A recent graduate from the Birmingham institute of Art & Design, BA (hons) Visual Communication (Illustration)
Big Framed Shapes was a project I created for my final major project at university. The idea behind it was to break down the barriers of ‘fashion’ to the public, so they can essentially build their own outfits, onto an alternative mannequin. A bright, vibrant, and inviting piece of interactive sculpture that could be in any setting to entice people into playing with the clothes rail. The clothes rail being made of two profile heads, also working as pieces on their own.
‘Sunbathing at the beach’ and ‘The man who weighed thoughts’ are editorial inspired illustrations. I took existing articles and attempted to create dynamic illustrations for them.
‘Mundane and ordinary’ is a project where I wanted to illustrate everyday happenings into an interesting composition. 3D work and my first publication were created for the project, which can be seen on my website.