The Found Object brief that I had to create a display for was a second-year project, this was a brief that I had much fun with and got to put my creative skills to the test. For the Found Object brief, my role was to create a display on any found object that I had at home as it was during the Covid 19 pandemic lockdown. The reason behind this brief was to create eye-catching displays with items that we already have. The found object that I decided to use for my display was a Blue Wkd bottle. I decided to use this as my found object because during the lockdown, pubs, nightclubs, and any place to have fun was closed. The bottles that I had were leftover in my house as that was the only place at the time where young people could enjoy a drink at the weekend. It was coming into Summer, and my home had leftover bottles, and I used this as inspiration to create something eye-catching. My idea was to spray-paint the bottles into a Summertime palette of blues, pink, yellow, and green. I used dark blue paint in the background to give a beach feel to my display, as my idea was to have my styling stand out while having an ocean blue background. I broke my glass into tiny parts and spray-painted them to fit onto a skirt, this turned out well as the skirt appeared as if it was made of stained glass. I used the bottle caps to create a bralette. I added some of the leftover bottles into the corners of my display to show the bright colours and to portray the prop that I have chosen. I thoroughly enjoyed this brief as I had to really think of what I could create with things in my house. I enjoyed designing a skirt made of glass as it was challenging, and I learned how to problem-solve. I also enjoyed the aspect of designing a bralette out of bottle caps as it looked like a wearable piece of clothing.