William Harden-Chaters is a recent graduate of the University of East London, class of 2012.
His work is heavily digital based and focuses on using the natural forming patterns we see each day in an abstract vision.
His love of music filters through into his design, each project and brief Read More...
The exploration of science has always interested mankind. From the earliest of cavemen to modern day austronauts, science plays a key role in our everyday lives. This project investigates the beauty and wonder of geology happening under our very own fe
Crystalline: Eternal Nebula is a conceptual project exploring crystals and was the basis of my graduate collection. The project was based around the song "Crystalline" by Bjork.
A small hand drawn then digitally enhanced collection originating in an old GCSE maths book. True Mathematics explores the complexity and reuccurence of pattern and shape within the subject of maths and geometry.
Kitsuné is a project based around the album covers of the Kitsuné album compilations. The idea was to recreate a similar image using images of people in a variety of styles of mark making, drawing and painting. The geometric formations de
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