Sunday, 29 November 2009

Ink and Glass

video
Here is some work that I created in my Fine Art studio session this week. The video shows the projected image of a slides I created. The slide contain varying amounts of sticky tape, dried ink and wet Indian ink. I chose to video the projection of the pieces as I found that the resulting images looked very interesting. They seemed to resemble a Eukaryotic cell in both colour and structure which was even more interesting considering that the ink was between two slides (like a microscope). I found the way the ink moved across the slide quite eerie for some reason. In some slides not shown in the video I managed to make the ink move extremely slowly (about 2cm per minute). This work with ink reminded me of the work by Andrei Molodkin involving ink and oil.

Close up still.

Saturday, 21 November 2009

Weathered



Man Walking is now Weathered Clothing.

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Man Walking Logos



The above are logo ideas for the company "Man Walking - Clothing". I experimented with contrasting thin, intricate lines on the illustration with heavy, bold lines in the text. I used monotones to allow the logo to be used in a much more versatile way in the future. This logo is one of the first pieces of work I have created using Adobe Illustrator and
Photoshop together and I feel that it has worked well. I have the logo in vector form so I can use it much more diversely now. Please look at my work full screen by clicking on the image.

Monday, 16 November 2009

Tape Collection.

Here is a photo of all the different types of sticky tape I could find that I own. I have more than this but they are repeats (three rolls of masking tape) and I decided not to include them in the photo. I have this much tape mainly for use in my sketchbooks. I will soon have several new logos up on my blog that I have been working on recently.

Sunday, 8 November 2009

Climbing Montage 2



Here is another image I have created about climbing (purely for fun)

Thursday, 5 November 2009

A Portrait Of Myself.

This piece is influenced by Magrite and Baldessari.
 
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