On Friday morning we were set out to draw interesting buildings London. I walked around Aldgate and Liverpool Street area and took some images and well as doing some sketches of the buildings surrounding the areas. These drawings that I have done are some rough sketches and they are not perfect at all. They are just simple sketches and I have applied the techniques that I have learned from the last week workshop. Besides feeling super cold while drawing these sketches, I really enjoyed doing these drawings because I didn’t have the pressure of making them look perfect and I can expressed my creativity.
It is much thought about and much discussed subject for we all collect. We collect friends, informations, knowledge, memories, experiences and sometimes even dreams. For me, I collecting is a type of art that we don’t often appreciate. I get inspirations by going through things I’ve been collecting over the years, I always thought to […]Read more "Collect, Analyse & (Re)Assemble: The Art of Collecting"
1.) Disclosure-Latch Ft. Sam Smith This song literally gives me goose bumps because not only it has got kind of an eerie feel to it but it was a very personal song that meant a lot to me and someone that used to be apart of my life and that person is no longer with […]Read more "The soundtrack of our lives: Song choices"
For this project, the task was to create a poster series, minimum of 3 posters (A2 size), pick three tracks and illustrates and represent the essence of how music that we listen to makes us feel. I was thrilled to do this project because it was something that I have not done before and I […]Read more "The soundtrack of our lives: Experimenting"
Last weekend I was trying to organise some of the things that I have been collecting for many years and they’re starting to piling up. I always find it very hard to throw things that I feel that they have sentimental value to them. Ever since I was little whether it is birthday cards, hand […]Read more "Project: Day Travel card book"
Yup, when I saw the title of this brief I was shocked, scared, nervous, yet exciting because it’s going to be a taught challenge and a good experience too. After a long christmas holiday break, I think we’re all just itching to draw and grab some colour pencils and do what we do best and […]Read more "The 100 Briefs, in 1 Day"
Letterpress was used in everyday printing technique for 5th centuries, until offset lithography took over. The inks applied to the surface of metal type, which has a raid surface with a reverse image, like a rubber stamp and the type is pressed against paper to make an impression. The final outcome, finished article would have […]Read more "Typography Part 2. Letterpress Tutorial"