I was lucky enough to put up some of my work under the Westway
Bridge in Portobello, London the 11th of August. It was a lot of good
stuff put up, check some of the links out: Street-artists-notting-hill and Flickr
First piece I've made, collage, paint and spray paint.
Going to draw and add more details to the clothes of my characters.
Decorative Recycling Symbol.
Was something missing, added few faireyboys popping the balloon.
I wish I had more time on this, and maybe that I was a bit more focused, but I managed to do this even though I was really ill that day. So can't complain I guess. Hope you like it, can't wait to more.
Out of the Box- Travelling tent, a commisson I finished last month. I will link it up when they have launched their website. I was asked to make an event/festival tent with a lot of characters including, singers, guitartist, cabaret acts, performers etc. I gave the entire tent wheels and a piano vehicle to transport it (music driven tent?). I added some drawn details for clothes and other elements to add something extra to the collages. Hope you like it, maybe I'll post some of the characters seperate later for you people to see. Let me know what you think!? (click image to enlarge)
My Illustration Degree show, Falmouth University College, 2010. This character is one of many made for the AOI London Bicycling Competition. I printed out 8 A3 pages with different pieces of this character, and mounted them on foamboard. The hard part was to cut around all the edges, a little bit perfectionist sometimes but it turned out alright. I wish I had printed even bigger pieces of the rest of the work to balance it out, oh well. I also designed a little box he could have on his shoulders to have my business cards on. At the last minute I 'made' the table thing to put my portfolios and a little comment book on.
After making this dude on the bike I really want to see how my work looks when printed big, maybe I'll find out one day :)
Smile With Style.
I had to take a picture with all my work arranged and organised for the final assessement. It wasn't too many projects, but a lot of work.. 10-11 projects perhapse.
Anyways, had a lot of fun bringing the Bikedude home, I think he did too..
BikeDude Keeps it Green
At the doorstep
Ok, BikeDude has had enough and heading home and away?! Even I have had enough of this guy for a while, going to bring him to London soon tho. For now Go to bed Dude, time to make some new characters, I think!
:romance and love, youth, lust and desire, life and freedom
(click on image to enlarge)
It's a special live performances from Spree, Liz Lawrence, Silverley Allen & Thirty Pounds of Bone at the Dartington Great Hall. It's a free event in end of June, made up of performances from alumni, current and postgraduate students from Dartington College of Arts.
I got this live poster brief last weekend, I managed to squeeze it in between writing a 7000 word report, organising work, mounting boards for the graduation show. I didn't have time to transfer it and add extra bits/textures, but they liked it like this anyways. I might test it out a bit later to see how it looks. I'm glad I did it eventhough I was full on finishing everything for assessment. And they might want me to work with them again, so it's all good.