This book was part of a Book Arts project for a university class. The theme of the project was to explore the use of "navigation" in the book format. For the project, I decided to create a layout of an apartment that can be opened and viewed like a book. It features the floorplan, which folds out as the book is opened, and four walls/dividers to establish the different rooms. I have decided to include the narrative of a crime scene to contrast the light-hearted and colourful illustration style I have used. It addresses the idea of “navigation” as the viewer does not necessarily have to navigate the scene like an ordinary codex format. By turning the book into a scene, I have created an alternative way to display a narrative.
One of our first attempts at screen-printing a shirt. A mix of our laziness and our hardcore selves.
Practicing crowquill inking and had myself as reference.
Imaginary Gig Poster
Spent the afternoon looking up the grungy design elements of 90's-early 00's alternative culture. It was after doodling in Photoshop when I had decided to add textual elements and make into a poster. All act names are presumably fake.
Originally for a poster, the piece became more successful once the text elements were removed. Most of the illustration was done by hatching with a 0.03mm pen, and then atmospheric elements were later introduced in Photoshop.
A little collage I had done a few months ago when I found an article clipping my mom had left on our fridge.
This was a class project in which we had to make an Infographic Self-Portrait. I decided to make mine a little more abstract decided to have disembodied hands float around anemone like clownfish in the sea. I'm pleased with my progress.
Instead of doing homework, I took some old photos and gathered them around a light-source. An object of desire.
On a day where I had some homework, I instead ventured off and made a poster for my band Masaka. Took an old photo from a photo-shoot I had done.
Touched up this old doodle for a t-shirt design to help raise money for my program's vernissage.