Last week we posted details of three Printed Textile Design & Surface Pattern graduates from Plymouth College of Art and your feedback has been wonderful, thank you. Spurred on by your support for the UK’s talented graduates we are creating a series of posts which will profile graduates from a wide selection of design degree courses.
We are thrilled to begin our series by introducing you to Till Stackmann, a Product Design graduate from Sheffield Hallam University.
Till’s graduate work includes Velocity, an electric cargo bicycle that will deliver goods and services from the e-commerce market to consumer homes. Metropolitan cities throughout the world are having to face high levels of pollution that are harming both the environment and its inhabitants, Velocity aims to replace diesel run cars, vans and lorries that contribute to this global issue.
We asked Till to tell us about his aspirations for the future:
‘With the help of the graduate project, I have gotten accepted into a masters in transportation design at Scuola Politecnica in Milan where I hope to evolve my skills and find a place in this industry in the future.’
We wish Till every success in his future career!
You can view Till’s work at the Institute of Arts, Sheffield, until the 23rd of June, if you would like to know more about his work you can visit his website here, Instagram here, and connect on LinkedIn here.