This post contains a collection of work completed on my current course (UAL Foundation Diploma in Art and Design), focussing on developing observational drawing and life drawing skills.
Below are images from my Deconstruction Fashion and Sportswear projects, including work based on the historical fashion displayed at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
Below are images of my architectural design work from both my AS Graphic Design Exam and from my experience working as an intern for Jonathan Rhind Architects.
During my current course, the UAL Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, I have also done research into sustainability and architecture as part of the Interactions project for 3D Materials.
During my day off on a Friday, I work as an intern for Jonathan Rhind Architects. I thoroughly enjoy working there and it has given me a chance to practise some hand-drawing and CAD skills.
This project is from the 3D Material rotation, which explored animation through the creation of phonotropes.
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After trying to create an outcome using a Batik style, I decided to create another outcome that had more of a 3D element. So I continued to experiment using crochet.
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Below are images from the project for the Graphic Design rotation, in which we had to create our own typeface.
From the beginning of this project I tried to focus on ways to create a typeface made out of real materials instead of using the computer.
After experimentation I decided to create my own textile for the typeface, using PVA and tissue paper. The idea was that this would create plastic-like and transparent material, so that light could create colourful shadows when shone through it.