Stacey Mead is a UK based designer who has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mead's work strives to challenge the stereotype of what a surface pattern designer should be. By working with hard materials she tries to prove that any and every surface deserves pattern and that material choice should go deeper than the materials qualities.
"Surfaces should be designed and have as much thought poured into them as the interior or product they are being used for." Stacey Mead
EXHIBITIONS AND COMMISSIONS
2019 - Tree of Prevention: Created an illustration for an academic research paper
2018 - The Old Fire Station Oxford, Exhibition
2018 - Graduated from Swansea College of Art as a First Class Master of Design
2018 - New Designers Week 2 - Stand FP39
2018 - SA1 Balustrade installed in library of new UWTSD campus in the SA1 area of Swansea
2018 - National Waterfront Museum - Exhibition of digital work.
2018 - Object Rotterdam - Exhibited as part of Rotterdam Art Week in the Netherlands.
2018 - Utility House - Commission to design the interiors of an office building in Bristol.
2017 – SA1 – Won a competition to design a glass balustrade in the library of the new UWTSD campus in the SA1 area of Swansea
2017 - New Designers Week 1 - Stand JC66
2016 – National Waterfront Museum, exhibition of print designs.
2016 – Premiere Vison Paris, exhibited fabric samples on Billidowcar stand.
2015 – National Wool Museum of Wales, 2nd Place, competition to make a product for their shop.