Drawing lays the foundations for numerous creative practices; from painting to sculpture, fashion design to architecture, printmaking to illustration. Whether drawing makes up a finished piece, is used to sketch-out plans, or incorporated into a multi-media installation, there are no set rules to dictate how the process should be used, which leaves endless possibilities for interpretation and exploration.
To try and capture the diversity of drawing we asked 8 creative Students to finish the sentence "Drawing is...", and share a piece of their own drawn work with us...
Livia Pinheiro - Second Year - Fashion Design and Technology: Womenswear - London College of Fashion - See more here
Laura Chafer - Second Year - Fine Art - Liverpool John Moores University - See more here
Joshua von Uexkull - First Year - Fine Art - Central Saint Martins - See more here
Maria Quintin - First Year - Drawing and Print - University of the West of England - See more here
Amber Akaunu - First Year - Fine Art - Liverpool Hope University - See more here
Olivia Brook-Alfa - Second Year - Fine Art and History of Art - Goldsmiths - See more here
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