This short documentary is an invisible middle age man called Tom. We tried to capture a raw insight of the highs and lows of being invisible. We were luck enough to document particular actions and traits of being invisible, such as the struggle of getting a job, to everyday actions like shopping when being invisible… […]Read more "Tom the Hollow Man"
This is the beginning of a weeks long project called ‘Tom the Hollow Man’. In a group of 5, working against time, recreated our own perception of an invisible man. Starting by making a frame for the glasses. Using a triangular design to hold the glasses with 3 points of contact, allowing the puppeteer to […]Read more "The Hollow Man – Glasses"
To make the curtain surrounding the bus stop, needed to create a wooden structure that would sit on top and not damage the bus stop. I started by sawing strong timber and attaching 2 side pieces, all previously measured. I drilled 2 more pieces of plywood to support the structure at either ends. Next I […]Read more "Bus Stop Curtain"
Escaping a purpose. I wanted to reconstruct a space with the area of a London Bus stop. This is a project on ‘escape’, escape can mean many different ways and in certain context have very different traits. Whether its physical or mentally. Im looking into the contextual form of escape. Escaping from what we see […]Read more "BUS STOP ESCAPE"
Below is the step by step process of the mouth guard camera. Using the simple touch of an iPhone cover as an attachment for filming with an iPhone, I started by sanding and shaping a piece of metal which I will attach the iPhone case to using a glue gun. I made sure the metal was […]Read more "Mouth Guard Camera"
These pictures where taken from a day trip to Cranbrook Estate. It is a very interesting space, situated in Bethnal green. It is made up of a number of large housing some small others skyscrapers. It is an open community, which leads towards Victoria Park. Unfortunately, the architect and council could not source the money […]Read more "Cranbrook Estate"
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"