Artificial Intelligence 

Future wearables & objects

Using any combination of AI design tools — such as text-to-image, AI search, conversation tools, and generative AI — entrants are challenged to design and depict how we will be wearing, using and creating objects in the future. 

Through the use of Artificial Intelligence, create design ideas for future wearables and objects with a regard for how they could be produced or manufactured. This can be silversmithing at any scale, small work, jewellery, body ornament or useful objects. 

Entrants must submit two high-resolution images of their future design showing how it could be worn or displayed, and a minimum 200-word supporting statement about their design concept, its inspiration and who it's for. Along with a suggestion of the tools and processes that could be used to achieve a manufactured outcome.

Examples of AI tools that entrants can use include Runway, Stable Diffusion, Chat GPT, Midjourney, etc. 


Judges will be looking for:

  • The amount of influence AI has had in creating this work.

  • Originality beyond current thinking 

  • To what extent could this work have been done without AI. 

  • Communication skills

  • Comprehensible and convincing presentation.

  • A smart, captivating title/name for their design

  • A3, A2 or A1 design board

Guidance & Entry Form Requirements

Entries must comply with the 2D design and submission guidelines: 

  • Good standards of visual communication and presentation will be highly regarded;

  • Description of your design, the concept and material specifications (gemstones, metals etc) must be provided on the design board.

  • Outline method/s of manufacture where relevant. 

  • Entrants are requested to declare on the entry form if they have had their design rendered by a CAD technician or a digital artist.

Techniques & Technology used: It is important that you explain the techniques you have used to make your piece i.e. gouache, CAD, Illustrator, watercolours, Procreate etc. (Max 50 words)

14 Jan

Deadline for all entry forms (midnight) - CLOSED FOR ENTRIED

16 - 18 Jan

Entry submission days @ the Goldsmiths' Centre, Farringdon. 

04 Mar

Awards Ceremony @ The Goldsmiths' Hall

5 - 8 Mar

Awards Exhibition @ The Goldsmiths' Hall

13-14 Mar

Entry return & post back days


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