Kathryn Round is a designer, researcher and educator whose work is inspired by the challenge of collaboration, often incorporating recycled graphic elements from the local environment, it’s people, places and special things.
Recent projects have included designing and styling a publication about campervan culture for the band Afterrabbit ‘3 Songs and a Camper Van’, designing bomber Jackets incorporating photographic imagery of Candy Tomlinson’s Legendary battered leather biker jacket and a replica of Barry Sheene’s iconic Suzuki no.7 jacket, and most recently exploring the vivid cultural diversity of Brixton, where she lives.
Her Work has been exhibited in the The Science Museum London, the Triangle gallery Chelsea College of Arts-motorcycle cultures fashioning Bikes, building Identities, Grennan Mill Thomas town – Kilkenny arts festival
Key contributor to Print Make Wear Author Melanie Bowles Laurence King 2015.
Kathryn is a senior Lecturer in printed textiles at Chelsea college of Arts and a member of TED Research group.