Repeat pattern paper cut of flowers out of black card.
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Monday, 8 November 2010
The YCN briefs are out again for this year so i thought i would take this opportunity to show you what i submitted last year. My outcome was a paper tea party based on the mad hatters tea party from alice in wonderland. The idea was that people would recieve a blank cake box slice invitation that they had to decorate and bring along with them. This would help show off their own creativity as well as the diversity of the paper Fedrigoni produce.
Tuesday, 2 November 2010
Some print experimentation from earlier this year. Papercut repeat patterns that were then printed over with to create interesting effect. These would look lovely as screenprints, something i hope to develop in the future.
Thursday, 28 October 2010
An older piece of my work. Experiment typography project completed october 2009. This project focused on creating large lettering in an experiment type which were then photographed in a variety of urban locations. The typeface was created from triangles to promote a type event in which 3 speakers were the focus of the event. The typeface relates to the 3 speakers and the bold lettering creates interest to the event. Below is the experimentation and final outcome of the project.
Friday, 22 October 2010
This 3D paperwork was inspired by science and the universe. Three dimensional paper spheres and cut outs were created from all white paper. They were then photographed and the imagery used on a poster to promote the genius of paper.
Paper cut design for loose leaf tea packaging. Design uses bright coloured inner box underneath the cut through outer packaging to create an interesting and unique packaigng design. The range features 3 cut through designs for different varieties of tea packaging and could easily be extended for more varieties.
Tuesday, 18 May 2010
Closure was an exhibition held last summer at artworks mk gallery and afterwards at Northampton university. Luckily my book was accepted into the exhibition. The book features hand drawn and cut paper butterflies on wire escaping from the book. I also crocheted paper chains which were attached to wire which also 'escaped' from the book.