Tuesday, 23 November 2010


I created this box for a project based on the ideas of personal fears. When someone looks into the box they can see themselves in a mirror. They can also see images of figures projected on their own reflection, insulting them and putting them down.

Quantum Heads Vol. II

Here's the final piece for my project on quantum theory. The heads are made of plastercine, photographed and then changed to the right colours in photoshop. They aren't quite what I hoped, but I enjoyed the act of sculpting a piece for a change.

Saturday, 30 October 2010

Quantum Faces.


I've been busy getting into the swing of second year so far, so this is the first thing I've done that I've kind of liked. It works better in RGB and as a gif, than as a printed image.

It's (very) loosely based on quantum mechanics and the idea of multiple possibilities all happening at once. Not the best example of work so far, but it's not the worst either.

More images from this project to follow.

Sunday, 12 September 2010

There Goes The Sun.

As summer draws to a close, and the time to move back to fateful Brighton moves ever nearer, I thought I'd put up some pictures of the highlights of this lengthy holiday. Bring on the freezing cold.

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Visual Diary Part Two Part Two.

Part two of my visual diary posts.

Visual Diary Part Two Part One.

Another selection from my visual diary. From this post you might think I'm on top of things. You would be very wrong. Part one of two.

LP's Vol II.

I've recently had a spending spree, as far as records are concerned. In light of this I was going to continue to post some pictures of the sleeves, but when I looked, the back of the sleeves are even nicer, and have a naivety not seen in today's record covers. Brilliant.

Monday, 30 August 2010


I went to help my mum take some things to the skip and found this record. The cover is a testament to how talented illustrators were 'back in the day', whenever that was. Scientists aren't quite sure. The music is also 'epic' in the original and truest sense of the word. 

I think we can all learn a lesson from this. Help mum's out (sometimes).

Monday, 9 August 2010


After leafing through my next-door neighbour's old records, I found this gem. Not only is the cover really nice, but the tunes aren't bad either.

Monkey See, Monkey Doodle

Continuing with my monkey picture, I tried out a new way of using my printer. After working out some rough colour values in photoshop, I painted seperate CMYK layers in ink. I then corrected the colours on the computer and ran it through the printer four times in total. After a couple of attempts I then used my dad's laserjet instead.

The colours came out a lot more vibrant and detailed. The last picture is the result.

Friday, 6 August 2010

Colour Film

A couple of scans from my last colour film, they were a lot better in the prints themselves, but my film scanner kills them a little bit.

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Visual Diary

A selection of entries from my visual dairy. I've actually quite like the last picture, which is a revelation compared to the rest of my summer work.

I'm going to try and use my inkjet printer in a more organic way later on using the last image. Hopefully another update on that soon.

Wednesday, 30 June 2010


This is the best picture we could muster. But considering we made the camera from a matchbox I think it's pretty nice.


The only good picture my Holga has ever taken.

Tuesday, 29 June 2010


I got bored, so decided to draw the baddest bounty hunter this side of Tatooine.

Monday, 21 June 2010

Canopic Jars

A set of modernised 'canopic jars'. Used in ancient times to carry the vital organs into the afterlife, these jars can be used to carry today's must have items. Each jar contains: The Internet, a Mobile Phone, an ipod and a carbonated drink of choice. Get yours today.


A close up of the CMYK half-toning on the codes we screenprinted.