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Exposure 2013 campaign concept by Massey honours students Kate Whitley, Rhianna Field, Ashley Pickett and Caitlin Gray in collaboration with Open Lab. Exposure 2013 publication design by Foundry Creative. Cover photo: Katherine Joyce-Kellaway


EXPOSURE 2013

A COLLECTION OF GRADUATING STUDENTS’ WORK


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INTRODUCTION 08 The Facts

11 PRO VICE-CHANCELLOR

12 COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS STAFF

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SCHOOL OF ART 26 Photography 44 Fine Arts

AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN 252 Industrial Design 260 Integrated Design 262 Transport Design 264 VCD Graphic Design

HALL OF FAME

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SCHOOL OF DESIGN 60 Industrial Design 92 Fashion Design 154 Textile Design 172 Spatial Design 182 VCD Graphic Design 218 VCD Advertising 228 VCD Digital Media 242 VCD Illustration

POSTGRADUATE STUDIES 286 MDes 296 PG Dip Fine Art and Design

INDEX OF STUDENTS

M MASSEY SCHOLAR 2013 The Massey Scholarship is awarded by the University to the top 5% of students completing an undergraduate degree, with the aim of encouraging graduates to undertake postgraduate study.

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MASSEY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS TOI RAUWHARANGI ¯ o Ma¯rama’ – From Novice To Expert ‘Ma¯i Te Po¯, Ki Te A

Massey’s College of Creative Arts is based in Wellington, New Zealand’s creative capital. Many of our most illustrious artists and designers began their careers here, and our alumni can be found working at the peak of their professions around the world. The College houses New Zealand’s oldest, largest and internationally ranked School of Design – Nga- Pae Ma-hutonga (est. 1886) and School of Art – Whiti o Rehua. It provides world class teaching, learning and research in a wide range of creative disciplines from photography to product design. An exciting addition for the College this year is the new School of Music and Creative Media Production. The School is currently developing degrees in commercial music and creative media production for delivery in 2015, so watch this space! If you would like to know more about our programmes, and new developments please visit our website: creative.massey.ac.nz This book celebrates the work of our graduates of 2013: it offers inspiration for anyone interested in pursuing their dreams while creating products, experiences and imagery that will be valued around the world. We engage the best students, enable independence and encourage critical thinking. Creativity has no limits here.

Applications to study at CoCA are welcome from 1 July: undergraduate selected entry programmes close 1 October, open entry programmes close 5 December. Please contact us on 0800 MASSEY or contact@massey.ac.nz for more details.

Aerial photo by Jeff McEwan, Capture Studios

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THE FACTS

128 YEARS OF LEADING ART AND DESIGN EDUCATION

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IN ASIA PACIFIC BY INTERNATIONAL RED DOT AWARDS

WINNER OF TOP LUMINARY AWARD IN 2013, WITH NINE OTHER STUDENT FINALISTS

THE MOST TOP RANKED DESIGN RESEARCHERS OF ANY TERTIARY INSTITUTE IN THE COUNTRY.

65% OF DESIGN GRADUATES ARE IN FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT 6 MONTHS AFTER GRADUATING

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STUDENT FINALISTS OVER 11 YEARS IN THE DINZ BEST AWARDS

25% OF THESE EARN MORE THAN $41K


WINNERS OF DYSON AND ELECTROLUX AWARDS IN 2012, AND WESTPAC YOUNG FASHION DESIGNER 2012 AND 2013

THE COLLEGE CONTRIBUTES

$237.5 MILLION

LOCATED IN THE HEART OF NEW ZEALAND’S VERY LIVELY, CREATIVE, COMPACT, COFFEE CENTRIC, CULTURAL, COOL LITTLE CAPITAL CITY

TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY AND CREATES 416 FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT JOBS (SCHUMACHER & ESPIE REPORT 2013)

STATE OF THE ART 14 ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN AWARDS FOR TE ARA HIHIKO TEACHING FACILITY

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TOP FOR DESIGN AND VISUAL ARTS IN NEW ZEALAND (2012 PBRF)

THE ONLY UNIVERSITY OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA TO BE INTERNATIONALLY BENCHMARKED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF ART AND DESIGN

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PROFESSOR CLAIRE ROBINSON Pro Vice-Chancellor College of Creative Arts - Toi Rauwharangi

It is my great pleasure to introduce you to the annual publication of Massey University’s College of Creative Arts, showcasing the work of our fine arts and design degree graduates. They join a phenomenal group of graduates from a College which is celebrating its 128th year in 2014. In our Hall of Fame are eminent New Zealanders past and present, such as fashion designers Kate Sylvester and Collette Dinnigan, artists Len Lye and Gordon Walters, designers Danny Coster of Apple and Matt Holmes of Nike, and Weta Workshop’s Sir Richard Taylor. One day one or more of the graduates of 2013 may be amongst this group.

and when new thinking carries an economic value. Our art and design students are particularly well equipped to navigate their (and our) futures in this environment. They are also more than capable of challenging and critiquing it as well. I wish our graduating students of 2013 all the very best as they take their creativity to the world. Arohanui Professor Claire Robinson

It has never been more important to celebrate and recognize the achievements and contribution of creative arts graduates. We are living in a time of history in which rapid change is the norm, when technology is altering life as we know it,

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STAFF 2013

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COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS Wellington, New Zealand


OUR STAFF INCLUDE:

Karen Adams

David Cook

Eugene Hansen

Charmaine Kasselman

Rodney Adank

Deb Cumming

Teresa Hartley

Klaus Kremer

Jen Archer

Karen Curley

Ken Hawe

Andre Ktori

Catherine Bagnall

Hannah Clement

Sadie Hawker

Bronwyn Labrum

Kingsley Baird

Gerrie De la Beer

Sandra Heffernan

Mary Laine

Wayne Barrar

Angus Donaldson

Ross Hemera

Tim Larkin

Chris Bennewith

Tina Downes

Michael Heynes

Maddie Leach

Oliver Blair

Fiona Elwood

Craig Hobern

Hemi Macgregor

Mark Bradford

Emma Febvre-Richards

Gray Hodgkinson

Tanya Marriott

Anna Brown

Julie Fitzgerald

Bronwyn Holloway-Smith

Fay McAlpine

Caroline Campbell

Stuart Foster

Keir Husson

Sue McLaren

Morris Campbell

Emma Fox Derwin

Mary-Ellen Imlach

Natalie McLeod

Lynne Ciochetto

Heather Galbraith

Lee Jensen

Marion McMillan

Matt Clapham

Bryce Galloway

Karl Kane

Caroline McQuarrie

John Clemens

Lyn Garrett

Ilka Kapica

Holly McQuillan

Robyn Conner

Jenny Gillam

Nick Kapica

Peter Miles

Moana Minson

Annette O’Sullivan

Maureen Revell

Patricia Thomas

Helen Mitchell

Tony Parker

Euan Robertson

Jeannette Troon

Jason Mitchell

Roy Parkhurst

Claire Robinson

Tim Turnidge

Marcus Moore

Tim Parkin

Ann Shelton

Heike Ulrich

Sally Morgan

Sarah-Jane Parton

Matthijs Siljee

Karin Van Roosmalen

Georgiana Morison

Durgesh Patel

Rebecca Sinclair

Shaun Waugh

Simon Morris

Martin Patrick

Amy Sio-Atoa

Nina Weaver

Tulia Moss

Jessica Payne

Hugh Slaven

Janet Webster

Lisa Munnelly

Anthony Pelosi

Erna Stachl

Lee Whiterod

Lilian Mutsaers

Sue Prescott

Rebecca Steedman

Jennifer Whitty

Jacqui Naismith

Donald Preston

Carol Stevenson

Dick Whyte

Wendy Neale

Julieanna Preston

Joyce Tam

Jane Wilcox

Antony Nevin

Kura Puke

Shannon Te Ao

Johnson Witehira

Anne Noble

Richard Reddaway

Uli Thie

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CLASS OF 2013 PHOTOGRAPHED FEB 19, 2010

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OPEN LAB


ANNA BROWN Director – Open Lab Senior Lecturer Nga- Pae Ma-hutonga – The School of Design

We are pleased to share with you some of the successes of our graduating students and showcase their work with Open Lab in 2013. Open Lab is an enterprise design studio within the College of Creative Arts where experienced design professionals, academics and student designers collaborate to solve organisational and business problems. In June of 2014 Open Lab will celebrate its third birthday. We have grown from a pilot ‘design camp’ hastily assembled in a makeshift office during semester break, to a full-time operation with core staff operating in a world class facility with a growing reputation for innovative solutions. In the past year we have: completed over 120 projects of various size, scope and makeup; employed over 90 students and recent graduates to help us deliver design projects; built relationships with institutions and people in the industrial, public, cultural and social sectors. As a studio Open Lab’s vision is three-fold: Collaborative: to bring students, graduates, academic staff and clients together to work on both traditional and unconventional design projects. Transformative: to highlight the capabilities of design thinking to develop or transform organisations and businesses.

Experiential: to give a real world learning experience to students and to provide a bridging mechanism for graduates to enter the workforce with improved skills in all areas of design. Our aspiration is to be the vanguard of the design-led revolution. This means valuing design and the contribution it can make to society; being curious, building a strong design culture and being open to new ideas and uncertainty; ensuring designers have input in strategic planning, breaking down departmental boundaries and bringing together people with wildly different skill-sets and perspectives; talking to people, the users, when creating for and with them; allowing mistakes to be made in safe environments, encouraging prototyping and an evolving process of discovery. The following pages show a small selection of the achievements of the graduating students of 2013 who worked on Open Lab projects in parallel to their degrees. www.openlab.ac.nz

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LAWA: LAND AIR WATER AOTEAROA

THE WELLINGTON JAZZ FESTIVAL

The Open Lab team worked to re-name, strategise, design and deliver a user-centred web tool alongside the partner organisations (all Local Government bodies in New Zealand, the Cawthron Institute, Ministry for the Environment and the Tindall Foundation) in this ground breaking project. One of LAWA’s key objectives — to interpret and visualise complex scientific data — was enabled through a design-led process.

The Wellington Jazz Festival is a weekend-long biennial event attracting some of the world’s greatest Jazz performers to the capital. The festival identity needed a new energy and spontaneity to better reflect the artistic, bohemian and free-spirited Cuba Quarter where the event is held. Looking to old Blue Note record covers of the past, the bespoke hand-rendered system lets the identity sit somewhere between gig/club flyer and polished arts festival aesthetic.

www.lawa.org.nz Designers: Senior Designer at Open Lab, Jo Bailey (Masters Graduate 2013) and Ros Wells (2013 graduate)

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Designer: Kieran Stowers (Masters Graduate 2013)


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EXPOSURE A group of honours students worked in collaboration with Open Lab on the delivery of the wayshowing design and audience engagement for the 2013 Exposure graduate exhibition. This student-led project deepened the involvement of their cohort with the event and made connections with local businesses. Despite a challenging brief and tight timeframes the enthusiasm of the students carried the project to a successful completion. Designers: Jacob Marshall, Caitlin Gray, Ashley Pickett, Rhianna Field (all 2013 graduates) and Kate Whitley (2012 graduate)

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ST KILDA SAINTS ANZAC DAY GUERNSEY

POP EVENT

Open Lab was engaged to design a bespoke Anzac Day guernsey to be worn by the Saints players in the second annual AFL match played at Westpac Stadium on the 25 April 2014. The contemporary Ma-ori design emphasises the links between New Zealand and Australia through the Anzac journey and involved exploring symbolic meaning from a number of relevant Ma-ori myths.

POP, a student-led project in collaboration with Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, brought together a team of eight students from the School of Design and the New Zealand School of Music. The students worked alongside Te Papa’s Audience Engagement team to design and implement an experiential evening event to engage 18–30 year olds in the Warhol: Immortal exhibition of 2013.

