Here are the pictures of my final piece in the exhibition space. As there was no space on the walls, I decided to cover a table in an old bed sheet. I begun by ironing the sheet so that the table looks neat and presentable. I positioned the charts where I wanted and begun to […]Read more "Exhibition"
Finally, the Pie charts are complete, I tried to create a diverse and dynamic feeling on each chart, demonstrating the things i interactive with on a daily basis. Some more interesting than others, but thats like my daily route, so of it is boring, and sometimes it is fun! From the steps before, I have […]Read more "My Pie Charts"
I have made a key of three different coloured pins, very simply by sticking white stickers onto the top of each pin, then neatly colouring them in 3 different colours. Yellow represents good things or positive activities, orange represents irrelevant things that aren’t bad or good, and red represents bad, things that I don’t do […]Read more "Key & Pins"
Using old magazines, which I read on a day to day basis, I collaged titles for each pie chart. It was a very simple and easy process, but has a very effective outcome. The words look bold and energetic, much like half the things I get up to. I tried to keep them in order […]Read more "Pie Chart Typeface"
After making the book, I designed a Zine on Ecology. The article is designed to make people aware of using materials and wasting them at the same time. I have made this book and everything in it is handmade, i used recycled materials and reused parts of old books to stress the saving of materials. […]Read more "Design & Ecology Zine"
To help me understand an object I need to draw it, visualise it in my head and on the page in front of me. This task helped me construct a good understanding of objects brought into university. Part of my Ecology and design week. This exercise consists of 5 minute drawings of first, 5 objects. […]Read more "Understanding Objects"
This project is part of my technical studies at university. I was getting familiar using the sewing machine and making darts in the fabric, this shapes the fabric to create a particular angle, in this case a curved line for a banana. It started from dicing the paper shell of the banana and enlarging the […]Read more "Banana Pillow"