Maria Ines Gul
My final project is an experiment into non-linear narratives and the language of visual archetypes. The project is an exploration of the stages of the creative process, a dangerous journey through a mysterious land.
Graduation Coat is a self-therapy, celebration of decorativeness; a piece of workwear and a fashion object – protective armour decorated with symbols of good fortune, a diary of the process, of difficulties and scars.
Just like the piece, I locate my practice in between disciplines, art and design, interested in working with both commercial and autobiographical pieces.
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2015
I am a visual artist based in London, with a strong interest in illustration and textile narratives.
I have worked with Tate, London Fashion Week, John Lewis, Rookie, London Transport Museum, Royal College of Art, Drawn & Quarterly, Urban Outfitters, The Fader, Penguin Random House, Gemma Cairney, Kuš!, Cosmopolitan and Pull & Bear.
- BA Graphic Design, University of Arts Poznań, 2013
- Burberry Design Award, 2013