Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Tea Blog

Tea BLog by Ellie Harrison is an excellent insight into the the thoughts of a tea lover. Created over three years, the blog documents every thought that was in the artist's head when she had a hot drink. Although the project is now complete, well worth flicking through.

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Intelligence in Lifestyle

Stunning layering of monotone image, soft background and colour. Highly striking and attractive

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Lost & Found

Another fantastic Illustration from Oliver Jeffers from one of my favourite children's books. Highly recommend visiting his website at

My First Crush by Julia Pot

I have a real soft spot of Illustration/ Animation and this is possibly one of the most feel good ones i've seen.

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

The Barbican Estate: City of London

To coincide with my dissertation subject, I thought it fit to post images of possibly one of the most unique council estates in the country. A hugely miss-understood project, the Barbican represents a snapshot of Post-War Britain, incorporating 50s ideals of luxury and the 60s obsession with concrete.

Friday, 26 November 2010


Found this when flicking through Find the soft, ghostly quality of the images beautifully simple.

Sunday, 21 November 2010

Maaike Schoorel at the British Art Show

Maaike Schoorel - Jemima Nude, 2007

Fascinating series of canvases which evoke the fleeting nature and ambiguity of memory and recollection. Predominantly white on white, the image slowly becomes clear the longer you look at the painting.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

Authorised Space

An adaption of the Unauthorised project - Authorised space was based on retail - specifically the selling of cutlery. Ideas of rawness, materiality and natural timbers was the basis of project. I wanted to create a market atmosphere of bustle, interaction and sound.

Unauthorised Space

Introductory project based in our studios. Working on ideas of honesty and truth in design - hence the use of the typewriter. Any mistake made on a typewriter can not be rectified, and even if the document is destroyed it always remains imprinted onto the in ribbon.

Saturday, 4 September 2010

Family Tree

A small personal project to create a graphic identity for my family tree.