I've been working with my friend Mike Nunn on a current YCN brief for Fedrigoni paper. We're starting to explore the strength and toughness of paper rather than its fragility. We thought shooting it might be quite fun. We shall see where that takes us.
After friends surprised me with a lovely zine about penises for my birthday, we all decided to add to it and took it into the London 'Handmade & Bound' zine fair. I produced it by laser printing on recycled dalum paper.
Mapping the phone boxes of central Brighton and collating their information, I have created a map/information sheet of their information and comparing the drop in numbers of phone boxes versus the rise in mobile phones.
A series of five pop-up books retelling elements from Star Wars: A New Hope. I was drawn to how the interesting film language George Lucas chose to use in the original Star Wars films could be translated into a book. The use of wipes, fades and other transitions that don't get used much in others films inspired me to make these.
Through exploring the idea of sequences, I wanted to approach the old Shakespeare text I acquired. Gathering statistics about all the plays, I wanted to suggest an alternative way to presenting them. The graphs aimed to give a possible insight into each play's main six characters by charting the amount of speeches against the amount of words used throughout.
A project set to investigate different signage that could be used on the South Downs. I looked at using tall masts on specific hilltops, giving information about the area and creating goals and meeting points for a walk.
One of our first projects set in the second year of Graphic Design at Brighton. We were set to find grid systems within a location and document text about the location that related to the area. I chose to use song lyrics that I had been listening to at the time of photographing, that suited the area in content or mood.