Designers: Kahurangi Douglas (2013 graduate) and Jason Sheardown (current student)

Designers: Celeste Holmes and Tess Landon-Lane (2013 graduates), Amelia Meadowcroft, Steph Jowett and Abbie Phillips (current students) Musicians: James Paul, Cory Champion (2013 graduates)

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SCHOOL OF ART


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR HEATHER GALBRAITH Head of School Whiti o Rehua – The School of Art

It is with great pride that we share this sampling of our fine art and photography graduates’ work with you. The culmination of University study is a momentous event, and as thinking shifts towards the future, new aspirations and goals come into focus. Our fine arts and photography graduates are inventive, creative, dedicated, resilient thinkers and makers. They want to change the world through their work – whether through establishing themselves as practicing artists, starting their own businesses, or working with others in connected industries; museums and galleries, education, film and television, libraries and archives, to name a few. Art is fundamental to the way we see, experience and understand the world. The prominence of art and photography in our everyday lives is becoming more evident and in Aotearoa New Zealand there is a strong undercurrent of creative practice. As a community we can be even more active and visible in supporting and celebrating of our artists. The richness of our culture relies on the fostering of artists, curators, writers, designers, producers and critics to do great work and to share it within the country

and on the international stage. At the College of Creative Arts we encourage creative ambition, criticality, independence of thought and action, mixed in with a healthy strand of pragmatism. We want all our graduates to succeed in their chosen field and, along with their whanau and friends, we are immensely proud to celebrate their achievements. Whiti o Rehua – The School of Art offers exciting opportunities for discipline-specific and interdisciplinary work, across fields of making, critical analysis and response. Pathways include contemporary art (across all media and processes), photography, art and design histories, matauranga Ma-ori, visual culture, material culture, exhibition making and critical writing. In 2015 we will be further enriched by a closer working relationship with Toioho ki Apiti Ma-ori Visual Arts programme based on Massey University’s Palmerston North campus.

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PHOTOGRAPHY

01 DILLON ANDERSON THE NIGHT WATCHMAN For most people the natural world holds a sense of mystery, far removed from the mechanical certainty we surround ourselves in. My images use this mystery to inspire fascination and a connection with living things; this is necessary if we are to regard and include them in the future our kind now controls. Images in this photographic series carry an environmental attitude as they reveal surprising animal occupants in and around Wellington City, all under the cover of darkness. dillon.raa@gmail.com Motueka High School

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NOTHING I & NOTHING IV The research and practical approaches that I have become exposed to in the course of this degree have lead me to question the nature of space and absence in photographic work. This inspired me to create a photographic series that represents the concept of nothing. This body of work comes out of a desire to possess an understanding of how one executes and portrays nothing through photography.

TUAKIRI The series of Ta Moko portraits create a Ma-ori cultural identity with permanent markings on the body. This is a form of communication to express one’s Whakapapa.

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THE DRAG QUEEN DREAMS The image allows the viewer to experience the performative element of drag queen culture. This work is designed to show the viewer the eclectic atmosphere of a drag queen show.

THE WHITCOMBE PASS A Photographic Survey 150 years after Whitcombe and Lauper’s fatal expedition.

nikitabrownphotography@gmail.com www.nikitabrownphotography.com facebook.com/NikitaBrownPhotographer 027 347 6305

edward_cary@live.com www.edcaryphotography.com 027 304 8210 Christchurch Boys’ High School

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06 ALISSA CORBETT FACTORY This publication explores whether the relationship between identity and consumerism is constructive or destructive; and if consumption is a final step towards personal freedom, or another step towards the loss of self. alissa@alissacorbett.com www.alissacorbett.com 027 220 8186 Rotorua Lakes High School

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07 MEGAN DIEUDONNE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME Drawing to extend the photograph. megan.dieudonne@gmail.com www.megandieudonne.com Feilding Agricultural High School

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08 ROSIE FINN CONSECRATE (SECULAR) – TO BE RESPECTED OR REVERED My work explores how the treatment and context of an advertorial or editorial fashion image can affect the time and consideration that an audience is willing to give it. This series is a conflicting critique on the modern world of fashion photography, art and advertising. rosie.finn@gmail.com www.rosiefinn.com Nelson College for Girls

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09 ANNA HARDING SHOW ME THAT PEACEFUL PLACE My work explores music, dance and self-expression. It’s about losing yourself to the music and dancing like nobody’s watching. www.annamarieharding.com

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10 PATRICK HICKLEY FRAGMENTS OF NOTHING + NESS My work is an exploration between light and space. It utilises and expands on photography at it’s core function; a capturer of light. It goes beyond simply capturing the presence light holds but explores a relationship between space and how we visually perceive space. Patrick.hickley@gmail.com John McGlashan College

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WILDNESS IN THE GARDEN OF EMPIRE This work embraces complex native ecosystems in non-specific geographical sites. Our knowledge, relationship and actions of the past and present are questioned, creating a space for intimacy and contemplation rather than power or commerce.

IMPRESSIONS OF MY UNFINISHED LIFE My work captures the essence of photographic histories as a tangible object. By explicitly showing the process of viewing negatives the work articulates the relationship between objects and memories.

lunaria@paradise.net.nz www.shaunmatthews.com 021 155 1305

Jamie_obrien@live.com Jamieobrienphotography.tumblr.com 027 359 6630 Trident High School

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13 GRACE SAUNDERS WANT TO WEAR – PREFORMING INDIVIDUALITY IN THE PUBLIC ARENA My work comprises a series of videos that focus on the issues surrounding dress codes and our need to conform to fit into society. grace-saunders@hotmail.com www.gracesaunders.com facebook.com/GraceSaundersPhotography 04 976 6535 Hutt Valley High School 41


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REINVENTING A SCULPTURAL LANDSCAPE This work examines the way New Zealand landscapes are being increasingly shaped and manipulated through human influence. As tourism pushes to be the country’s top economic income generator, a need to compensate for the volume of incoming tourists has been applied to the land. The structured nature of the images developed by adhering photographs onto physically manipulated sheet metal shows a direct relationship to the treatment we give the land.

THE SEVEN SINS Throughout the series I navigate between the real and constructed. The Seven Sins drive a narrative, creating a flow between each photograph. Every photo is inspired by a sin personal to the individual pictured.

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01 PAULINE AUTET CAMERA OBSCURA VIEWING APPARATUS Light, vellum paper, wood, tape and fabric. looking.through.art@gmail.com www.looking-through.weebly.com

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IT’S JUST, I DON’T THINK I BELONG HERE Graphite pencil, gouache, on paper/magnet/steel.

TOMB OF HAFEZ Through painting old family photographs, I have let myself experience my Iranian family's past. This painting in particular highlights how Iran looks to the past to define itself under harsh government repression.

courtneyadams.art@gmail.com Wainuiomata High School

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I KNOW THAT YOU MAY FEEL LIKE PEOPLE HAVE LET YOU DOWN, THIS WORLD IS HARD TO CONQUER AND HARDER TO FIGURE OUT This work is a journey of understanding life.

MARK ROTHKO CONTEMPLATING A ROTHKO A note to the future: “Here's a painting I remember doing years back at uni. At the time it was good sport and current fashion to take your favourite abstract classics and spoil them with a figure smack-dab in the middle. We all churned them out together in the dozens. This is another otherwise innocuously beautiful image thwarted with self-reflexive meditation and spatial rendering. To make matters worse the figure is of the legend himself stewing in his own legacy. He would have hated it."

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05 CLARE EDGAR THE PENULTIMATE SOLILOQUY OF DOCTOR EVIL Video still.

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WELCOME HOME (II)

WATASHI NO YAGIRI: SUBURBAN GLORY Image of an installation including: papercuts, digital projection and sound mix.

UNTITLED Contemporary notions of beauty collide with uncanny deformities in an odd and seductive personal engagement. Aspects of pop meet feminism.

getty.rosalind@gmail.com St Andrews College

jessica.l.hubbard@gmail.com

shannonbrookej@gmail.com Tawa College

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10 RIAH KING-WALL WINIFRED GOLDRING I scrutinize the history of women in scientific fields, using portrait painting and symbolic depiction of insects as an allegory for human social behaviours and the implications of codependent connections between art and science. riahkingwall@gmail.com Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu – the Correspondence School

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ANEBRIATE Every picture has a story. Every photographer is a visual storyteller. It is through these stories that people are inspired. Inspiration sparks imagination. Imagination sparks creation. Creation leaves a legacy that inspires the same creative cycle to repeat itself. Without this cycle, we are not living, we are merely surviving. In today’s technological world, the organic essence of life experience seems to be vanishing virtually before our eyes. Life is not meant to be experienced vicariously. My hope is that by sharing my images, they will inspire actual adventure, awareness, and seasoned empathy. Scotty_pippen123@hotmail.com Hutt International Boys’ School

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DOWN POUR BLUE (watercolour on paper) My practice explores the mediums of paint and paper. The conceptual basis for Down Pour Blue acknowledges the history of watercolour painting and abstraction, and the relationship painting has with the body and space.

ADRIFT IN THE BLUE LAGOON A short story and drawings inspired by a drive from Wellington to Palmerston North. Its characters were designed by transplanting New Zealand and its people into an animal themed fable universe.

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SPLAT! My work contains sculptures painted with wax to look beautiful but disturbing. The sculptures are presented in an environment reminiscent of a film or theatre.

COMPOSITION My work explores the concept of control, order and balance through systematic and geometric abstract patterns, grids, forms and colour arrangements, expressed using the medium of drawing and painting.

BALANCING ACT (TV, ladder, straps & DVD) A sense of quiet melancholia and hopeless romanticism folds into my films. If there is humour, it is most likely self-deprecating; an aspect of loneliness or the looming fear of failure. I see my performances as vulnerable gestures, mostly ‘embarrassing’ and unlikely culprits for ‘performance art’, attached to some test of endurance or metaphorical power. Perhaps this is a different type of endurance, a test of failure, or the fear of possible embarrassment. Underneath the slapstick exterior lays a deeper interior, an artist struggling with aspects of his own existence.

crosseyedmorgan@hotmail.co.nz facebook.com/morgan.ryan.art Wainuiomata High School

yonyisohn@gmail.com University of Missouri-Columbia, USA, Korea University, South Korea

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RODNEY ADANK Head of School Nga- Pae Ma-hutonga – The School of Design

It is with great joy that we share a sampling of our fabulous graduates from the School of Design 2013 graduating year. The work catalogued demonstrates the quality and contribution that a creative education provides. It showcases new concepts, approaches and untrammelled visions of a better, more sympathetic world. Breaking new ground is the consequence of outstanding practice-based design research. This approach expands our understanding allowing us to envision a range of different nuanced experiences and consequently develop value propositions to drive innovation. These graduates of New Zealand’s leading design school have majored in areas of visual communication, fashion, industrial, textiles and spatial design. Their individual talents extend across and often beyond traditional boundaries with specialisations in materials development, technology, computer aided design, rapid prototyping, new manufacturing approaches, animation, special effects, service design, digital media, advertising, typography, web, experience design, way finding, illustration, virtual space, performance and events design, apparel construction, social media, furniture, furnishings, footwear, interior architecture, public space, gaming, print, pattern development, drape and brand experience – to name but a sample.

The strong tradition of success our graduates achieve regularly across international and national design contests, including the Dyson Awards, the DINZ Best Awards, Red Dot Awards, ISTD International Typographic Awards, iD Dunedin Fashion Awards, Core 77 Design Awards, World of Wearable Arts and the Westpac Young Fashion Designer competition, reaffirms the quality of their design education. These talented graduates proclaim their commitment to defining the experience of our future world and our very best wishes accompany them as they embark on the next stage of their career development. Whether it is in industry, a design studio, or an entrepreneurial start-up, their creative talents, resilience and ambition will triumph.

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

01 ALEX STOSS LIGHTING A light fitting constructed from spun aluminium and hand-blown glass. Using a pulley system, the shade can be lowered or raised to control the manner in which the light is dispersed within a space. alex.stoss@hotmail.com

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02 SOOMIN BAE HERBRID An automatic herb grower that relies on the discharged water and heat energy from refrigerators to maintain the life of the plants. shakespiller@hotmail.com www.shakespiller.wix.com/susama Rangitoto College

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03 LUCINDA BEAMISH LIGHT WEIGHT FLOOR LAMP This project explored the perceptions of weight and materiality in archetypical lighting forms, studying humour and surprise experiences as being beneficial to product design. lucindabeamish@gmail.com @lucindabeamish Woodford House

04 DEVON BRIGGS NGA-TI MANIAPOTO BRIGLOO An easily assembled tent / gazebo to make the camping / festival experience more comfortable. The geometric form naturally absorbes all impact, making the Brigloo stronger than current tents / gazebos. devon@creditcardcutlery.com www.creditcardcutlery.com dbbdesign.tumblr.com/ 027 861 6236 Taradale High School

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05 CHARLES VAUGHAN WINGREST This product consists of three interconnected arms that are fitted at the side of the chair. When WingRest is engaged, passengers enjoy increased privacy, enhancing their perception of personal space and their overall travel experience. When combined with the pillow, WingRest provides for a more comfortable sleeping experience.

