2022 Grad Show Recaps
Check out some our partner school’s 2022 featured graduates and their work showcased at the EOY exhibitions around Aotearoa.
Calais Soper: ‘Freckl’ – spot-loving creative campaign that links young adults to an accessible Ai-backed chatbot assistant, taking the pain out of tracking their various freckles and moles
Chas Clark: ‘IwishIcould’ is a participatory design project that connects people and creates a community that inspires and nurtures, allowing each and every one to express themselves in a public realm, unfiltered.
Hailey Cadzow: “Made using Unreal Engine 5, Catch-Combat is my personal take on the third person action genre. “
Emma Buchan: “This concept works to unveil Dunedin as a destination and promote the festival through shapes that offer a subtle reference to brass instruments.”
A snapshot of some of the featured students at this year’s Wellington Grad Show at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington
Guadalupe Taboada: “Check App” an app designed for self-breast-examinations and education.
Maiya Mason: ‘Sustainable Design Prototype’ This project uses app development design concepts to create a product that is sustainable and beneficial for selected target markets, for this project I chose to focus on university students.
A snapshot of some of the featured students at this year’s Ara graduate show, ‘Pitch‘
Tamara Camlek: ‘A place where you belong’ explores the concept of bilingualism and the effect it has on cultural identities of young bilingual individuals.
Rachael Boe: The All4Paws campaign is an effort to encourage those looking to welcome a new pet member into their family, to consider adopting an animal from a shelter.
Gabriella Woodman: For When You’re Stuck offers itself as a contemporary graphic translation of traditional mental health and wellbeing resources, as a means to provide greater access and equity of mental health for youth.
Naixuan Sui: “Winner”, this project is a short dystopian CGI film that intends to highlight the reality of social status and social class differences from the perspective of capitalist monopoly.
A snapshot of some of the featured students at this year’s graduate show a Yoobee’s Creative Digital Design Student Exhibition, Kaleidoscope
Kat Urquhart: In collaboration with the ADHD community a booklet and social media campaign was created to privde insight into this Neuro different world.
Jackson Springer: The Nike x OpenSea project was part of an advertising solution following this years recent explosion in interest around cryptocurrency and NFT’s