Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Reading List

This is a post that I've been wanting to for quite a while now, I am as; you may or may not know a magazine/book addict, not for just any magazines/books but art/design/interior etc. Any spare money I have will most likely be spent on buying the new issues and new books that I've had sitting in my wish lists for months. Being someone who follows a lot of blogs, its not often that I see reading lists of good design magazines/books and thought it might be a nice idea to share some of mine with you. I'm not trying to force my opinions on anyone or been asked to do this, I just thought it might be helpful to anyone, like me looking for some recommendations.

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Final Yeah Projects Pt4 // National Gardening Week Campaign

(Warning, this might be quite a long one)!. 

National Gardening Week is an organisation help by the Royal Horticultural Society which happens once a week, every year and aims to get people of all ages and professions involved with gardening and helping out in the community. Despite this being their aim, there is very little advertising and promotion for the cause, meaning that this isn't always met.
As someone who has always had a bit of an interest in gardening and in recent years gardening interiors, I found out the event whilst looking around the web at groups, workshops and organisation aimed at young adults/ adults with this interest. After doing a little research on the RHS and NGW I soon realised that promotion was something they were lacking and thought this would be a great project to just and work on.

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Final Year Projects pt3 // The Art Of Sci & Tech

This was a little brief set by Human Studios to re design the poster for their Sci & Tech exhibition which was to be held in Barcelona next year. Originally myself and Gemma started working on a 3D piece, constructing the words Sci & Tech out of found objects such a nuts, bolts, pins etc seen below. We loved this idea as it gave us the chance to mess around with  3D elements and then later worked up on photoshop. Sadly it ended up getting quite complicated and although we loved the outcome of the photographs, we found it incredibly difficult to apply it because of its shape and state.