2010: Year in Review
To convince myself that this year hasn’t just been a complete blur of flashing lights and little else, I’ve scoured my 2010 archive of what I’ve managed to capture on film (dismissing those taken when worse for wear), and in 700pixels width worth of space, my year has been summed up below. ‘I’m up in the world, run from the lights, I’m down on my mind, run...
End of Semester
Semester One has come to an end, and so with it was a final ‘exhibition’ of our work to be displayed for assessment. In the images below is my outcome, mainly the manifesto project which is shown in ‘working order’. Using a very particular shade of both green and red, the portraits/text were layered on top of one another with a ‘hidden’ image...
The Black Keys - These Days
Moss x Star Wars
Now I’m a sucker for anything Star Wars, so these prints Olly Moss cooked up are too superb not to dedicate a post to.
Seen a few features here and there praising the new Sagmeister homepage, on taking a visit over there, the idea of using their studio space with ‘buttons’ stuck down on the floor is pretty great. It wasn’t ‘til something moved in the corner the realisation that it’s actually a 24 hour live stream of their studio kicked in. Very neat idea and definitely an upgrade...
For this final assignment of the semester I have chosen both a book and an article to delve into and relate in someway to my chosen topic of friendship, also taking a look at online relationships. My chosen book for part of this assignment is ‘The Psychology of Interpersonal Behaviour’ by Michael Argyle. In particular I have chosen the chapter titled ‘Face, gaze and other non-verbal...
‘Google Earth Captures Aerial Photos of Oil Pits’ via Colt-Rane
The end of the semester is approaching, projects are finished and ready to be displayed. Expect a rundown up soon, meanwhile, enjoy a glimpse of the studio space. State.
Latest roll; FujiColour 400 NPH loaded into an Olympus OM-1. More @ my Flickr.
So thanks to Andy for putting me onto this. An exhibition is currently on display in Berlin courtesy of Design duo Carnovsky. Titled RGB, they have designed a room where the wallpaper reacts to different coloured light. Almost an extension on the ‘Sagmeister - Made you Look’ effect & the technique I’m using for my lithoprinted Manifesto Project (Check here), but on a...