Leeds College of Art students win gold at Creative Conscience Awards

21 July 2016

Two final year Visual Communication students, Lucy Everitt and Victoria Nelson won gold at the Creative Conscience Awards on 30 June 2016 in London.

Creative Conscience’s aim is to inspire designers to apply their talents to socially valuable projects, promoting sustainability, freedom, social health and well-being.

Lucy and Victoria both studied BA (Hons) Visual Communication.

Lucy won with her fashion and textiles collection of embroideries which explore the issues women are facing in modern society, whether that is their portrayal within the media or their oppression in the modern patriarchal society. 

You can see Lucy’s work here 

Victoria won with her project Imagine. A book to help children become less absorbed within digital technology by encouraging them to creatively play with nature and use their imaginations away from screens.

You can see Victoria's work here

 Creative Conscience Awards