Sunday, 7 June 2009

Poster For Print

This is the PNG of the image file type that actually works for this blog after days of trying. It show the colour and how the dictionary should be used.

Mark Wallinger The Russian Linesman & Sentence

Annoyingly i cannot find the photos i took at this exhibition they are lost somewhere in the depths of my hard drive, however this image taken from, shows the russian linesman at the 1966 world cup final. Victory or not.

In this exhibition at the Hayward Gallery i found the juxtaposition of image and language quite compelling, to extent that their was no relationship. I would be listening to a piece of writing by James Joyce and be looking at scientific photographs of heads from the 19th century. The idea that i am looking at is the juxtaposition of language. The power of two different sets of thoughts placed together as one. In this case i have used a 'The Ballad Of Persse O'Reilly' by James Joyce and an article from this saturdays guardian about 'OMG: Kirstie Allsop Caught on Twitter'. I have used the first four words of each alternate line and placed them together. This can also allude to the surrealist automatic writing technique, but i am interested how dfferent sets of languages from completely different context and times read together. I want to explore this for the exhibition on the theme 'Sentence'.

Timeless Toy

Grand Day Out

Pop Machine

Thursday, 4 June 2009

40 Paper Dimensions

The project at hand was to design a dictionary. The dictionary had to contain forty words, in whatever way i chose to represent. I wanted to keep literal and in focus upon something that can be used and is useful. Paper and paper sizes are something that have always been of a concern in terms of what size i want to work with and what would be best for the printed outcome. I wanted to represent paper dimensions physically. Within this poster i have taken an image of the installation an represented it as a piece of information. The information follows the same system as the installation itself. I have also used the typeface DIN Mittelschrift for its clarity.

Poster held by Alexandra Victoria Connor

Wednesday, 3 June 2009


Project by my friend Rokas Rach which i was asked to model as a modern day dandy. Check out his other very impressive fashion Photography at

Photographer: Rokas Rach
Models: Symara & Alexander Martin Hough
Hair & Makeup: Kenny Leung & Joana Espargo
Styling: Hannah Louise Murphy
Assistant: Alexandra Victoria Connor
Courtesy of

Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Mothers Day Card

I found this image of the card i made my mum for mothers day. After a large amount of vector based work it felt good to get out the inks again. I did an ink drawing of the south downs that has been occupying the desk in my room, its just one of those photos that are always just there.