Monthly archive for October2011

helmet design

I’m designing a helmet to be built for a character in a film. I did a bunch of sketches but have ended up using a pre-existing drawing as the template. I have to draw this thing in full rotation, its proving tricky to imagine your…

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A narrative of self

For a major work in my final semester I am creating a kind of life cycle self narrative that encompasses childhood. The work is a surreal landscape that is a timeline littered with childhood memories, some of these are pop-culture references, some are personal objects….

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Amnesty poster

My response to an Industry Studio brief to create a poster for amnesty international was to address China’s one child policy, and issues such as forced abortion and infanticide that surround it. As a new father this is an issue that strongly resonated with me….

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Walking both worlds part1

Project: create an illustration for an article from a business journal. Not wanting to get too bogged down in financial jargon that I don’t understand too well, I have chosen an article with a string pop-culture reference. The article is basically Jay-z’s rags to riches story and…

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The illustrated mix-tape exhibition

Our class had an exhibition and fundraiser at Yah Yah’s upstairs art space last Friday 30th sept. It was a massive success and a fun night, we raised more than expected and everyone’s work looked amazing!Yah Yah’s let us paint mural elements on the walls…

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The Illustrated Mix-tape exhibition

Our class held an exhibition and raffle night at Yah Yah’s upstairs art-space last Friday night 30th sept.It was a massive success and a really fun night, we raised more than expected and everyone’s work looked fantastic. Here are some pics of the set up…

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The Wall of Sounds.. final artwork

Cut cardboard, analogue cassette tapes, acrylic paint and digital retouching A portrait of Hayden Dewar made by cutting away at the card sleeves of analogue cassette tapes to reveal the history beneath. Skot Edwards has meticulously catalogued hundreds of these tapes for over fifteen years….

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“The wall of sounds”, The progress so far…

Posted on August 6, 2011 by NMIT ILLUSTRATION 2011 Here’s the progress so far of one of the pieces for our illustrated mix-tape show/fundraiser (sorry, bad iphone pics!). Using my buddy Skot’s vast catalogue of analogue mix-tapes, i’m creating a self portrait by cutting away at the card…

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