From the newspapers of the future to ultra-colourful interiors, to sleek tailoring, Creative Studies students at Uxbridge College showed some of their best work.
At end of year shows, students expressed their ideas using painting, sculpture, dress-making, film, projection and audio media.
Media students Oliver Storey (17) and Ryan Deacy (19), used the theme of Dystopia to look at what the future held, illustrating their predictions through newspaper front pages, shown at the Uxbridge Campus show launched on 12 June.
One student, Devjot Bamrah, who has just graduated with Distinction from BTEC National Diploma in Art & Design, created a colourful interior based on an exploration of microscopic organisms and weather systems.
Devjot is due to take up a place at London Metropolitan University to study for a BA in Textiles for Interior Products.
Shefa Rahman (18), in the final year of a BTEC National Diploma in Fashion and Clothing, used the London Underground as the inspiration for her work. She is due to take up a place at the University of Westminster.
Film students saw their work screened at the Odeon cinema in The Chimes shopping centre, High Street, Uxbridge, on 18 June, and fashions were showcased at a catwalk show at the College's Hayes Community Campus in Coldharbour Lane, Hayes, on 20 June.
Ian Latham, Section Manager for Art, Design & Media, said: "These projects are a lot of fun - but hard work, intelligence, planning, excellent craft and technical skills and team work are needed to make them a success. These kind of subjects might have an arty-farty reputation, but design and media are a huge part of our economy and studying them here at Uxbridge College is an excellent route to a good job or a university degree."
* The winner of the Best Film award was Lois Sylvester (BTEC National Diploma Year 1) with Stolen From a Child's Imagination.