from 

Duke’s Aldridge Academy — GCSE 

Statement  

These images are about hiding someone’s identity. If you look at someone, their features belong to them, my photos remove those features therefore removing their identity. I wanted to show that you can have an identity without a face. I wanted to evoke a sense of abandonment because I feel people are lost trying to find their themselves.  

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Photography)  


Jason White 

‘Identity’ 

Progressed from 

Lea Valley High School — GCSE 

Statement 

I have chosen to create an image of a man removing a mask, which is a combination of mask designs that I had created. Masks hide someone’s features and their identity, which I believe ties in with the brief. I chose to create the man without eyes and a mouth, as these features are a way of identifying someone by how they look and speak. The addition of eyes in the background suggests someone unknown is watching the figure. I think my piece is interesting as it leaves questions unanswered which is what happens when you don’t know someone’s identity.     

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Animation) 


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