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"
This is a DIY dolly, which will film part of the ceremony at Cranbrook estate. Inspired by skateboarding, my work is heavily effected by what I’m passionate about. This sparked the idea of creating a new object using a small skateboard. I started by cutting out layers of plywood, and drilling them together. This will […]Read more "Skate Cam"
This is a 1:25 scale, interactive model of Cranbrook Estate in Bethnal Green. It is made to demonstrate the perspective and feelings of walking down the main path which leads to nowhere. A sad and unfortunate event. The council didn’t have enough funding to by the land between the estate and Victoria Park, therefore the […]Read more "Cranbrook Estate Model"
William Burges Washstand was made in the 19th century, in 1880. Burges was a Victorian Architect and designer and designed the piece. John Walden handcrafted the Washstand. The design features a carved, painted and gilded wood, alongside a marble top and basin inset with silver; also two bronze taps. The piece demonstrates amazing skill and […]Read more "The Victorian Washstand"
This is an aluminum recycling frame designed to melt down unused plastic such as HDP and polystyrene, into chunks of plastic which can me the used for other objects, or literally recycled again back into their old properties. I started of by cutting and sanding the aluminum strips. Then using a punch, I marked out […]Read more "Recycling Frame"
Using acrylic square, I made a simple box. Firstly, I measured out a square radius around each acrylic slab using a scribe. Then, at a 45 degree angle I sanded down each edge so that the faces of the box will sit neatly beside one another. After, I attached the sides and base together using […]Read more "Uses Of Plastic"