Monthly Archives: June 2010

Reconstructing the Temporary Autonomous Zone pt.4

It took ages before I actually did the intervention because I wanted to film it and I needed my then flatmate Lily to lend me her camera and help me cut the result. A couple of months passed between the … Continue reading

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Reconstructing the Temporary Autonomous Zone pt.3

After my relatively unfruitful trip to the Greenwich Heritage Centre I started concentrating on the signs again. It would have been fairly easy to mock them, and in some ways quite predictable, so I wanted to go sort of deeper … Continue reading

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So, how important is YOUR work?

Yesterday at work I was given the task to produce this image for a website I know almost nothing about. The brief was quite clear and I spent two days on it. I’m happy with the result and it was … Continue reading

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Helvetica

The last couple of works that I uploaded on the blog made me notice once more that I use Helvetica a lot, and I’m starting to get annoyed about this. I have only attended one proper course of typography in … Continue reading

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rAtstar I

This week I also did this flyer for rAtstar, the newly opened social centre in Camberwell. I started out with some random sketches as usual, trying to figure out what I understood this space to be. The first thing that … Continue reading

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Queer Picnic I

I did this flyer for the Queer Invisible Academy (of which I am part, btw). I started out with this random sketch, which I found kind of funny but not completely satisfying. I wanted to have some gender-ambiguous characters but … Continue reading

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Spaces of Production II

Because the brief requires me to make drawings of the space I’m working in, I thought I’d make some conceptual diagrams of musical instruments, to represent the context in which my project is happening. I wanted to represent the ways … Continue reading

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