Lillian Hardester

Lillian Hardester

ProjectionistLondon, United Kingdom
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Lillian Hardester

Lillian Hardester

ProjectionistLondon, United Kingdom
Projects credited in
  • Character Design - 01
    Character Design - 01
  • Chaff: Issue 1
    Chaff: Issue 1My Final Major Project for my Fashion Journalism degree is a fashion and culture magazine entitled Chaff. The magazine website URL is: www.chaffmag.com The full magazine can be viewed at: https://issuu.com/chaffmag/docs/chaff-issue-1
  • Akhila Kumar Pre-Collection
    Akhila Kumar Pre-CollectionSustainable garments
  • 1666
    1666Antoanet Dimitrova is graduate photography student at University for the Creative Arts , Rochester. Antoanet is interested in digital art. Her latest project is based on the story of the Great Fire of London 1666. On the 2nd September 1666, the fire spread across the capital, causing flames to demolish buildings and creating a smell of dusty smoke. Antoanet was inspired by painter Jan Griffier, Lieve Verschuier and game artist Grzegorz Baran. She travelled to London at specific locations to search for buildings that survived the Great Fire of London. The three images in the series outline different moments during the fire. Antoanet transforms her photographs of the buildings into digital art, using her imagination as to how they might have looked on fire at that time in 1666. These buildings are still standing today.
  • Akhila Kumar Military Coat
    Akhila Kumar Military Coat
  • "Transforming Textiles" Combining Metallic's and Natural Yarns
    "Transforming Textiles" Combining Metallic's and Natural Yarns I focused on looking into natural light using a contrast of metallic and natural yarns/materials.  I was interested in creating samples that gave the illusion of movement. In this project ‘Transforming Textiles’ initially inspired by the textiles designer Sophie Mallebranche, the rich colours and the use of metallic in her textiles was what I was attracted to. I mainly focused on two samples found in the Textile Department resource/archive and trying to achieve similar structures.  I experiment