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06 JOHN CHEN M MAINTAIN – CYCLICAL FOOTWEAR This footwear construction system responds to waste issues by utilising landfill bound materials and eliminating the use of adhesives, and allows localised manufacturing to prosper. john@simpleton.co.nz www.johnchendesign.com Hillcrest High School

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EXTENT This project investigated alternative systems and material solutions to traditional camping methods used at music festivals, aimed at extending the life of the product.

REGRESS A furniture series constructed solely from dumpster-dived materials, with value and an aesthetic created through the praxis of industrial design.

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09 BEN DE LA ROCHE, JACK TAYLOR & EUAN GRAY THE SPACE TRASH MEN A collaboration project between industrial designers and film students, resulting in a short Science Fiction film. This included designing and constructing the set, miniature, props and costume. jbefilm@gmail.com Ben de la Roche www.bendelaroche.com

10 BEVAN FRASER PROP DESIGN FOR FILM – POWERED ARMOUR The focus of this project was on designing the powered armour from the seminal 1959 science fiction novel Starship Troopers. bevanfraser@gmail.com 027 740 5307

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PH+ BODY BALANCE A system designed to guide people through the process of balancing the ph levels in the body. It consists of measuring and calibrating devices and a smartphone app.

SURF CANOE This design project explored issues that affected existing surf canoes. Focus areas were surfing abilities, user experience and the ergonomics and biomechanics of the seating position.

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SLED - A SEARCHING PROPULSION VEHICLE The sled is an underwater searching vehicle that allows military services to search large areas of sea bed rapidly. The vehicle is powered by three removable diver propulsion vehicle units.

ORBIT An environmental light for the domestic workspace which periodically dims on and off for the duration of the workday to assist the user with maintaining routines. Bheappey@gmail.com

joshuahalldesign@gmail.com www.joshuahalldesign.com instagram @joshuahalldesign Westlake Boys’ High School

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16 JUSTIN HUGHES THE PEDAL PORTER A bicycle trailer that doubles as a shopping trolley, designed to integrate into a bike sharing system that encourages cycling in urban areas. j.r.hughes.12@gmail.com Burnside High School

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17 OLIVIA JELLIE YOLKE Relaxation has many positive effects on our health. Yolke helps to motivate and encourage people to engage in relaxation. It also stimulates muscular and sensory relaxation, creating an aided meditation. oliviajellie@gmail.com St Peters College, Cambridge

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SWAG BAG - URBAN TRAVEL BACKPACK Swag Bag is designed for first time travellers making it easier for them to pack, keep their valuables safe and feel part of the urban landscape they are travelling in.

ORIGINS My project uses specific site mechanics to create an engaging public furniture collection for Wellington’s Opera House Lane.

BUOYANCY AID This is a prototype design for a buoyancy aid for use in white-water kayaking. Areas developed were; fitting system, storage areas and a body harness system.

a.h.c.kenn@gmail.com 021 0291 9185

benmccarthy@clear.net.nz benjmcc.tumblr.com @benjmcc

finnbarmccloy@gmail.com Marlborough Boys' College

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CREATING SUSTAINABILITY An educational system that helps strengthen the endeavours of Enviroschools. It provides a platform where children can learn about sustainability and make positive contributions to their community.

COMPOSE A system of customisable furniture that encourages users to be creative and develop a more personal connection with their final product.

VESSEL This project enhances the user experience through the design of coffee vessels for the hospitality industry. It explores the combination of porcelain and glassware. Interaction is encouraged through the percussive table and vessel form.

claredoconnor@gmail.com

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simone.natasha.reynolds@gmail.com Timaru Girls’ High School

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STRAPPING ROUTER S3 Targeting the inefficiencies surrounding the task of strapping down timber framing, the Strapping Router S3 is a new power tool for residential builders.

TRAVERSE Intended for trampers and hunters, Traverse is a handle design for use with individual trekking or 2m fording poles to help cross rivers and side streams.

SURVIVAL VEST A survival vest for air crewmen of helicopters like the Westpac Life Flight Rescue Helicopter, designed to help save lives.

hamish.patrick@hotmail.com hamishpatrickdesign.wix.com/ hamishpatrickdesign +64 27 819 2801

james@skeg.gs www.jamesskeggs.com

Newlands College

Blair_stephen@rocketmail.com

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STOOL257 Made solely from heat-formed plastic grocery bags, Stool257 is designed to raise the awareness of tourists to waste issues in Bali, whilst generating income for the local people.

THE RESEMBLE PROJECT THE JASPER STOOL | SERIES ONE An exploration that challenges ingrained expectations of concrete. The Jasper Stool aims to make concrete look like plastic, to elicit surprise and create a memorable user—object relationship.

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31 LLYR WILLIAMS IN COLLABORATION WITH KATIE MCFARLAND (TEXTILE DESIGN) ASSEMBLE Innovative uses of materials and processes as a result of collaboration between two different design disciplines.

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32 GEOFF WRIGHT KONDURA SANCTUARY XT An all terrain footwear solution for women with rheumatoid arthritis. Kondura offers women a secure, original and feminine footwear design that caters to the difficulties brought on by this systemic condition. geoff@simpleton.co.nz www.simpleton.co.nz/ 027 632 1900 St Thomas of Canterbury College

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CLOSER Frida Kahlo has been a muse for my project and final year collection. Using New Zealand based textiles (possum fur and deer nappa leather), I explored ways to replicate the natural intricacies of muscle and tissue fibres in the human body. Each garment is unique, intricate and reveals a certain beauty beneath.

PLAY WITH YOURSELF The collection presents the coming together of two main themes; gender and play. It explores the fluidity of gender appearance and how we use ‘playing with our clothes’ as a representation of ‘playing with our gender’.

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BITCH I’M KAWAII Through my collection I explored the lovely delightful world of the super kawaii (cute) feminist. Kawaii fashion adorably claims our rightful space in a world that wants the feminine to be contained.

NAI VAKANANUMI This resort collection is inspired by my Fijian culture and the ‘Draudrau’ (Masi patterned design motifs). The simple, elegant, rhythmic print of the Draudrau is the main feature, with a colour palette inspired by Viti Levu (Fiji Main Island) fused with 2014 trend forecasts.

GOOD FORTUNE A ready to wear collection inspired by the femininity and beauty of the peony flower as well as the associated symbolism of peace, love and good fortune.

Kitsunearcher@gmail.com studiosqsquuee.tumblr.com/ Hagley Community College

s_bebenisala@hotmail.com 021 254 5350 Marist College

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06 MELINA BLACKMAN MINIMAL DISTORTION Inspired by minimalist and modernist architecture and fashion. Shape, asymmetry and texture are the collection's key components. Muted tones of cream, beige and white with pops of lime yellow collaborate to make a unique modern, understated and sophisticated look. Melina_blackman@hotmail.com Melinablackman.com New Plymouth Girls’ High School

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07 OLIVIA BRIASCO GOOD NIGHT, TRAVEL WELL An exploration of Socrates and Plato’s philosophy of ‘the ultimate freedom’. obriasco@live.com obriasco.wix.com/olivia-briasco 027 696 2449

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08 KASEY BUNN CAPRICIOUS My collection explores the contrast between the organic free shapes of the land, and the mechanical/uniform aspects of farming, using the laser-cutting process. Kasey.bunn91@windowslive.com kaseybunn91.wix.com/k-bunn027 443 6512 Sacred Heart Girls’ College, New Plymouth

09 CHLOE BUSH MOTION This collection relies on the feel of the clothing as well as the look. It is to be worn on the street, where the clothing is all about how the wearer feels. chloegracebush@gmail.com www.loche.org 027 388 8600 Havelock North high School

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AURA Aura is a form of energy that manifests in all living things. I explore where it starts and where it ends, from physical to mind, to outer body experience.

SILVER SCREEN My collection is inspired by 1930’s Hollywood glamour. I focused on film and what screen icons from this time period were wearing. From here I designed an eveningwear collection which embodies classic glamour.

BATTLES My collection highlights the contradictions within the sustainable fashion industry, translating my frustration about oblivious consumers buying whatever they are told is ‘sustainable’, into a commercial collection.

Meredith.collinson@gmail.com

tash.daly@gmail.com tashdaly.wix.com/mollybones

kaychris15@gmail.com kaychris.wix.com/portfolio facebook.com/kaylachristensen designer

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14 OLIVIA DAVIDSON COLOUR EUPHORIA This collection expresses a personal connection between colour and optimism, trial and triumph. An exploration of the meaning of colour and the attachment to emotion is central to this work. livvy.a.davidson@gmail.com Nayland College

15 CLARK GARDINER BOY WONDER BY CLARK DEAN My concept explores the idea of creating a youth gang within the collection called ‘Boy Wonder’, based on Batman’s teen side-kick Robin.

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THE LOVE LINE Love Hotel presents an exclusive range of delicate, nostalgic lingerie and leisure wear for luxurious women. Inspired by a post-feminist constructionist context, my collection questions contemporary media representation of feminine sexuality and makes a desirable collection celebrating womanhood.

A HUMAN CONDITION True nakedness isn’t the absence of clothing. It’s seeing what someone hides away, it’s seeing what they show everyone, and it’s seeing the raw mess in between.

MIKHAILS PLATOON This collection takes inspiration from Russian culture. It articulates traditional shapes and styles using a rich colour palette and intricate fabrics, evoking a tasteful Russian aesthetic.

contact@lovehotel.co.nz www.lovehotel.co.nz facebook.com/lovehotel.co.nz

ellen.gazdowicz@gmail.com ellengazdowicz.wix.com/ ahumancondition

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Wellington High School

Havelock North High School

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19 LUCILLA GRAY M HYPER-FLORALIS S/S 2014 My collection questions the relationship between reality and representation through the use of vibrant digital textile prints, transporting the viewer into a digital realm with a pastiche of the natural. Saturated colours and electric hues enhance botanical representations to create a simulated hyper-environment, consuming the wearer and the physical form. info@lucillagray.com www.lucillagray.com facebook.com/lucillagray Motueka High School

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20 ANNA HICKS METAMORPHOSTITCH: TRANSFORMING OLD INTO NEW & CRAFT INTO ART My collection uses craft as a reaction to the mass market and challenges stereotypical views of craft as a domestic hobby. My collection is made from second hand materials, and employs traditional and contemporary craft techniques. anna.hix@gmail.com www.annahicks.co.nz facebook.com/designsbyhix +64 27 6989 405 Wellington Girls’ College

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ABSENTMINDED This commercial collection expresses my strengths in lingerie, prints and construction but with a light-hearted feel inspired by the dandelion.

ON THE GRID A mini collection that embodies the sensory experiences of hypnagogia, the halfway point between sleep and wake. It references this sensory awareness through the forms of shape, print and the physical body to cloth.

J.V.T.H This year’s work has been a continuation of the conceptual process I have investigated throughout my degree, which focuses on menswear, its influences and what sort of future role it may play in the fashion industry.

Frances.jenkins@hotmail.co.uk 022 306 3939

Jack.hill28@gmail.com www.Jackvthill.com

Otumoetai College

St Andrews College

alexelizabeth@windowslive.com alexhardy.wix.com/resume 027 713 7023 Hutt Valley High School

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SOLE SHADOWS The nature of a garment is its outward expression, but its internal craft is what determines its form. Sole Shadows aims to break the boundaries of traditional pattern cutting, consequently spotlighting the overlooked craft of pattern making. Each garment in this collection is cut from a single pattern piece to reference the earliest methods of dressing i.e. wrapping a single cloth to clothe the body.

TOUGH LOVE My initial inspiration for this collection was love and war. I researched military clothing design to understand the purpose of the structure, colours and embellishments and began to consider how to merge these with the softer more feminine styles of women’s clothing.

jurankim13@gmail.com www.jurankim13.wix.com/jurankim

Queen Margaret College, Wellington

megan.kingdom@gmail.com megankingdom.co.nz

Macleans College

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27 SEAN KELLY SERIES TWO: SLEEP A menswear collection developed from the feeling of an island-like existence, focussed on tailored garments and knitwear. www.theseries.co Hawera High School

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SANCTUARY The idea behind Sanctuary is the process. I use my hands to create work in response to material I choose.

