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Kirstine Roepstorff

There is a simplicity and direction in Kirstine Roepstroff‘s work I admire. Her use of different materials, such as photocopies, fabric and cuttings produce a range of textures and effects in her work that fit perfectly together, even it feels like they shouldn’t. Her most recent work, Structures can be viewed at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery in London until 12th of January, 2013.

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I had a blast checking out the new art work by students from the Camberwell College of Arts. It’s so exciting seeing the graphic design, illustrations, photography, painting, sculpture 3D designs AND ceramics of graduates. From that list you can tell there was a lot of art!

I stayed pretty much in the Graphic Design area because I was there to support a friend, Michael Makonnen but I did wander to soak in what I could. Below is some of the work I wish I could touch, but alas there are rules. You can have a look at more art work from the show here. Some of this bunch may very well be familiar names in the near future.

Better yet, go to the show yourself! It’s open to the public until tomorrow!