Jacob Stanley Lambert is a multidisciplinary artist and designer but this was not always the case.
Spending the majority of his twenties in various nondescript office jobs, his time performing laborious, often nonsensical tasks felt unending. with a bit of perspective, these swathes of time weren’t wasted, he was exercising his imagination, the years accrued in these atmospheres actually sharpened his ability to envisage new worlds and possibilities. at 26, he made the categorical decision to pursue a creative life, Jacob spent the next three years studying 3D Design & Craft at the University of Brighton which pushed him into the physical world of creation and exploration. During his time at BA every project was approached in a methodical research-lead manner, the pieces & projects from this period demonstrated the level of theoretical and conceptual matched with a practical hands on approach to creation.
His graduating year was unfortunately 2020, Jacob finished his degree he had enjoyed so thoroughly in a rather sorry state, no degree show and without truly completing his final pieces. This is in part why pushing forward into the masters programme at the RCA felt right. The RCA has always been the pinnacle of art and design education and knowing the calibre of alumni from Design Products specifically, this course was my first and only choice.
1st Class Degree 3D Design & Craft University of Brighton
MOO DESIGN IDENTITY AWARD New Designers 2020: Runner Up
2023: Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation Award: Runner Up