Created by Vanilla Ink
Elizabeth Armour has taken an experimental approach to her degree show exploring her love for natural and fungi forms and playing with super sophisticated software she has created a serendipitous degree show collection.
The outcome are fun and quirky wearable and admirable pieces.
"Synthetic, man-made materials are manipulated to produce organic, tactile objects and imaginative over-sized jewellery.
"As a maker I believe it is important to understand the possiblities of the material you are working with. The focus of my work is on the process; designing through making, experimenting with a wide range of materials from acrylic and flock, to using a 3D modelling software; creating nylon computer aided design (CAD) models. The responses to the properties of these have been experimental, producing unusual and playful pieces. "
Lizzie has just been awarded funding from the F&A Bradshaw award which will allow her to buy a new computer fully loaded with CAD software and Cloud 9. This will enable Lizzie to continue her experimentations and creating her beautifully unusual jewellery.
Elizabeth will be showing her work at New Designers this year at the Business Design Centre from the 27th-30th of June.
Check out her website here.