Set across three galleries, the 'FUTURES' degree show encompassed the work of over 500 students from the fields of Animation, Fine Art, Fashion, Graphic Design, Illustration, Jewellery, Photography, Interior Architecture, Furniture and Product Design.
One of London's biggest graduate shows, FUTURES attracted more than 5,000 visitors eager to experience the best of what 2014's graduating students had to offer.Fine Art student Roberto Landin showcased his HERM Trinity sculptures, combining his skills in painting and ceramics to explore perceptions of body and gender, and Animation student Alex Crowley impressed with his humorous stop-motion animation.
Also grabbing attention was the photography work of Johannah Churchill and Joelle Elgy, who both had their final projects featured online in the Telegraph's graduate showcase.
Johannah's look at the experiences of NHS workers and Joelle's depictions of the emotional connection between mother and son were thoughtful, meditative studies with a strong visual resonance.
Tereza Cervenova took inspiration from the Japanese poetry form haiku for her final year photography series, which has since scooped her a coveted yellow pencil in the 2014 D&AD New Blood Awards.