LANDON-LANE CUSTOM My collection utilises a mass customisation business model to cater to a customer base that desires a personalised suit at a commercial price point.

THE GREATEST GIFT This spring and summer 2014 childrenswear collection expresses that children are gifts and that we must treasure them. (For girls 8~12 years old)

tflandonlane@gmail.com facebook.com/landonlanecustom

se_uem_lee@yahoo.com.au www.seuemlee.wix.com/seuemlee

Marlborough Girls’ College

Marlborough Girls’ College

Carmen@kingston.co.nz www.carmenkingston.com

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31 ANN LI STORY OF A JOURNEY A versatile ready-to-wear collection influenced by my journey through the past four years portrayed through silhouette, construction and fabric development. Emphasis is placed on quilting development and cocoon silhouettes. www.annxli.com Otago Girls’ High School 118


32 NICOLE LINNELL IL SOLE NERO A haute couture collection based on nature, and the regenerative life cycles of coral. It demonstrates the intricate life forms growing up through the death of the coral gone before. nicole@nicolelinnell.com www.nicolelinnell.com 022 064 8830 Burnside High School

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COLOUR ME SOFTLY A fashion collection designed as a one-off exhibition event. An intricate story about life and death. For a brief moment everything will change, transforming its original form once more. Four dresses, four personalities all in a space of time linked together, carefully hand carved, intricately beaded, pale, white, lifeless ready and waiting for that much needed life injection.

OPTICAL My work explores how we are perceived by others, using the impact of an unexpected first impression and the feeling of being overwhelmed by the appearance of another person.

Isabel@isabellabarrera.com www.isabellabarrera.com

Paraparaumu College

Instituto Salesiano Fray Pedro De Gante, Mexico

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A PEARL BECOMES YOU... This collection is based on the concept of the beauty surrounding the oyster shell and the even more precious beauty it holds within, using layered ruffles and oyster colours.

MOONAGE DAYDREAM My collection is inspired by the 1960’s obsession with space travel. The garments reference the space-age look which is combined with modern elements to create a retro futuristic collection.

ashleighclloyd@gmail.com 027 8528 873

Hana_lyall@hotmail.com

INEVITABLE 2014 I have aimed to identify the negative connotations of a withered body, and find beauty in it after all. I have confronted the stereotypes of aging through textiles, to show the decline in physical appearance and challenge what fashion perceives as being stripped of beauty. I have taken the negative aspects around the final stages of life in terms of aging, and attempted to show that it can be beautiful, you just have to look a little closer.

Long Bay College

Wellington Girls’ College

abbymattock.com Tauranga Girls’ College

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38 KIMBERLEY MCCARTHY SYMPHONIC My collection embodies ideas of synaesthesia in music; through movement, colour, pattern and texture. Photographer: Robbie Hunter robbiehunterphotography.com Model: Maggie Laing kmccarthy@hotmail.co.nz kimberleymccarthy.com Sacred Heart Girls’ College, Hamilton

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40 NATALIE MCDONALD OBLIQUE This Autumn/Winter collection is influenced by modern minimalist architecture. It focuses on a structured outerwear silhouette and strong angular panel lines that reflect this clean aesthetic. nataliebeth12@gmail.com Dunstan High School 40 41

41 HELEN MCMURTRY SQUARE ONE This collection seeks to contextualise the links that can be made between fashion, fine art and a modernist ideology. The work has a clear relationship with the body but this does not define it. As a fashion designer, I have created garments which envelop, wrap and perch on the body, yet they can also be opened out and laid flat on the floor as art pieces. The parameters within the pieces stay the same, but the parameters external to the pieces shift and change giving the work a new context. helen.mcmurtry@gmail.com facebook.com/helen.mcmurtry helenmcmurtry.wix.com/h-e-mUpper Hutt College

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42 MAX MOLLISON YOU WOULDN’T GET IT Being very cool is super cool and this is for cool people only duh. So I’ve saved you the ‘how to be cool’ Google search and downloaded the information here for you in ready-to-wear form. facebook.com/bullyclothing Instagram @bullyclothing Kavanagh College

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43 ZARA PARMENTER NGA-PUHI DAUGHTERS OF ARCHELOUS An exploration of a sea siren’s imagination expressed through textural elements. zara.parmenter@gmail.com zaraparmenter.com Kerikeri High School


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45 CHRISTY O’BRIEN TRAUMA This process has taken something traumatic and life-threatening and turned it into something that has elegance, without denying the drama that lies beneath the surface. christyohbee@gmail.com christyohbee.wix.com/trauma Wellington High School & St Mary’s College

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46 BREA POTHAN NGA-TI KAHUNGUNU, NGA-TI POROU MY HAPPY PLACE A collection inspired by the kids drawings of their own happy places, resulting in the kids wearing and feeling their happy places with them on their clothing 24/7. brea-p@hotmail.com brea-p.wix.com/breapothan 027 631 1996 Napier Girls' High School

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48 EMILY ROWE THE ADVENTURE CLUB A collection inspired by foreign travel through letter writing in the 1950s. Postmarks, aerograms and fearless women also provided inspiration for this Spring/Summer collection. emilyhelenrowe@gmail.com Wellington Girls’ College

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CHILDREN OF NEPTUNE This collection explores the idea of androgyny in coral reef fish and sea creatures. The fabrics, prints and colours were inspired by this concept and particularly the markings and textures found on these coral reef species.

EVELYN A mini collection inspired by Japanese minimalist architecture, emphasizing nothingness and the beauty of simplicity. This collection conveys a super minimal essence, refined yet relaxed while simultaneously embodying an elegant edge.

Privet.nicole@gmail.com privettnicole.wix.com/nicoleprivett

greercrose@gmail.com demos.injectdesign.co.nz/greerrose/ 021 283 3299

Queen Margaret College

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BRIGHT YOUNG THING Life is in colour, and I want to celebrate this with my collection Bright Young Thing. What I love about fashion is colour and textiles so what better way than to combine the two.

LA BELLA DONNA BY LILY LANE This collection explores a more sustainable approach to fashion design with garments made from 100% recycled fabrics. With a vintage inspired aesthetic, La Bella Donna, “The Beautiful Woman”, seeks to provide clothing for the ‘real’ woman, not just the catwalk model.

IGNARUS STRATIS Unconscious defences and hypnosis drove this collection. Features include accessories, a mirrored psychology inspired digital print, and laser cutting incorporated in structural designs to give feelings of strength and protection.

lily.lane.design@gmail.com klslaughter.wix.com/lilylane

Feilding High School

gjsavage18@gmail.com www.georgiajean.com 0274 250 872 St Peter’s School, Cambridge

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54 TASHA DANGERFIELD SMITH [EXPANSION] An exploration into the reliance on social expectation and definition of gender, sex and sexuality, this collection is focused primarily on women, their physicality and sexuality and how it is represented in media and society. tmdangerfieldsmith@gmail.com facebook.com/dividedbyeight 021 266 8434 Fairfield College, Hamilton

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55 CLAARTJE TEN BERGE WHITESHADE A collection inspired by the complex simplicity of glass architecture and seeing the structure of the building through the glass. claartjetenberge@hotmail.com www.whiteshade.info Onslow College

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LONESOME DAY This collection embodies the loneliness and grief associated with losing a close loved one. The textile processes that are used; knitting, macrame and screen printing, portray a sense of darkness, claustrophobia and isolation.

ARMATURA Dressing in daily armour to cover insecurities inspired Armatura. Design lines, colour and prints are used to expose self conscious areas by making a bold statement with the aim to alter the perspective of ones own insecurities.

VORACITY This collection is a critique on the contested time in which we live, where consumption, power and growth have become the meaning of life. Set in a post-apocalyptic world in which the land is wasted and resources have dried up, the collection brings to life a character living within the bleak future. She represents the sorrowful and straining, changing reality of humanity; once being creatures of the natural earth, to becoming creatures born from capitalism itself.

annakatespicer@gmail.com

hello@harrietjane.com 022 061 4101

St Oran’s College

Long Bay College

Photographer: Josh Prendeville Makeup + Hair: Emma Sophia Helena.Terry@gmail.com HelenaRay.com Henderson High School

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59 ADAM TRAVES DISINHIBITION EFFECT Conceptually based on fashion / trends and cyber-psychology, Disinhibition Effect comments on the blurred line between reality and fiction in a digital landscape where the individual dissolves into an amalgamated representation of itself. adamtraves.wix.com/disinhibitioneffect

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60 SOONTARIYA UTTO MODERN HAUTE Clothing that is categorised as haute couture is exclusive. Haute couture involves the engineering of clothing craftsmanship that molds to the curves of the female body. The exclusivity, singularity and complexity of couture design and its construction process becomes the representation of high fashion. For this collection I wanted to create another type of couture, a modern perspective that translates a contemporary essence to fashion. soontariya.utto@gmail.com www.soontariya.com +64 21 023 66580 Tauranga Girls’ College

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BLOEM This collection represents a fairy-tale romance and whimsy missing from so many of our lives. Get lost in the enchanted allure of flowers and allow your most beautiful self to bloom.

GOLDEN DAYS This Swimwear/Beachwear collection designed to flatter and celebrate the female form through the clever combination of unique print, vibrant colours and glamorous silhouettes.

KINDRED Inspired by how our connection to the natural world shapes our identity and our actions in regard to environmental conservation, these garments are 100% natural and are compostable.

ambrosevickers@gmail.com facebook.com/ ambrosevickersdesign 027 916 6394

georgiawhelan@live.com

a.r.whitmore@gmail.com

Hutt Valley High School

Selwyn College

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BETWEEN IDENTITIES When the man leaves, his coat is left on the chair. She gets up from the bed and picks it up. What does she do with it? If she wears it, what does this make her become?

CONVERSATIONS A quiet conversation about colour and form, and an exercise in understanding how tensions can create perfect harmonies. Conversations is an ongoing discussion of functionality and beauty.

St Margaret’s College

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FRAGILE NATURE The appearance and growth patterns of lichens have inspired the construction of a range of innovative materials using methods of natural dye and textile processes.

A fashion textiles collection featuring crochet, print and laser-cut processes aesthetically influenced by the societal and cultural extremes of the Baroque period. nicole.bartlett@hotmail.com

lanabluett@gmail.com 027 772 7132 Hawera High School

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- NATURA Latin; conditions of birth, quality, character, natural order, world. Na- tu-ra exemplifies both our need to reconnect with nature and the benefits of an interaction with nature. The use of wool draws nature into the home.

CITYSCAPE Ever evolving surfaces of the buildings of Wellington explored through the development of a unique textile design process, involving layered laser cut stencils combined with screen-print and diffused light.

hatbowker@gmail.com 027 312 3610 St Margaret’s College

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06 VICTORIA EGLINTON CURIOUSLY ALICE My design collection Curiously Alice was inspired by Alice in Wonderland, focusing on the process of distortion within reality and the surreal nature of the unconscious mind. v.eglinton@gmail.com 027 358 7249 Aquinas College

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07 CATHERINE FEARY GIBB SUKKAR SWEET POISON A collection of candy coated cotton artefacts inspired by the beauty of crystallised sugar and the destructive effects it has on the body. catherinefeary@hotmail.com

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08 HANNAH HUTCHINSON GIVE ME SOME MATERIALS AND I’LL SHOW YOU WHAT I CAN DO Material responsive design utilising repeat pattern and repetitive processes to re-assess the value of materials for the creation of tactile and dynamic surfaces that encourage interaction. hannah.hutchinson92@gmail.com www.hannahhutchinson.com +64 27 379 4450 Cashmere High School 161


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HORIZONS A summer print and accessories collection inspired by multicultural hybridisation through globalisation. Designs are influenced by the bright colours, geometric prints and tactile embellishments found in traditional textiles around the globe.

TRANQUILLITY Important relationships explored through interlinking and interweaving. Gold leaf yarn and white silk symbolises delicateness and fragility; colour and pattern celebrate friendship; and earthy colours symbolise the grounding of families.

paige.jarman64@gmail.com facebook.com/paigejarmandesign

alex.p.johnston@hotmail.com Wellington Girls’ College

Inglewood High School

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11 LIZ LOUW NEW HOPE A project inspired by the current race relations within South Africa. lizmarilouw@gmail.com 0212685763 Fairfield College

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ILLUSION A high-end interiors collection of digital wallpaper and digital embroidered fabrics inspired by the lavish set designs of Baz Luhrman’s 2013 film, The Great Gatsby.

