Students in V&A heritage challenge
The final leg of the Scottish Design Relay has been completed in Aberdeen.
The event started in Dundee last year and also visited Shetland, Orkney, Govan and Caithness.
Students from North East Scotland College and Gray’s School of Art were challenged to create a prototype inspired by their design heritage.
Over five days they worked with Aberdeenshire designer Naomi Mcintosh and the V&A’s Leanne Fischler.
Ms Mcintosh said: “This was a project without a brief which is unusual for design students.”
The 16 students created a paper installation comprising of 20 cylinders representing the ‘dandy rolls’ found in paper factories such as Stoneywood Mill.
The work will be displayed on September 15 when the V&A Museum opens in Dundee.