Exciting work designed and made by both 2nd year and graduating Jewellery & Silversmithing students from the ‘Bespoke and Make Studio’ at The Cass. The pieces are inspired by and reflect an individually chosen song. The selection of songs were originally pressed by the EMI record label in their vinyl factory based in Hayes, Middlesex.
I decide to make a love token. I took impressions of shapes from my acrylic painting, and then through the process of lost wax casting, created the final work.
Links black Africa with white Britons, rural tribes with urban tribes, raw and re-used material. Informed by the sounds, attitudes and mores of The Sex Pistols' 'Anarchy in the UK'
Locket is inspired by The Beatles song 'I will'. The words have been immortalised in white enamel on the locket. The locket also contains a silhouette of a woman.
One of the typical travellers musical instruments, the tambourine is the essence of the most distinctive features of the Gypsy nation: extreme emotions, drive, movement and musicality.
In my piece I tried to express melodic lyricism versus the sharpness of Kate's voice in my object. I went for very calming round shapes featuring sharp edges and a splash of red enamel.
A brooch which plays with the movement of the music, it moves and changes its shape as the music changes rhythm. The brooch combines vinyl rigidity and fluidity of music.
The design was inspired by The Beatles song, ‘Taxman’. I chose a bracelet for its round shape as it is never ending. Just like the money we always have to pay the Taxman.
Left: Carol Sing, 'Box' Song: 'Chopin' Right: Jennifer Marcal, 'Floating Visions' Song: 'The Way You Look Tonight', Frank Sinatra
Left: Imogen Allan, 'Interlocked' Song: 'Wouldn't it be nice', Beach Boys Right: Josephine Louisa Wood, 'Teardrop' Song: 'The Man in the Station', John Martyn
Left: Jane Sprague, ' Coronet Napkin' Ring Song: An extract from the ballet 'Swan Lake", Tchaikovsky Right: Deborah Belli, 'Rebirth' Song: 'Atom Heart Mother', Pink Floyd
Left: Chris Townsend, 'A Start and an End' Song: 'Time', Pink Floyd Right: Jayne Fowler, '3.41' Song: 'Ebony and Ivory', Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney
Left: Kajsa Malmstrom, 'Sump Earcuff' Song: 'Sump', Celia Hempton Right: Graham Stapleton, 'Kerenhapptic' Song: 'Any Colour You Like', Pink Floyd
Left: Catherine Hart, 'The Great Gig in the Sky' Song: 'The Great Gig in the Sky', Pink Floyd Right: Maciek Szpicer, 'Nothing' Song: 'Black and Tan Fantasies', Duke Ellington
Recent news from The Cass
Entry deadline: Midnight on Monday 2 July 2018
Cass Projects and Tower Hamlets Council are delighted to announce the launch of a artwork competition.
Designs by Cass Alumni Casswell Banks and Yinka Ilori make final of Dulwich Pavilion competition organized by the London Festival of Architecture.
The Cass to exhibit at Europe’s largest annual architecture festival.
Cass architecture alumnus is one of ten winners in design competition from London Festival of Architecture
Top animator Richard Haynes to exhibit postgraduate project exploring nostalgia at The Cass Summer Show
Art courses at The Cass ranked fourth in The Guardian’s University League tables 2019.
25 May- 5 July
A selection of photographs and memorabilia from the Brady Clubs Archive exhibited at Aldgate gallery
Postgraduate students from across the University had the opportunity to present their research findings to students from other areas, promoting cross-collaboration and peer-review.
Cass Architecture Lecturer is selected for groundbreaking scheme pacing new generation of planners in local government
The Cass is delighted to announce two high level appointments at the school: Peter St John as Professor of Architecture, and Dr Matthew Barac as Reader in Architecture.
Cass furniture students exhibiting their work at two events during celebrated annual design festival.
Senior lecturer Chi Roberts shares some exciting news about this year's Cass Foundation course shows.
18 May-9 November 2018
Work by Cass Photography alumni features in major exhibition at Museum of London Metropolitan University.
Thursday 7 June 2018, 2pm and 6pm
The Cass Salon 2018 promises a “beautifully wrong, sublimely scandalous" live interactive installation of new fashion talent.
Students from London Met’s Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design showcase their talent with a season of summer events.