MAPPED A womenswear print collection that explores how something as simple as a line on a map has the ability to evoke memories of an experience, a place or a journey travelled.

teganw17@gmail.com Otamatea High School

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15 EMA RICHARDS NGA-PUHI FILED AWAY A textile exploration into the way we seek, store, order and control personal objects and possessions in digital spaces as well as physical environments. emarichardsdesign@gmail.com Baradene College

16 HANNAH ROACHE FAÇADE Using Frida Kahlo as a main inspiration, the design collection Façade focuses on the restriction of one’s self due to prolonged illness and how this affects the creative process. Hannah.roache191@gmail.com www.hannahroache.wix.com/hannahroache 027 428 0884 Gisborne Girls’ High School

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2.5D Woven and embroidered textiles for accessories inspired by Hamurana Springs in Rotorua. Natural fibres are combined through the use of traditional weave and digital embroidery.

THE FOREST The subjective, personal experience of being encapsulated, immersed and sheltered in a native New Zealand forest is made tangible through textile works.

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19 ELLA ROSE ZARIFEH IM/PERMANENT A conceptual study of permanent and impermanent marks. It explores the relationship between a tool and its contact with a surface leading to consequence of action and mending. ella.zarifeh@gmail.com www.ellarose.co.nz 027 755 3315 Christchurch Girls’ High School

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01 NATALIE COLVILLE URBAN INTERVENTIONS A collection of subtle, site-specific shifts, within Wellington. A chance encounter slows city rhythms, engaging the public in a thought-provoking visual experience that has potential to educate. nat.j.colville@gmail.com nataliecolville.wix.com/spatial-designer 027 4707 327 Wairarapa College

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02 URSULA DAVY RECLAIMING PEOPLE SPACE This project aims to reclaim ‘people space’ through establishing shared, multi-functional urban areas. Spaces encourage mutual respect between pedestrians and buses, and a highly flexible event and market area that offers a changing landscape for audience and performers. People gather under blankets of light to eat, socialise and enjoy a space within the city centre, giving the right-of-way to human activity. ursuladavydesign.com 021 935 388

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BATHING IN LIGHT Heated baths with lighting that is activated by human, tidal and luna intervention.

FROM CAR PARK TO GYMNASIUM This project introduces a gymnastics centre in the Willis Street parking building, proposing a new platform for community activity while rethinking how people and vehicles interact.

toriogibbs@gmail.com toriogibbs.wix.com/portfolio Bayside Secondary College

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GRAFTING MEMORY A memorial experience created through the reactivation of abandoned WWII bunkers; the body of the visitor is engaged in performing the act of viewing.

ON TRACK In the wilderness, tracks can be unclear and hard to follow, causing problems and dangers to those unfamiliar with the terrain. On Track is a way-finding system to aid trampers in reaching their destination in the bush. Focused on the Waiohine Gorge area, it can be applied universally across other tramping areas in the country.

hazlett.gemma@gmail.com www.behance.net/gemmahazlett Tauranga Girls’ College

annahunt@windowslive.com www.behance.net/annahunt 027 301 4457 Wairarapa College

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REFLECTION. PROJECTION. ILLUMINATION. My project explores the potentiality of darkness, altering perception and challenging existing spatial conditions. The laneway is transformed into an outdoor cinema, creating a safer, illuminated night-time space.

ESCAPE – AN ATMOSPHERIC SENSATION OF THE VOID A meditative/spiritual retreat where space is slowly revealed through sequential sensorial experiences. By using apertures and natural light, the interior offers an ever-changing atmosphere of serenity and emotion.

Laura.a.murrays@gmail.com www.l-mdesign.co.nz 027 386 4974 Iona College

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NAIL-IT A social enterprise focused on upcycling wood shipping pallets to build simple and affordable furniture. The website contains a map to locate free pallets, simple project ideas and ‘how to’ videos.

BREKKY BUILD Brekky Build is a bright breakfast building game for Kiwi kids that aims to educate children about the nutritional value of breakfast, through the implementation of this game in New Zealand Breakfast Clubs.

A PROJECT Using the letter A, this project is a filter for an investigation into what it means to be a designer in this changing landscape of design practice.

Alanbillingsley92@gmail.com 021 071 3207 Tauranga Boys’ College

carrina@outlook.com designbycarrina.com 021 150 9328 Sacred Heart Girls’ College, New Plymouth

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04 FRASER CALLAWAY M & OLIVER WARD M CO-NNECTION Our joint project designed an experience to assist students with their transition into the creative industry. This is achieved by connecting one student and one studio for one week, with the student located in the heart of the studio. Our portable desk design used a multi disciplinary approach to overcome the problem of limited desk space, and enable this experience. Fraser Callaway fraser.callaway@gmail.com Oliver Ward hello@oliverward.co.nz

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THE AGENDER Most people think of gender as binary, that someone is either a man or a woman, but things are not that simple. The Agender is about how gender is constructed, and how we can think of identity in an inclusive manner, acknowledging all categories of sex and gender. Complex concepts are distilled into short, understandable comics. Each issue of The Agender portrays a different concept. This information is free for everyone.

DESIGN TRADE This application aims to provide New Zealand’s emerging freelance graphic designers with the basic information they need to survive in the freelance industry.

clarkphillipa@gmail.com 027 349 8562

Ryan Last-Harris ryanlastharris@gmail.com www.rlh.co.nz

Dan Collins daniel@collins-nz.com www.behance.net/danielpetercollins Waiopehu College

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07 SLOANE DOUGHERTY FEED FRIENDS APP The Feed Friends app brings both friends and strangers together through food. It offers limitless potential for collaboration and socialising over a meal all can contribute to.

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08 KAHURANGI DOUGLAS NGA-TI MANIAPOTO AN UNORTHODOXMAS FEAST A typographic celebration and exploration of the BBC documentary ‘Heston’s Perfect Christmas’. Completed with wood plate printing, gold leaf and hand-embossed finishings.

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BDDCHAT This project is designed to portray the experience of Body Dysmorphic Disorder in an accessible way in order to create an empowerment of knowledge that will enable personal help seeking.

HIDDEN MEMORIES This project encourages Wellingtonians to engage with public spaces around them. Designed to evoke and inspire, a series of temporary typographic interventions creates an archive of moments that portray and celebrate our shared experiences of modern life.

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11 ALISE FLANNERY THE PROCESS ARCHIVE The Process Archive is a deconstructed book which aims to celebrate the transitional and haptic processes of a range of craft practices. Flannery.alise@gmail.com aliseflannery.com 027 7210 206 Rangiora High School

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HE IWI KOTAHI TATOU, YEAH NUH When the British and Ma-ori signed the Treaty of Waitangi on February 6th 1840, New Zealand history was made. Governor Hobson even declared ‘We are one people.’ Today this has still not been established. My project intends to create an honest portrait of both sides of a ‘modern New Zealand,’ that will encourage conversation between cultures in a positive and light hearted humorous way.

GROW WHAT YOUR FATHER GAVE YOU A series of zines that explore the way men express themselves and create their identity through the flexibility of their appearance. emmafotheringhame@gmail.com behance.net/emmafotheringhame Morrinsville College

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F. STOP This project seeks to educate phone camera users about the analog photography process, to preserve the knowledge and skills associated with this increasingly obsolete practice.

ASK AWAY Participation in elections is declining, so this web application made it easy and engaging for young people to question their mayoral candidates in Wellington’s local elections. www.askaway.co.nz

alexhawkhead.com alexhawkhead@gmail.com @alexhawkhead

Howiemeg@gmail.com @howiemeg Cargocollective.com/meghowiedesign Linkedin.com/in/meghowie Nelson College for Girls

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16 CELESTE HOLMES EXPRESS Held on Massey University’s Open Day the Express Workshop is a one hour design workshop that gives participants a teaser experience within the design process, allowing participants to see if design is something they would like to study. Celeste.joy.holmes@gmail.com be.net/celeste_holmes 022 176 1676 Katikati College

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Josie Schultz joseschultz1@gmail.com josieschultz.com @josieschultz

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VISUAL METADATA This project explores my personal level of engagement with the data collected from my shopping receipts. Visually reproducing the content through graphic interpretation, this provokes consideration of how they function as a symbolic visual self-narrative.

THINKING CREATIVE An initiative that aims to help creative high school leavers understand what it’s like to follow a path within visual communication design, providing them with relevant information about today’s creative industry.

ADECODE An average person is exposed to over 300 advertisements in one day. Adecode is designed to create awareness of the role advertising plays in influencing our culture and help the audience become more media literate.

staceykerr31@gmail.com behance.net/staceykerr 027 315 4139

jongho9112@gmail.com www.nickleedesign.com facebook.com/nickleedesign 021 0821 5751

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MEA An online support site which provides young girls with social support and counselling services that they can relate to, respond to and actively find solace in.

SHOUTBACK This a project that highlights the continuing need for the feminist movement in 2013. It allows people to discover issues that resonate with them individually through consumption of news.

hello@ashlyall.com ashlyall.com +64 22 061 4366 Sacred Heart College

rachel.lynch.is@gmail.com 027 379 2501 @rachellynchis Wellington Girls’ College

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REFOCUS This project rebrands a campus gym and promotes exercise strategies to design students as a way to manage stress. This has been represented through the use of line and colour in a series of posters that identify different types of stress, and offers solutions through exercise.

THE HERBS KILL FASCISM A project that aims to engage the audience with the history of New Zealand protests, through the use of music.

LOST FOR WORDS This project was created to aid dyslexic students through the everyday struggles faced while studying at academic institutions. Lost for Words provides these students with a study aid pack that contains a wide range of tips and tricks.

nataliemcmurray@hotmail.com be.net/nataliemcmurray Heretaunga College

pech-mao@hotmail.co.nz pech-mao.com 021 203 5890

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28 OLIVIA NEW THE HISTORY BEHIND THE MUSIC, BIG DAY OUT The design process of this campaign engages with the visual history of the Big Day Out festival. It celebrates the vibrancy and the festival’s contribution to New Zealand’s visual culture and landscape design. olivianewdesign@gmail.com 021 0227 7477 St Oran’s College 28

29 MICHELLE OAKEY INTREPID INDIA A vital book for first time travellers who are thinking about going to India, based on tips learnt from experienced travellers to India. michelleoakey350@gmail.com michelleoakeydesigns.com 027 849 2260 Rosehill College

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WE SHARE THIS JOURNEY A project that explores the shared values of Generation Y. Conscious thoughts about mortality and death help bring to the surface the things that are truly important to this generation.

THE JOURNEY A set of books and posters based on the four-year journey through design school and ultimately acting as an honest portrait of the design community at Massey University.

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KINETIC A social enterprise devoted to improving health and productivity in sedentary work places through offering a range of versatile opportunities for activity while at work.

TAKE ROOT A seasonal subscription system that facilitates shared gardening and food preparation experiences in order to drive a positive change in attitudes towards vegetarian eating.

stansfieldgraphics@gmail.com @stansfellio www.behance.net/stansfield

tessaworkman@gmail.com www.tessaworkman.com 021 0268 4775

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35 HOLLY WORTHINGTON WELLINGTON’S QUIRKY PLACES AND OPEN SPACES This book encourages Wellingtonians to spend more time outside. It is an alternative guidebook and postcard series designed to excite and inspire, to encourage people to explore their surroundings, and to show people new places and different sights. holly.worthington@hotmail.com hollyrosedesign.co.nz 021 071 0251 Kerikeri High School 214


36 CECILIA XU SHOPTHRIFT – REWIND In Wellington there are a variety of female-targeted thrift stores but few for males, making the act of thrifting very inaccessible to a young male audience. Shopthrift redesigned the branding and promotion of a new contemporary franchise called Rewind, to appeal to young males. vimeo.com/77313154 #Shopthrift documentary: vimeo.com/77289906

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BEYOND THE BOWL OF NOODLES: COOKING YOUR WAY THROUGH UNI A series of illustrated cookbooks for students. The books encourage students to break out of their culinary comfort zone and try new and exciting recipes.

