THE 9&50 FREAKSHOW – NCAD GRADUATES SHOW 2017

TEXTILE ART & ARTEFACT

National College of Art and Design, Graduate Exhibition, Dublin 2017

Coming into the room full of butterflies within a second I was under an impression that I was covered in them! Even though they were not flying it felt that they were. There was so much to look at, I felt excited as a child who is chasing butterflies on a hot summer day.

Like if I was dreaming one of my abstract dreams where I am feeling happy and hyper. Stimulated by images appearing in front of my eyes, knowing I would wake up in a good mood because of the mad, colourful dream. Even if it was hard to find a story and a connection between one artwork and another, all together it made a perfect sense. Freakshow is like a dream wrapped in a warm blanket of all shades of brown colour.

 


THE 9&50 FREAKSHOW

BY LAUREN HOEY

‘Surrounded by ideals of perfection, my interest lies in the feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt; resulting in fantasies of escape and evolution to compensate. Using a variety of mixed media and textile techniques, I explore and imagined a narrative that borrows from a dark but humorous aesthetic informed by a freak show of hybrid creatures. A celebration of the imperfect has resulted in an installation that takes a classroom as the stage for an eerie metamorphosis.’ says Lauren Hoey

 

The 9&50 Freakshow, NCAD Graduates Exhibition, Dublin 2017
The 9&50 Freakshow, NCAD Graduates Exhibition, Dublin 2017
The 9&50 Freakshow, NCAD Graduates Exhibition, Dublin 2017
The 9&50 Freakshow, NCAD Graduates Exhibition, Dublin 2017
The 9&50 Freakshow, NCAD Graduates Exhibition, Dublin 2017
The 9&50 Freakshow, NCAD Graduates Exhibition, Dublin 2017

 

LAUREN HOEY AT WORK

Friday afternoon doodles…I wish the pace of this time lapse was the reality of it all. ✍🏻💭⏳

Posted by Lauren Hoey Art on Friday, 31 March 2017

Apologies for being dormant on Facebook. Here's a little clip of 1 out of 70 paper cut butterflies I've been working on. In total, the 70 butterflies took approx. 12 hours, 7 scalpel wounds, 3 tears and a dash of blood.

Posted by Lauren Hoey Art on Friday, 17 March 2017

 

source Lauren Hoey Art

NCAD 2017 SHOW CATALOGUE

 

         

 

 

THE NATIONAL COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN IN DUBLIN – CERAMICS

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

CERAMICS, GRADUATES EXHIBITION 2017

The exhibition is taking place each year at the end of June and usually, it lasts for ten days. Among Dublin art colleges it is the most creative graduate’s shows.

The origins of the College date from 1746 and by 1924 the National College of Art and Design was fully established. The campus is located on Thomas Street in around the area of Guinness Storehouse. The College has four Schools; Design, Education, Fine Art and Visual Culture.

The School of Design is the largest in the College and comprises ceramics, glass, metals, fashion design, industrial and product design, textile design and visual communication. In design, the emphasis is on solving specific problems set by the project. While students are expected to master the relevant technologies, the aesthetic design factor is stressed equally. There are many links with industry and students often work on competitions sponsored by commercial firms. The College aims to promote a broad education in design which can be the basis for a variety of careers either as part of a team in industry or by working individually in a studio or small business. (source http://www.ncad.ie/about)

I had taken a large number of photographs on that day and unfortunately was unable to take the names, titles and the contact details of the artists. If any of the artists will come across this article, please contact me and I will provide a relevant link to your work.

 

CIRCUS OF LIFE

BY IRENE DUFFY

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

PSYCHOPOMP

BY REBECCA JANE DOLAN

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

POCKET PARKS

BY ALICE MARY BRENNAN

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

CYMATICS

BY FRANCES TREANOR

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

 

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

DISPLACEMENT

BY ADELE WALSH

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

BONDING

BY MANDY JACKSON

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

 

National College of Art and Design - Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017
National College of Art and Design – Ceramics, Graduates Show 2017

 

NCAD 2017 SHOW CATALOGUE

 

 

         

 

 

SHAKESPEAREAN CHARACTERS

Merchant of Venice mask

HAMLET, KING LEAR AND THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

I have chosen three male characters from Shakespeare’s plays: Hamlet, King Lear and The Merchant of Venice. In styling the denim products, I wanted to create a display for male customers of M&S, creating a contemporary look mixed with the presence of Shakespeare’s characters and the versatility and long tradition of denim as a fashion material.

The year 2016 was the year of the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, this event became an inspiration for my project. Among other things, I also wanted to work with men’s fashion. It seems to me it is less restrictive than women’s fashion and also it is difficult to dress a man badly. The styling is very informal, and each of the models wears a denim fabric.

The most consuming of all was making the props: skull, mask, crown and wreath. Props have been preserved to this day, decorated with Swarovski crystals, they look very good on the white wall of my apartment.

 

Shakespearean characters fashion display
Shakespearean characters fashion display
Hamlet fashion display
Hamlet male fashion display
Merchant of Venice fashion display
The Merchant of Venice male fashion display
King Lear fashion display
King Lear fashion display
Hamlet and Merchant of Venice display
Hamlet and Merchant of Venice display
Contemporary Yorick skull
Contemporary Yorick skull
Merchant of Venice mask
The Merchant of Venice mask

TRADITION OF DENIM FABRIC

Through my research, I found out some interesting facts about denim fabric. It has a long tradition goes back to as far as seventeen century. There is a dispute where did it originate from Italy or France?

