Two Bristol students have won prestigious contemporary design prizes for their modern interpretations of everyday items.
The 'my:hab' was inspired by abandoned tents at Glastonbury
Textile student Megan Taylor's plywood and rubber 3D wallpaper scooped her £1,000 and a commission to design part of DKNY's new Bond Street store.
And fellow University of the West of England student James Dunlop also won at the New Designers Exhibition.
His 'my:hab' shelter was inspired by tents at the Glastonbury Festival.
After watching thousands of revellers abandon their water-logged tents at the 2005 pop festival, he came up with plans for an environmentally-friendly temporary accommodation unit.
It is made from two recycled plastic components and a weather-treated cardboard skin.
Mr Dunlop said of his award: "It has given me an enormous confidence booster and has reassured me of my ability to create good ideas. I am definitely going to pursue a career as a designer."
The New Designers exhibition sees 3,000 students showcase their designs and compete in 20 different categories.