Art by Santa France

Santa France

The visual artist using the uncanny nature of 3D software to explore life at the intersection of the digital and physical

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The Crit

Illustration by Lily Kong

No Regrets

Studying art and design is often framed as a risky decision. Jack Williams argues that instead of shaming students for choosing to follow their passion, we ought to look to universities to teach them how to make their skills relatable to working life.

Illustration by Calum Heath for Intern ©

Epic Fail

Laura Gordon explains why failure is vitally important for creativity and why education's framing of it is deeply counter-intuitive

Illustration by Sumena Owen for Intern ©

Whitewashed

Jaheed Hussain has never been taught by a BAME tutor, visiting lecturer or industry professional in time at university so far. Now he's pushing for change

A New Revolution with Ace & Tate

Silva Baum, Claudia Scheer and Lea Sievertsen of Notamuse photographed by Mina Aichhorn for Intern Magazine ©

Makers, not Muses

While studying together, Silva Baum, Lea Sievertsen and Claudia Scheer quickly noticed a severe lack of women in the curriculum and conferences they were being presented with. So they created a platform to showcase and learn from their role models.

Marie Ducrocq

The ECV Paris student exploring future-focussed themes with sharp and experimental design work

“We are one another’s greatest allies: No female friend or colleague has ever shied away from telling me her wage”

Ruby Goss digs deep into the gender pay gap's prevalence in the creative industries
Graphic design by Simoul Alva

Simoul Alva

The adventurous graphic design graduate from National Institute of Design shaking up the world with her unmissable portfolio

Product Design by Scott Crawford

Scott Crawford

The Gray's School of Art graduate combining traditional techniques and natural materials with new technology to create stunning minimal objects.

Stephanie Fung

Bold, experimental and intoxicating 3D design from the The London College of Communication student.