The colour of denim wasn’t blue at the start and the Italian sailors in the city of Genoa where making trousers out of it for work in the harbours. The material was strong and sturdy. The French pronounce the word Genoa – Gênes, it may be the origin of the word jeans.

In France, in the city of Nîmes the French were trying to reproduce the jean but instead, they created similar fabric later on known as denim. From Nîmes as the French say de Nîmes – denim.

 

Display inspiration, denim and past modern trend
Display inspiration, denim, and past modern trend

 

King Lear inspiration
King Lear and Hamlet inspiration 

ADDITIONAL PROPS

 

Theatrical information about the characters
Theatrical information about the characters

 

Shakespeare 400 poster
Information poster

 

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS WINDOWS, DUBLIN 2017

River Island Christmas Window, Dublin 2017

DUBLIN GRAFTON AND HENRY STREET CHRISTMAS WINDOWS 2017

BROWN THOMAS

Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street
Brown Thomas, Christmas windows 2017, Dublin, Grafton Street

 

KILKENNY

Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Kilkenny store, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

 

ZARA

Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Zara, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

RIVER ISLAND

River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
River Island, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

 

ARNOTTS

Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Arnotts windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017

MARKS&SPENCER

M&S windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
M&S windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
M&S windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
M&S windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
M&S windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
M&S windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017

 

DEBENHAM

Debenham windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Debenham windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Debenham windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Debenham windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Debenham windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017
Debenham windows, Christmas, Dublin 2017

 

DUNNES STORES

Dunnes Stores, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Christmas windows, Dublin 2017

 


 

 

 

 

AUTUMN WINDOW DISPLAYS, DUBLIN 2017

Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin

FASHION WINDOWS

BROWN THOMAS

Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin
Brown Thomas windows, Dublin 2017
Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin
Brown Thomas windows, Dublin 2017
Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin
Brown Thomas windows, Dublin 2017
Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin
Brown Thomas windows, Dublin 2017
Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin
Brown Thomas windows, Dublin 2017
Brown-Thomas-windows-Dublin
Hermes, Brown Thomas windows, Dublin 2017

 

TOP SHOP

Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017
Top Shop window display, Dublin 2017

 

MASSIMO DUTTI

Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017
Massimo Dutti window display, Dublin 2017

 

DUNNES STORES

Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017
Dunnes Stores, Autumn window display, Dublin 2017

 

BUTLERS CHOCOLATE

Bewleys window display, Dublin
Butlers Chocolate window display, Dublin
Bewleys window display, Dublin
Butlers Chocolate window display, Dublin
Bewleys window display, Dublin
Butlers Chocolate window display, Dublin

 

OTHERS

Autumn shoes display, Dublin 2017
Autumn shoes display, Dublin 2017
Autumn shoes display, Dublin 2017
Autumn shoes display, Dublin 2017
Music store, Dublin 2017
Music store, Dublin 2017
Autumn donuts, Dublin window display
Autumn donuts, Dublin window display
Autumn donuts, Dublin window display
Autumn donuts, Dublin window display
Autumn donuts, Dublin window display
Autumn donuts, Dublin window display
Alcohol store, Dublin 2017
Alcohol store, Dublin 2017
Alcohol store, Dublin 2017
Alcohol store, Dublin 2017
Menswear shirt window display, Dublin 2017
Menswear shirt – window display, Dublin 2017
Menswear shirt window display, Dublin 2017
Menswear shirt – window display, Dublin 2017

 

 

 

HAMLET WINDOW DISPLAY INSPIRATION

Hamlet window display

SHAKESPEARE 400

The 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death is the inspiration for this display. I have chosen Hamlet as the character for my window display proposal.

Denim was once again the trending fabric of Spring/Summer 2016 and as a sustainable 100%, a cotton material has a long history and tradition which dates back to the 17th century. In styling the denim products, I wanted to design a display for male customers creating a contemporary look mixed with the presence of Shakespeare’s character and the versatility and long tradition of denim (black jeans) as a fashion material.

Hamlet window display
Hamlet with Yorick’s skull

INSPIRATION

Shakespeare’s Hamlet

The display shows the character on a stylised stage, and we, the audience, watch the ‘dramatic’ moment when Hamlet contemplates death and suicide in his conversation with the excavated skull of Yorick. The style of the scene is contemporary, set in a monochromatic environment of the theatre stage, creating a Gothic and mysterious feel.

David Tennant as Hamlet in The Novello Theatre
Hamlet window display
Hamlet on the stage contemplating his own existence
Hamlet window display
Hamlet dark and mysterious
czaszka Jorika w sztuce 'Hamlet' W.Szekspira
The skull was made of balsa wood and sprayed with silver spray then decorated with some Swarovski crystals

THE MAKING OF

Initially, I had a different idea for the window but some of the props were rejected during the process. The SketchUp software helped me to visualise the design in the Gallery Space.

Hamlet window display
Hamlet window display,  initial concept
Hamlet window display
Display in The Gallery Space

 

 

 

 

 

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