A series of posters celebrating the shapes left behind by Southwark council workers after painting over graffiti.
originally started as a street photography project, after collecting a substantial collection of photos I compiled them into a book to document these forms. The book starts with abstract close ups and as the reader flicks through, whilst covering up each previous image with the next, the shapes are slowly brought more and more into context. Allowing the reader to discover the topic of the book itself. Aiming to create a contemplative reaction similar to as if they were reading an art book
Action On Hearing Loss Paper
An experience to mirror the effects of hearing loss.
To raise awarness of hearing loss i have created a unique peice which aims to disrupt everday experiences through altering the objects we interact with.
This disruption of the environment evokes feelings of confusion, isolation and frustration. As the paper progresses. details become distorted. Photos are increasingly cropped to mouth and hands as the paper progresses. As these are the main communication areas sufferers from hearing loss need to focus on.
Through drawing on real life accounts and experiences for inspiration I have created a 54 page newspaper which will act as a visual journey through progressive hearingloss.
A Boyhood Blitzed By War Book
A book created for a story submitted by Alan Tizzard.
The book follows a real life account of Alan’s experience as a young boy in the Anderson shelter at the bottom on his garden in Lewisham during one night of the blitz.
As Alen’s words give such an intermit and detailed discription of his time in the cramped home made air raid shelter, we decided put his words back into the context they were founded in.
Embossed front and back cover reminiscent of the galvanised corrugated iron sheets that layered his shelter. Title faded and worn such as the stamps created by the numerous Anderson shelter manufactures. subtly designed not to attract attention and to be inconspicuous from above.
A time laps photo series uses the still standing railway arch acting as a frame for this story as well as a stage for this “spectacular show” as time passes throughout the night, making the reader “mearly a spectator” as Alan describes his experience
Power Moves Branding
Conceptual brand identity for 'Accelerationist' Chess Club 'Power Moves'
A brand identity packed full of the progressive energy of the accelorationism movement. Using a chess board inspired grid to create 3 interchangeable custom typefaces which can be used along side each other to create various branding material.
The three typefaces develop their personality from the structure of the previous. This is done to reflect the 'three moves ahead' mentality popular in chess as well as the developing image of the accelerorationist theory.
A website created to make art through the process of frustration.
harnessing the power of internet frustration to create personalised prints delivered to your door. The website uses dark pattern processes to guide the user through the website in an unpracticle fashion. With misleading links and frustration associated visuals. The user is tempted to continue the the process for the prospect fo “FREE ARTISTS PRINTS