May 21 2012
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One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest - Penguin

Here is my final submission for the Penguin 2012 Competition. I have used disjointed geometric shapes mirrored on front and back, to represent the main character McMurphy, as he himself is a bit crazy and has a bad side as well as a good side. I have used the colour blue as it is very clinical to go with the setting of the book and the colour opposite orange, to compliment each other.


May 21 2012
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Screen Printing

Friday just gone, I had a great day in the print room. I have been experimenting with colour and printing posters for my personal pathway. Everything went smoothly and screen printing is something I would definitely like to do more often!


Apr 29 2012
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Experimenting with colour interaction for my personal pathway project. Overlapping primary colours to create Secondary colours which form an alphabet. I will be taking this artwork into the print room and experimenting with screen prints.

Experimenting with colour interaction for my personal pathway project. Overlapping primary colours to create Secondary colours which form an alphabet. I will be taking this artwork into the print room and experimenting with screen prints.


Apr 29 2012

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My visit to NYC 2012


I had an amazing time in New York so I thought I would share a few snap shots of what I got up to. Whilst in NYC myself and the rest of my group got the opportunity to visit 3 design studios which was very inspiring and interesting to see. We visited Wallace Church, Wolff Olins and BBH. I was very much looking forward to see everyone at Wallace Church again, as this is where I did my internship for 4 weeks last year, it was lovely seeing everybody. The work that was shown to us by all 3 design studios was amazing and a great insight of what to expect when working in the design industry. 

Myself, Michaela Mckone and Layla White got the chance to visit Milton Glaser aswel, this was an amazing experience and great opportunity. The Milton Glaser visit is normal on our trip itinery but this year he wasn’t, so Michaela brought it on her self to send a quick email to try and get us the chance to see him and ask him a few questions. Milton obviously agreed and we organised a date and time. :)

There was one thing that I kept thinking about after visiting all these different design agencies. It is a campaign a previous intern did at BBH, it was a great cause and I would love to share the link with everyone. Check the link ‘Underheard’ out - http://www.bartleboglehegarty.com/#!/northamerica

Again I did all the tourist attractions, Rockefeller, Times Square, Ground Zero, 9/11 Memorial (this was lovely to see), Brooklyn Bridge and so on.

New York never gets boring… I love it! :)

http://www.bartleboglehegarty.com/

http://www.wolffolins.com/

http://www.wallacechurch.com/

http://www.miltonglaser.com/


Apr 17 2012
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I am off to New York tomorrow to visit design companies and exhibit my work. Here are the exhibition details, if anybody is in the area please pop in and have a look!

Blimey!
An exhibition of the work of thirty four final-year photography and graphic design students from Blackpool, U.K.
17th - 22nd April, 2012
Private View : Thursday 19th April 2012 6pm - 9pm
Soho Gallery For Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street
New York, NY 10014
212.228.2810

http://sohodigart.com
 
“So let me just say……we are chuffed to bits that you are here and I’m looking forward to a great natter. I’m confident that together we’re going to keep the relationship between our two great nations absolutely top-notch.”
Barack Obama 

Open: Tuesday to Saturday 3pm-7pm


I am off to New York tomorrow to visit design companies and exhibit my work. Here are the exhibition details, if anybody is in the area please pop in and have a look!


Blimey!

An exhibition of the work of thirty four final-year photography and graphic design students from Blackpool, U.K.

17th - 22nd April, 2012

Private View : Thursday 19th April 2012 6pm - 9pm

Soho Gallery For Digital Art

138 Sullivan Street

New York, NY 10014

212.228.2810


http://sohodigart.com

 

“So let me just say……we are chuffed to bits that you are here and I’m looking forward to a great natter. I’m confident that together we’re going to keep the relationship between our two great nations absolutely top-notch.”

Barack Obama


Open: Tuesday to Saturday 3pm-7pm


Apr 04 2012

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Creative Review Feed

I submitted two pieces of my work which both got accepted onto the feed of the Creative Review website :) check the link out - http://www.creativereview.co.uk/feed?url=/feed&=&offset=2 


Mar 30 2012
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ISTD - What happened on this day

Odd’s Day

Here is my final submission for the ISTD competition 2012. To interpret the theme ‘what happened on this day’ after numerous design ideas, I went to a well-known betting establishment and recorded the punters conversations. This was a very odd day for me (hence the reason for the title and the play on writing odds) as this is not my normal daily routine, I had to blend into the background by putting the odd bet on here and there and reading a newspaper. I have been very experimental with typography and produced a very interesting read … 


Mar 24 2012
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Embossing & Debossing
A sneak peek of my penguin book cover design for ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’. I have been in the print room experimenting with embossing and debossing.

Embossing & Debossing

A sneak peek of my penguin book cover design for ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’. I have been in the print room experimenting with embossing and debossing.


Mar 14 2012
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Russian Zine - Screen Print Booklet


A little bargain I found myself for £2.50!

Handmade screen print booklet by Eleni Kalorkoti

http://www.elenikalorkoti.com/


Mar 11 2012
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D&AD - Pentagram - Typographic Circle

Here is my final D&AD outcome. I have designed a series of books for the Typographic Circle. The brief was to choose three designers that had done talks for the committee and produce a series of limited edition books purely typographical. 

I have used a five colour - colour palette across the series but only used three colours within each book and I have used the same font family throughout -  ’Caslon’. I have experimented with folds and came across this beautiful map fold which is an added extra to the ‘limited edition’ books.

I have put all three books together physically but I have also photographed them and made the images into a moving image. This is so you are able to see the full effect of the folds and how they work when opening and closing.


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