Laser cut screen. The delicate skin of the lodge is perforated with a pattern inspired by self-replicating botanical cells and the design picks up a number of other key references to the architecture of the college – from the stuccoed white ceilings and timber bookcases of the library to the secret walled gardens at the west of the college.
Lucky Bags - contained sweets (typical pick n' mix type" plus small "toy"..... in truth, they breeched the trade description act since they were never lucky and should have been called "huge disappointment bag"
This image is the first pin I found that inspired my costume idea. The green irredescance has an eretheral feel to it, and the metallic element picks up really well against the black background. I ended up sourcing a dress for my model that is the same shade of green, and used similar green shades in the colour palette for my makeup.
"Campbell secured a piece of bone from the skeleton of the Bruce, taken when the King's grave was discovered in Dunfermline Abbey in 1818. The reliquary was to be housed below the effigy of the King. The effigy is the work of Carrick; Carrick probably designed it & may have executed the working model, but Carrick did not carve in wood and the model was passed on to a wood carver, probably a Mr. Hubert Good, for the final execution. The marble face and hands were likely picked up by…