We caught up with Anisha & Gabija to find out how they’ve been keeping their creative juices flowing throughout lockdown and beyond.
Thanks to a series of simply themed challenges set by their course leader, students have been encouraged to develop their skills while working to a quirky brief. They’ve experimented with forced perception, abstract art, translucency, and most recently the colour yellow – we think the results are amazing.
“Being in lockdown, I really wanted to take this time to learn new skills and programmes to better my practice as a designer. I also think it’s important to stay creative and try to keep workflow. I really look forward to each new challenge”
“This GIF was one of the most exciting projects for me, as I used a brush in Photoshop to create the smoke – a skill I’m sure will be really useful in the future”
A big thank you to both Anisha & Gabija for sharing not only their incredible pieces of work, but also their personal experiences of adjusting to a life online.
Its great to see digital platforms creating such striking results. If you’d like to see more of their work, follow @uog_digital_media on Instagram.