FOOD AID A user-friendly guide designed to engage and educate supermarket-goers on the nutritional benefits and medicinal properties of food, engender health conscious decisions when shopping, and ultimately alleviate the public’s heavy reliance on pharmaceuticals to cure illness.

erin.j.young@windowslive.com Opunake High School

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01 AMY COLE & NATASHA WOLVERS THE WELLINGTON TIMEBANK CAMPAIGN The Wellington Timebank is a non profit organisation where members swap skills, time and knowledge. This campaign is to create public awareness of the endless possibilities our everyday actions can have. Amy Cole amycole@hotmail.co.nz 027 699 4350 Whakatane High School Natasha Wolvers tashwolvers@gmail.com 027 312 0302 St. Peters School, Cambridge

02 SARSHA DRAKEFORD & COURTNEY FIELD DUO DANCE This campaign challenges the young Kiwi male’s traditional perceptions of partner dance and aims to make partner dance more appealing and less intimidating to guys. Sarsha Drakeford sarshadnz@hotmail.com 0220731237 Onslow College Courtney Field courtneyfield@live.com Glendowie College

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SPARK A CHAT Parents need to talk to their teens about issues such as drugs and sex. Spark a Chat is a tool designed to make these tricky chats easier.

VENTME The Ventme campaign encourages university students to vent through civic engagement for the benefits of their health and wellbeing, via the use of a website and smart-phone app.

tickee_45@hotmail.com 027 566 3573 Naenae College

lgutschlag@gmail.com 022 048 0092 Central Hawke’s Bay College

05 GRACE HARTWELL EPILERT APP An app designed to help young newly diagnosed females cope with epilepsy. With exisiting technologies it detects their seizures to improve their safety and with added features assists with their independence. graciehartwell@gmail.com 021 117 0851 Pinehurst College

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EXPLORE MORE We created a campaign that encourages our audience to look beyond, around and beside famous landmarks and explore the little places living in their shadow, giving them a fuller travel experience.

BLAZE RECRUITMENT The concept behind my campaign was to bring to life the best parts about you, which usually cannot be seen. Making the audience aware that sometimes what is hidden is what is hired.

Taylor Manley taylormanley@outlook.com 021 149 2262

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Wainuiomata High School Madison Wright wright-madison@hotmail.com 027 428 9459 Rangi Ruru Girls' School

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09 EMMA STAINTHORPE NGA-PUHI SHAKE UP YOUR STUDY Encouraging Massey students to transform their study by balancing it with external factors. This ultimately enables them to effectively cope with stress and make the most of their learning experience. e.stainthorpe@hotmail.co.nz Trident High School

Emma Bramley 027 390 9786 Tawa College

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MOOD FOOD This project seeks to visually communicate the idea that food does affect our moods. Proactively the Mood Food digital app prompts you to nominate what mood you’d like to be in, in turn generating healthy snacking recipes aligned to this.

REDBALLOON CAMPAIGN My client was Redballoon, a website dedicated to giving experiences over tangible objects. The concept behind my campaign was to encourage people to give gifts that have a longer lasting effect. Gifts that will create the start to a great story.

BRIEF ENCOUNTERS WITH THE ANZACS A campaign to promote an experiential Anzacs exhibition at Te Papa by generating empathy within young, disconnected New Zealanders (17–30) through affective strategies.

stephtidey@gmail.com stephtideydesign.com 027 243 6555

simone.j.watts@gmail.com 027 376 3368

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SAFE AND SOUND My project is an animation to help generate awareness of Decreased Sound Tolerance, by showing how it affects a person’s day-to-day life.

BEYOND THE SURFACE A series of short documentaries that capture three Exposure graduate projects, giving the audience an opportunity to gain insights and connect the final product with the designer.

james.alexander.farrow@gmail.com Newlands College

nathanfoon@hotmail.co.nz vimeo.com/nathanfoon facebook.com/CreativeSpoonz Gisborne Boys’ High School

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03 COURTNEY GARRUD OTHERY An online clothing hire store that gives consumers the opportunity to share high-end fashion items within their community. It helps users to consume less and share more, making the most out of garments. courtneygarrud@gmail.com Sacred Heart Girls’ College New Plymouth

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04 KATE HERLIHY HIVE People learn better when they learn together. Hive is an interactive system to help Massey design students make meaningful connections with each other to benefit their learning. contact@kateherlihy.co.nz kateherlihy.co.nz Palmerston North Girls’ High School

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05 CHARLIE HARDING DAVID 6 A web based game that introduces its young audience to the methodologies and thinking of computer coding by similar languages as gameplay mechanics. mail@charlieharding.net charlieharding.net Napier Boys’ High School

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NOTEWORTHY Noteworthy is a responsive web application for creating, storing, and most importantly, interacting with lecture notes. Designed to be easy, accessible and fun, users earn badges to track progress and gain positive reinforcement.

UNIFY A geo-locative web application that helps university students in their first year of study. It provides students with useful information and allows them to share their experiences.

karlmadsen91@gmail.com karlmadsendesign.co.nz be.net/karlmadsen 027 3580 733

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AUDIOSCOPE An immersive digital environment that sources from both natural and digital elements, and seeks to reconnect people with the sounds that they have lost contact with.

MYSTERIES OF NEW ZEALAND: THYLACOLINE ZEALANDUS My project uses principles of evolution in the design of a mythical creature. It explores the life of the Thylacoline Zealandus, New Zealand’s only discovered native marsupial.

Patel.mons@gmail.com Wellington College

lauren.sanson@gmail.com be.net/laurensanson3ea8 Horowhenua College

10 THANESWARI SILVAM (DANESH) SITA’S NADANAM Sita’s Nadanam directly translates to ‘Sita’s Dance’ in Tamil. This project illustrates the life of Sita, a Hindu mythological character, by abstracting the ancient story into a 21st Century context. It is a portrayal of her endurance and emotions through her life, using contemporary dances, Indian classical-fusion music and motion graphics. danesh_pillay@yahoo.co.nz daneshmp.tumblr.com 020 4008 4794 Newlands College

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11 CHRISTINE SHIN, EUNAE CHO & CHRIS WONG GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN Problems arise when common personality disorders become the norm and start to hold you back from progressing in life. Unresolved issues can impact on your present situation and are expressed in the use of immature defence mechanisms such as avoidance and isolation. We used digital media/ animation to provide a different perspective on this issue and help people to connect with the fundamental source of these problems. Christine Shin symandgod@gmail.com 021 0255 4887 Christchurch Girls’ High School Eunae Cho choeunae21@gmail.com 021 111 0958 Wellington Girls’ College Chris Wong chris_wong_1@hotmail.com 021 117 9818 Onslow College

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12 TEAM VEX BLUME Blume is an explorative, narrativedriven game focusing on retrograde amnesia and the impact it has on relationships. Entering the world of Blume, the player navigates through the darkness with their ethereal light companion, exploring the landscape in search of lost memories. By combining principles of visual communication design and game design, we aim to provide players with a meaningful interactive experience.

Caleb Sawtell caleb.sawtell@gmail.com www.behance.net/cgsawtell 021 0243 9276

Logan Rasmussen Te Atiawa 4DLogan@gmail.com 022 5044 055

Unlimited Paenga Tawhiti

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Cameron Berry cameronberry@gmail.com www.behance.net/CameronBerry 022 6941 126

Josh Young josh_young@outlook.com www.behance.net/joshyoungdesign 021 1499 712

Wellington College

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Hamish Fraser M Nga-ti Tuwharetoa hfraserart@gmail.com www.behance.net/hamishfraser 027 3196 195 New Plymouth Boys’ High School 241


VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN ILLUSTRATION 01 ZOË DEANS INTER_FACES This project aims to create more discussion about how we use social media, through the use of interactive portraiture and a shared online space to voice opinions. zoedeans@gmail.com @zoedeans +64 27 491 9960 St. Margaret’s College

02 LARA FRIZZELL BENEATH THE SURFACE A pop-up book about the marine environments of the Wellington region that explores how the interactive nature of pop-up can help children with kinaesthetic learning preferences better engage with books. lara.c.frizzell@gmail.com www.behance.net/LaraFrizzell 027 314 5059 Wellington High School

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03 CHRISTINE LUITEN M THE LITTLEST BRITANNIA This interactive project tells the lesser-known tales of Petone’s European settlement in the 1840s. The illustrated stories are mediated through a raree-show, providing viewers with an interactive learning experience. christinel@windowslive.com cargocollective.com/christineluiten 027 260 9999 Upper Hutt College

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04 PHOEBE MORRIS M PAGE PERILS This project investigates the connection between creative process and mood disorders. It combines emotive narrative illustration with text; a ‘self-help book’ for creatives working in a commercial or academic context. phoebe.morris49@gmail.com cargocollective.com/phoebemorrisillustration 027 386 6337 Wellington Girls’ College 247


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COMPOST: A BEAUTIFUL PROCESS An illustrated exploration of compost and the organisms involved in the compost process, through decorative wallpaper and picture book design.

A PRO-LEARNING PITCH For my project I wrote and designed a premise for an animated children’s television show. The show is structured to be both entertaining and educational, for children aged 7-12.

ami.louise.rogers@gmail.com cargocollective.com/amirogers St. Margaret’s College

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SUE MCLAREN Regional Director Auckland School of Design

It gives me great pleasure to introduce the work of the 2013 graduating students from the Auckland School of Design. The School began over a decade ago as a satellite of Massey’s Wellington School of Design, providing opportunity on the North Shore of Auckland for talented students to undertake Massey’s design degree in New Zealand’s city of sails. This has been particularly relevant for the transport design major with its focus on marine design.

Over the past ten years our dedicated and talented staff have had a significant role in creating these accomplished graduates. From your lecturers, tutors, administrators, the workshop and me, thank you for being such a great group of students and part of the era of the design school at Albany. Go well and keep in touch.

From fresh-faced new students in 2010 to confident graduates of 2013, these designers have created outstanding work and are well positioned to innovate and become future leaders in the design industry. As Massey alumni they will make on-going contributions to the community and quality of design locally and internationally.

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RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION This project investigated consumption and production, the implications and how we might use waste products to produce everyday items. The Coffee Cup Machine transforms waste coffee grounds into disposable coffee cups. It explores alternative manufacturing methods that create responsible, sustainable products, and is intended to be used in cafes, where the waste is produced. The coffee grounds’ composite material was also developed as part of the project.

ACENSUS – ARTHRITIS LEG ASSIST (EXO SKELETON) Acensus is an exo-skeleton for arthritis sufferers. It restores independence and ease of movement in everyday life. Muscle sensors and a motorised unit assist movement whilst Thermoskin technology reduces joint pain.

james@jamesallen.co.nz www.jamesallen.co.nz

dwight.booysens@gmail.com dwightbdesign.com 022 300 6010 Rangitoto College

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CHAMELEON The customisable motorcycle Chameleon is designed to change according to the personality of each rider. The 250cc motorcycle can be adapted to different styles, from commuter to sports bike and anything in-between.

TREE MOUNT My project is a DIY removable foundation for use when building tree houses. Its stability and versatility eliminates the need for bespoke foundations.

SCUDERO The Scudero is a leaning two-seater vehicle designed for urban mobility. As a compact car, it produces zero emissions and liberates valuable city space.

jamkones@gmail.com behance.net/jamkones

chriskoole.com chriskooledesign@gmail.com

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06 WILLIAM NICHOLSON M VANGUARD 3D Layer by layer, Vanguard 3D fabricates with the precision and efficiency of 3D printing technology. Aided by computer controlled design, it redefines the process in which structures can be designed, tested and manufactured. thingsbywill.com william.nicholson.design@gmail.com 027 327 4311 257


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SUBMERSIBLE HEADPHONES These submersible headphones feature a sacrificial membrane for the prevention of tinnitus; they also include high waterproofing properties (5m depth), adjustable form, custom mould earpieces, wireless transmission (200m) and inductive charging.

EKA A unique kiosk system specifically designed for the soft furnishings industry. It aims to provide a better and more effective fabric buying experience for audiences in unattended environments.

VIBRATION / NOISE HARVESTING In heavily populated cities there is a large amount of vibration and noise due to cars, people, construction work and events. This device uses clear piezo film combined with LEDs to absorb the vibrations, and converts the energy into electricity to be used as electronic billboards, signs, lighting and effects for indoor and outdoor events.

Danny.shel@xtra.co.nz Long Bay College

artipatelnz@yahoo.co.nz Lynfield College

ManoocherZarif@gmail.com 021 106 8388

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01 ALLEN KONG ENVI & RON HAVE GONE MENTAL An interest in water in the environment and its conservation led to the development of educational resources aimed to attract the attention of youngsters. The hand illustrated resources communicate some early and important learning about the environment. adoublelen@hotmail.com www.allenkong.com Westlake Boys’ High School

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01 KEVIN CHOU

02 ANDREW OGILVIE

SEAWOLFE - ELECTRIC KITSET RACEBOAT A recyclable and sustainable electric kitset raceboat designed to be constructed with hand tools, and made from recyclable aluminium and polypropylene sheets. For one individual.

