More than 12,000 visitors are expected to see eye-catching artworks by university students.

Mouth-watering depictions of calorific desserts and the neon depiction of a teenage girl’s online life are among more than 500 final year University of Brighton student works on display.

They include fine art sculpture graduate Liv Thurley’s work “I liked you better when you were naked on the internet” and 3D design and craft course student Alice Stewardson’s life-like pyramid of profiteroles “Croquembouche”.

The University of Brighton’s annual Graduate Show is free-to-attend and lets visitors see the stars of the future following alumni such as fashion designer Julien Macdonald OBE or Turner Prize winners such as Keith Tyson and Rachel Whiteread CBE.

It will be open to the public between June 6 and 14 at the College of Arts and Humanities in Grand Parade, Brighton, with architecture displays at nearby Circus Street Market.

Prior to the Brighton show, fashion and textiles students will be showing their creations at Graduate Fashion Week next week at the Truman Brewery in London, with University of Brighton fashion with business studies students holding their catwalk show on June 1.