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by Francesca Thompson
Drama and Theatre Arts student, Francesca Thompson reached out to us earlier in the year to submit her very own creative adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.
by Hannah-Michelle Bayley
As a 2015 Media and Communications Goldsmiths graduate I was fortunate enough to discover that I am utterly besotted with illustration. In the following autumn I enrolled on an MA course ...
by Emma Paoli
Blackout poetry can be seen as the creation of author, illustrator and web-designer Austin Kleon in 2005. It was used as a technique to overcome writers block, and he started to form...
by Jaber Al-Tobaishi
I am a third year Media & Communications student specialising in Photography. Currently I am working towards my final photography project which explores our understanding of landscape...
by Nicharee 'Milk' Phatitit
Milk [Nicharee Phatitit] is a Media and English student at Goldsmiths from Bangkok, Thailand. She writes often, but she also wrongs. Her specialty is short verses and haikus to capture the moment as an alternative compensation for photography and sketches. The poem ‘141016’ was written as a personal response to the death of the King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, but also with the intention to explore the universal human inability to express grief through words.