CODA: SOCIALLY ORIENTED TRAILER BOAT A recreational boat with interior design configured to maximise the use of space, in particular forward space typically lost in other craft of similar size.

kevin.chou.design@gmail.com 021 0228 0725 King’s College

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LIGHTNING ON ME – EP DESIGN The project aims to create an all-round music experience through the use of visual communication design and multiple physical and digital music formats. The key emphasis was to present a new way to enhance the user experience of music in the digital media format, specifically catering for devices such as tablets and smartphones.

TORAYA – MULTICULTURAL BRAND AND IDENTITY This project considered how a brand might be translated to reflect another cultural setting while retaining the core brand values and aesthetics of the original brand. Careful observation of the design reveals the integration of New Zealand symbols into Japanese design.

michaelwilliamcannon@gmail.com michaelcannondesign.com

Pakuranga College

eltoncheng.nz@gmail.com

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03 VERONICA CORDERO M ZENITH PREMIUM TRAVEL KITS Combining both form and function, Zenith kits have been inspired by the New Zealand environment and culture. An exclusive and practical travel kit has been crafted with the premium traveller in mind, intended to have a lifespan beyond the journey itself. veronica@veronicacordero.com veronicacordero.com 021 881 533 Carmel College

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PICK UP BASKETBALL IPHONE APP An iPhone app designed to allow basketball players to communicate and organise a pick-up game of basketball in their area.

AIRBORNE HONEY RE-DESIGN This project shows the potential promotional pathways if Airborne followed a more sustainable production process. Final outputs include: logo, packaging, print advertising and a website.

this.is.james@hotmail.com Rangitoto College

emmaanndavies@hotmail.com www.ed-create.com www.behance.net/emma-davies Te Awamutu College

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FLAT90 The Flat90 is a camera stabiliser designed for the fast growing action camera market for products such as the GoPro Hero. It is advertised to the target market using extreme sports, specifically snowboarding for this project.

SIGNATURE HOMES This brand re-design communicates that Signature Homes builds homes not houses, reinforcing this idea symbolically through all aspects of the design.

thomas@popgunfilms.com facebook.com/flat90

contact@terryhilder.com Orewa College

Saint Kentigern College

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NZ JOURNAL – AN UNAUTHORIZED TIMELINE OF NEW ZEALAND TALES A series of journals presenting unfamiliar, engaging, and humorous tales and trivia of New Zealand’s past in a light-hearted, honest and easy reading style.

INTERMISSION A large format book that redefines skateboarding as a form of art, as well as giving an insight into New Zealand’s skateboarding culture.

rexannehilliam@roxannehelium.com roxannehelium.com

zara.huddleston@gmail.com www.zarahuddleston.com www.behance.net/zarahuddleston Westlake Girls’ High School

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FEEL GOOD TODAY This graphic design project is designed to help young people understand and deal with depression, gain hope and strength to live again.

IMAGINARY PUBLISHING This concept was created to reconnect people with their childhood memories. Through simplistic but beautiful design Imaginary Publishing brings back that little bit of magic to favourite children’s stories.

haejee.kim@live.com Behance.net/haejee123 021 0254 1110 Western Heights High School

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12 JENDI LOGAN RETHINK BOARD GAME This board game educates young children by engaging them in a fun, interactive game about sustainable values. Children progress through the game by successfully answering questions based on sustainable principles. jendi.logan@hotmail.co.nz iamjendi.com 027 339 1009 Spotswood College

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CHASE CRUISES A brand design that targets the younger demographic of 18-35 year olds and immediately stands out amongst competing brands by being the energetic, adventurous and outgoing cruise brand.

AUCKLAND IN MOTION (COMMUTING SAFELY) Auckland In Motion is a nonprofitable cycling organisation. It aims to increase the number of cycling commuters by providing safety information and support with a strong and clear identity.

BREAD & BUTTER ORGANICS FOR MEN This project redefines a natural / sustainable men’s skincare range and aims to make skincare for men easy. The mission is to provide products where nothing is put in, said or done that is without purpose.

erinmcw4@gmail.com www.erinmcwilliams.com 021 183 1500

jess.aj.pearson@live.com www.designbyjesspearson.com

hi@alenkalogan.com alenkalogan.com Rangitoto College

Rangitoto College

Pinehurst School

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16 BEN OLIVER PUBLIC BEER BRAND Public is a start-up beer branding project, demonstrating how to design a brand in anticipation of growth and change over time. Final outcomes included packaging, brand manuals, an e-magazine and advertising. www.benoliverdesign.com hello@benoliverdesign.com

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17 AMY-LIZ ROBINSON PRODUCT LAUNCH EVENT CAMPAIGN This poster is one feature in an advertising campaign promoting a new brand and their product launch event. The poster series uses typographic illusions to engage the target audience, creating curiosity and intrigue around the brand. www.amylizdesign.com

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WE RIDE TRACK AND ROAD This book provides the reader with a series of interviews with New Zealanders involved in a range of top-level track and road cycling fields. It talks about their journey, and why they do what they do.

BALANCE A guide to help people understand the Nutrition Information Panel (NIP). It will educate consumers by helping them make informed food purchasing decisions for a healthy and balanced diet.

g.scott@gforgeorge.com www.gforgeorge.com

design@sarawilk.com www.sarawilk.com

Auckland Grammar School

Maine South High School, Park Ridge, IL, U.S.A.

TEA HOUSE This concept design promotes the Tea House as a unique and engaging experience, inspiring wellness whilst communicating trust and transparency. Customers are enabled to enjoy healthy yet delicious alternatives, confident they will be beneficial to them, leaving the overworked and stressed customer feeling refreshed and revitalised. katrina_sherwood@me.com www.katsherwood.com 021 295 3423 Burnside High School

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR REBECCA SINCLAIR Director – Academic

Postgraduate study in art or design is not for the faint hearted. It takes a special kind of student to either continue after four years of undergraduate education, or return after a period of time in the workforce to be immersed in the intense and demanding journey of creative research. Postgraduate students often have families to support, comfortable incomes to forgo, personal hurdles to overcome in the pursuit of a higher degree. The designers and artists shown in the following pages have passion, guts and determination, combined with intellect, expertise and amazing creativity that have enabled them to push boundaries and take art and design into new territories. Our postgraduate students have been immersed in a hotbed of creativity on the top floor of our beautiful building, Te Ara Hihiko, looking out over the city. They have been experimenting, testing, making, thinking, discussing, arguing, critiquing, analysing, producing. They have been taking risks, and taking us along with them in their adventurous and unique research projects that challenge art and design to do something profound, suggesting ways of seeing and experiencing the world never conceived of before. Covering a spectrum of ideas via a stunning array of forms and modes, they demonstrate acute thinking at the very forefront of contemporary art and design practice.

Our two-year MFA (Fine Art or Design) brings together artists and designers to work both within and across an exciting array of creative media. The degree prefaces experimentation and risk taking with adventurous ideas and material investigations that traverse the shared possibilities of art and design. Our one-year MDes has a dynamic applied focus with strong links to industry through design research projects. MDes graduates have produced highly innovative and expertly realised design work contributing to research-driven innovation for their industry partners and foregrounding the vital role design has in economic growth and social well-being. We are extraordinarily proud of the achievements of the postgraduate candidates for 2014. You have the critical skills and knowledge to lead and shape crucial new directions for art and design, wherever you find yourself in the world. The challenge will be to combine this knowledge and skill base with a ravenous ambition to make and remake truly outstanding art and design. We await the results with profound interest.

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01 NILS BLUM VENTUS - AN EVERYDAY LIGHTWEIGHT SPORTS CAR FOR THE NEXT GENERATION This project focuses on a new kind of sports car that caters for a new sustainable trend in society and the car industry. The project aim was to develop a “(sustainable) everyday lightweight sports car� for the medium/high price bracket. This car would fill the gap for the person who would like to enjoy sportive driving on the weekends, but also wants to use the car

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on a daily basis in a fuel-saving manner. The car is constructed out of natural lightweight composite fibres in conjunction with a modern carbon fibre monocoque design. It is powered by a multipurpose hybrid drive concept that guarantees a thrilling performance paired with modern efficiency. Blum Forward Design nilsblum@gmail.com


02 JESSICA CLARKIN WETLANDSCAPE: TOWARDS AN EXPANDED DEFINITION OF EDGES This project looks to expand the definition of edges through the design of a wetlands walkway for industry partner Wither Hills on their Rarangi vineyard, Blenheim. Wetlandscape is deeply rooted in ecology and uses design as a tool to deal directly with the implications of the eradication of wetlands within New Zealand. As a spatial designer I engage in the realms of landscape architecture, architecture and design to navigate the field of space making in the landscape. The poetic

journey I have created through the wetlands traverses eight evocative, site-specific follies with the goal to encourage wine tourism. This project explores the ubiquitous quality of architecture to generate mood and atmosphere through sensitive treatment of materials and space, positioning the sensate body as an important figure in enabling unique experiences within architecture and environment.

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03 TAMARA KAN TAOISM AND CREATIVE PRACTICE: THE CREATIVE PRINCIPLES OF TAOIST PHILOSOPHY AND THE PRACTICE OF ABSTRACT PAINTING This study identifies creative principles within the Taoist philosophy and examines instances where these principles have influenced historical and contemporary abstract painting practices. It also explores ways in which these principles may influence changes within a personal creative practice. The creation of painted abstract interpretations of the chapters of the I Ching provides a context for exploring the relationships between these principles and the development of a particular creative process. 289


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POST ALL THE FAN ARTS: AN ANIMATED DISCUSSION EXPLORING PARTICIPATORY CULTURE

DAIRY TALE: GAMIFICATION AS A MEANS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF SUSTAINABILITY DairyTale is a quick and fun role-playing strategy game. Your goal as an intrepid dairy farmer of Rajpur is to defeat Megamilk, a magical robot created many years ago for the mass production of milk. However, corrupted by greed, Megamilk turned evil and brought about a curse prophesied by the ancestors! Now, only by rediscovering the long lost secret to making pure milk can Megamilk be defeated. Face-off demonic adversaries and overcome grave misfortune in a battle of sustainable thinking, as you farm your way to rediscovering pure milk. Who will be the first to succumb to the curse and who will deliver the people to freedom? Find out in an exciting game of DairyTale! rahulm9@hotmail.com 022 175 3185

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06 KIERAN STOWERS UTOPIAN INGREDIENTS: A DINNER TIME DISCUSSION ABOUT NEW ZEALAND’S CONSTITUTIONAL PREAMBLE A constitutional preamble outlines the core tenets and characteristics that guide a society. Utopian Ingredients is a potluck dinner party toolkit that searches for robust design-led discussion about expressing New Zealand’s constitutional preamble both visually and experientially. By adapting tikanga Ma-ori engagement principles, Western dinner customs and incorporating Pasifika design elements, the unique functional quality of the toolkit is to augment national identity and explore what values should shape 21st Century New Zealand. As New Zealand’s increasingly diverse population grows, Utopian Ingredients facilitates and encourages people to ‘play with their food’ and engage with difficult and often emotionally undeclared values, while establishing multiple enduring constitutional preambles. @kieranstowers kieranstowers.co.nz

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07 TIM TURNIDGE HYPERVIDEO: INTERFACE DESIGN AND MOBILE COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENTARIES Hypervideo presents an online interface for viewing the collaborative mobile documentary: 24 Frames 24 Hours. By leveraging the geo-locative capabilities of mobile devices and contemporary web technologies such as APIs, metadata and video databases, the prototype interface facilitates the viewing of videos shot on mobile devices from around the world in an interactive documentary format. The interactive form enables the dynamic configuration of documentary content influenced by Lev Manovich’s Soft Cinema project and Florian Thalhofer’s Korsakow system. t.turnidge@massey.ac.nz

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08 SONYA WITHERS NAVIGATING THE VALUES OF SIAPO: THROUGH TEXTILE DESIGN, IDENTITY AND VA The start of this journey began as an enquiry into whether Siapo could be adapted or developed as a commercial product for the textile industry without the disconnection of culture and tradition. As a result of the immense responses from pasifika diaspora living in Niu Sila, a trip to Samoa and constant self-inquiry, it became more of a question of whether culture, tradition, and value were still connected with Siapo today? The use of Talanoa as a research methodology to create Va between new friends and lasting connections has provided a path in constructing each of the examples on display. The garments were designed for three males I am linked to through family and friends. We are all of Samoan Afakasi ethnicity and were born and raised in New Zealand. An aspect of their identity has been identified to that of the context of Siapo. This has directed the kind of textile processes used to produce their Siapo Ie Faitaga.

