Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Symbol Design

Chosen Theme: Art Movements
Sketchbook experimentations looking at simplifying the style of Futurism, Constructivism and Dadaism.

Final symbols drawn in Adobe Illustrator

Using these symbols I then placed them on top of photos to visualise what an exhibition/gallery space could look like using the symbols to represent the various themes that could run through a gallery

 Developing the idea of these symbolised gallery spaces, another idea could be to have arrows and elevator buttons to navigate visitors around the gallery.

Research project (Nottingham Castle)

     Final Outcome:

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

The Victoria Davidson Award for Graphics

Last night I won the Victoria Davidson award for Graphics

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Photoshop Tennis

Myself and John Rixon have been playing a game of Photoshop tennis recently. Starting with the top image we then send the image between the both of us, adding a little extra each time. It's coming on quite nicely. I wonder how far it can go.....

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

NY Bingo

Before the trip to NY we were given a sheet titled 'I heart NY Bingo'. To intergrate this idea into my project and break away from the A3 page I came up with the idea for a mini collaborative project with Sophie Balch and Emilie Mellor to re-make a large scale grid on the wall collaging different photos and objects under each title. I then photographed this bringing it back to the original A3 format

Saturday, 15 May 2010

New York

A few photos of many from NYC

Friday, 30 April 2010

Robert Ryan at Pick Me Up London

Rob Ryan's open studio at Pick Me Up London yesterday. A fantastic insight into the making of his delicate cutout illustrations

Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair London

A small preview of 'Pick Me Up' Graphic Art Fair in London yesterday

Thursday, 25 February 2010

3D Sequential Illustration

I spent nearly 4 weeks perfecting a large 3D illustration. When finished I took a series of photos and took a part of the illustration away each time. When reversed it gives the effect of the illustration growing from a matchbox.