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A cake shop made out of cake: The funky Edinburgh art show

Last updated on: June 01, 2015 10:15 IST
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For nine days in early summer, Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland is transformed into a public showcase of the work of graduating students, the majority of whom are completing undergraduate degrees.

The full breadth of the student’s work will be on display shortly, including a giant skull flanked by cut outs of comedians, a refuge made from unwanted sofas and kitsch curtains poking fun at the education system are among the attractions at this year’s Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show.

Here is a preview:

 

 

Gosia Walton poses in front of her work titled Laser Erotic at the preview for the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show in Edinburgh, Scotland. 

 

Kathryn Dunlop views Nik Karavellas work Clap if You Think You Going to Heaven at the preview for the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Freddie Thomas and her two-week-old son Winston pose in front of her work titled Theatre of Education at the preview for the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Emily Binks poses with her sculpture made using furniture she found abandoned at the preview for the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Stephanie Mann exhibits her work at the Edinburgh College of Art degree show in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

 

Connie Viney exhibits her cake shop made out of cake at the Edinburgh College of Art degree show in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Student Julie Lockhart views a glass exhibit by June Morrison at the Edinburgh College of Art degree show in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Photographs: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images 

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