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09 DAVID WOOLLEY MAKING THE INVISIBLE, VISIBLE This practice based research project explores ways of dynamically representing the invisible phenomenon of sound. The aim of the research is to make this phenomenon more accessible and understandable. My experience within the public entertainment and conference industry has resulted in personal observations that inspired the pursuit of methods revealing the invisible phenomenon of sound through a combination of audio-visual abstraction. What is of interest to me in this project is how interactive installations might engage an audience through participatory aesthetic experience, showing the science of sound through cymatics and an exploration of interplay between dimensions and meditative experiences. My approach to these questions was influenced by theorists and practitioners such as Victoria Vesna, Leo Villareal, Kit Webster, Rob Hawkes and Evan Grant.

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10 ZHINQING YU MANG – THE LOSS OF EYESIGHT According to World Health Organization 2012 statistics, there are approximately 285 million visually impaired people in the world, 39 million of whom are blind. In China, the country that I come from, it is estimated that there are more than 500 million blind children. This design research project focuses on the reading needs of this audience by exploring book design for children and blind people’s ability to perceive despite their ‘loss of eye’. In it I apply haptic theory, cultural criticism, and secondary research into blind people’s sensory experience to re-purposing the visual language, format and construction of the book. Through this rethinking, and return to my cultural motifs, legends and forms, I aim to probe how tactile design can assist unsighted people read and understand text. oliviayzq@gmail.com 021 0285 1272

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01 MATHEW JARRY EXPLORING NOTIONS OF HOME The sculpture and installation-based work brings together the vibrancy and visual interference of graffiti art with the architectonic simplicity of Minimalism. The use of construction materials such as pine and macrocarpa left either natural or spray-painted with fluorescent hues are leaned against the gallery wall as a marker of the site’s interior structure as a ‘home’. While the vinyl sticker installation passes through the membrane of the gallery wall to include the exterior space as another avenue in which ‘home’ can be understood. mathewjarry@yahoo.ca

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02 TAM WEBSTER AT THE POOL At the Pool continues an exploration of leisure that began with the photographic survey of vacant caravans at a holiday park resulting in my exhibition Refuge In Anglesea. Current work extends this through examination of the relationships between leisure, recreation and play. On the Run removed site specificity by using mobile phones to record subjects, At the Pool examines swimmers in a similar way but I reference the relationship between artist and subject. This expands on my original work at Anglesea by focusing on the individual’s engagement with leisure; how this might contribute to establishing identity, culture and personal well-being. tamson@paradise.net.nz

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The College of Creative Arts Hall of Fame was established in 2007 to celebrate and acknowledge our many alumni who, through art and design, have made an enormous contribution to New Zealand's economy and cultural identity. As graduates or by choosing to study here you will join the ranks of a world class institution that is at the forefront of New Zealand art and design.

2007

Sir Richard Taylor – Digital Effects Supervisor Rebecca Taylor – Fashion Designer Len Lye – Artist and Filmmaker

2008

Kate Sylvester – Fashion Designer Mark Pennington – Industrial Designer Gordon Walters – Artist

2009

Grant Alexander – Graphic Designer Jane Ussher – Photographer John Drawbridge – Artist and Print Maker

2010

Manos Nathan – Ceramicist (Te Roroa, Nga-ti Wha-tua, Nga-puhi) Avis Higgs – Textile Designer Fane Flaws – Graphic Designer and Filmmaker

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2011

Arthur Riley – School Founder Joseph Churchward – Typographer (Aiga Sa Anae) Collette Dinnagan – Fashion Designer Mark Elmore – Product Designer 2012

Guy Ngan – Artist and Sculptor Julia Morison – Artist Matt Holmes – Product Designer Daniel Coster – Digital Arts Designer

2013

Mark Cleverley – Graphic Designer Bill Toomath – Architect and former Head of School of Design Kate Hawley – Costume and Set Designer


INDEX OF STUDENTS SCHOOL OF DESIGN

SCHOOL OF ART

PHOTOGRAPHY

FINE ARTS

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Dillon Anderson

26

Pauline Autet

44

Alex Stoss

60

Zena Bartlett

28

Courtney Adams

46

Soomin Bae

61

Jean Baty

28

Negin Dastgheib

46

Lucinda Beamish

63

Nikita Brown

31

Judith Dillon

49

Devon Briggs

63

Edward Cary

31

Clare Edgar

49

Charles Vaughan

64

Alissa Corbett

32

Jake Fairweather

49

John Chen

65

Megan Dieudonne

34

Rosalind Getty

51

Sven Clarkson

66

Rosie Finn

35

Jessica Hubbard

51

Richard Claughton

66

Anna Harding

36

Shannon Jamieson

51

Patrick Hickley

37

Riah King-Wall

52

Ben de la Roche, Jack Taylor & Euan Gray

69 69 70

Shaun Matthews

39

Scott Morrison

52

Bevan Fraser

Jamie O’Brien

39

Greg McClean

52

Anna de Jong

54

Kieran Foley

70 71

Grace Saunders

41

Laila O'Brien

Frances Scott

42

Callum Robertson

54

Ashley Goodwin

Hannah Williams

42

Morgan Ryan

56

Joshua Hall

73

56

Brad Heappey

73

56

Justin Hughes

74

Olivia Jellie

77

Alice Kennedy

79

Yon Yi Sohn Taylor Wagstaff

Ben McCarthy

79

Finnbar MCCloy

79

Nick Loubser

81

Clare O’Connor

83

Callum Oliver

83

Simone Reynolds

83

Hamish Patrick

85

James Skeggs

85

Blair Stephen

85

Megan Valentine

87

John van Huenen

88

Anna Williams

88

llyr Williams

90

Geoff Wright

91

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INDEX OF STUDENTS SCHOOL OF DESIGN

FASHION DESIGN Amelia Aitken

92

Lou Ashford

92

Heather Barth

94

Sereana Bebenisala

94

Krystal Bewley

94

Melina Blackman

96

Olivia Briasco

97

Kasey Bunn

98

Chloe Bush

98

Kayla Christensen

101

Meredith Collinson

101

Natasha Daly

101

Sophie Deans

103

Olivia Davidson

103

Clark Gardiner

103

Ella Garland-Levett

105

Ellen Gazdowicz

105

Emma Glasson

105

Lucilla Gray

107

Anna Hicks

108

Alexandra Hardy

110

Frances Jenkins

110

Jack Hill

110

Lucy Jeon

112

Juran Kim Megan Kingdom

113 113

Sean Kelly

114

Carmen Kingston

117

Tess Landon-Lane

117

Seuem Lee

117

Ann Li

118

Nicole Linnell

119

Isabel Lopez Barrera

120

300

Renee Louie

120

Ashleigh Lloyd

122

Hana Lyall Ashford

122

Abby Mattock Kimberley McCarthy Millie McCutcheon

122 125 127

Natalie McDonald

127

Helen McMurtry

127

Max Mollison Zara Parmenter Jessica Payne Christy O’Brien

128 128 131 132

Brea Pothan

133

Olivia Riley

133

Emily Rowe

134

Nicole Privett

135

Greer Rose

135

Georgia Savage

137

Kristy Slaughter Genevieve Small

137 137

TEXTILE DESIGN Nicole Bartlett

154

Lana Bluett

154

Lucinda Bode

156

Harriet Bowker

157

Soraya Browne

157

Victoria Eglinton

159

Catherine Feary Gibb

160

Hannah Hutchinson

161

Paige Jarman

163

Alexandra Johnston

163

Liz Louw

164

Katie Mcfarland

166

Tegan Montgomery-Williams 167 Rachael Nation

167

Ema Richards

168

Hannah Roache

168

Hannah Skipworth

170

Hannah Webster

170

Ella Rose Zarifeh

171

Tasha Dangerfield Smith

139

Claartje ten Berge

141

Anna Spicer

142

Jane Street

142

Helena Ray Terry

142

Natalie Colville

173

Adam Traves

145

Ursula Davy

175

Soontariya Utto

146

Tori Gibbs

176

Ambrose Vickers

148

Jonathan Go

176

Georgia Whelan

148

Gemma Hazlett

179

Anna Whitmore

148

Samantha Williams

150

Helen Young-Loveridge

150

Nahrin Zaya

152

SPATIAL DESIGN

Anna Hunt

179

Laura Murray

181

Margarida Wong

181


VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN GRAPHIC DESIGN

Michelle Oakey

208

Ashley Pickett

209

Rosie Sievers

211

Madeline Silcock

211

182

Elliot Stansfield

213

Carrina Bowe

182

Tessa Workman

213

Alice Clifford

182

Holly Worthington

Fraser Callaway & Oliver Ward

184

Phillipa Clark

187

Alan Billingsley

Dan Collins & Ryan Last-Harris

187

Sloane Dougherty

188

Kahurangi Douglas

188

Kate Edwards

190

214

Cecilia Xu

215

Erin Young

216

Anthony Yee

216

DIGITAL MEDIA James Farrow

229

Nathan Foon

229

Courtney Garrud

230

Kate Herlihy

231

Charlie Harding

232

Karl Madsen

235

Lyndon Parkinson

235

Mon Patel

237

Lauren Sanson

237

Thaneswari Silvam (Danesh) 237

ADVERTISING

Christine Shin, Eunae Cho & Chris Wong 239

Amy Cole & Natasha Wolvers

218 218

Team VEX Caleb Sawtell, Cameron Berry, Hamish Fraser, Logan Rasmussen & Josh Young 241

Rhianna Field

190

Sarsha Drakeford & Courtney Field

Alise Flannery

192

Renee Gibbs

220

Laura Foster

193

Liana Gutschlag

220

Emma Fotheringhame

193

Grace Hartwell

220

Alex Hawkhead

194

Meg Howie

194

Taylor Manley & Madison Wright

222

Lara Frizzell

242

Celeste Holmes

196

Josh Orrell

222

Christine Luiten

244

Rhiannon Josland & Josie Schultz

199

David Smith & Emma Bramley

225

Rachael Jupp

200

Emma Stainthorpe

225

Stacey Kerr

200

Stephanie Tidey

226

JongHo (Nick) Lee

200

Simone Watts

226

Chloe Lassen

202

Huei Yin Wong

226

Ashleigh Lyall

204

Rachel Lynch

204

Pech-Sreylak Mao

206

Natalie McMurray

206

Thomas Middleton

206

Laura Munro

208

Olivia New

208

ILLUSTRATION ZoĂŤ Deans

242

Phoebe Morris

247

Ami Rogers

249

Jasmin Walles

249

301


INDEX OF STUDENTS AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN

VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN James Allen

253

Dwight Booysens

253

Matthew Bray

254

Jason Khoo

254

Chris Koole

254

William Nicholson

257

Daniel Sheldon

259

Arti Patel

259

Manoocher Zarif

259

INTEGRATED DESIGN Allen Kong

260

TRANSPORT DESIGN Kevin Chou

262

Andrew Ogilvie

262

302

POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

MDES Nils Blum

GRAPHIC DESIGN

286

Jessica Clarkin

287

Tamara Kan

289

Claire Hackett

290

Rahul Mukherjee

290

Kieran Stowers

291

Tim Turnidge

292

Michael Cannon

265

Elton Cheng

265

Veronica Cordero

267

James Daniel

268

Emma Davies

268

Thomas Harrison

271

Terry Hilder

271

Rexanne Hilliam

273

Zara Huddleston

273

Haejee Kim

274

Tasmin Kirkley

274

Jendi Logan

275

Alenka Logan

277

Mathew Jarry

296

Erin McWilliams

277

Tam Webster

297

Jessica Pearson

277

Ben Oliver

278

Amy-Liz Robinson

280

George Scott

282

Sara Wilk

282

Katrina Sherwood

282

Sonya Withers

293

David Woolley

294

Zhinqing Yu

295

PG DIP FINE ART AND DESIGN


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