Reading Kin Design Twitter’s feed I followed the link they have posted, and guess what I found??? A picture from my presentation… Hurray!
Just look at the Michael, isn’t he sweet?
Thanks to Matt & Kevin from www.kin-design.com
Goldsmiths and Kin were working together on live NOKIA brief, where students working in groups (including me) had to design and present their exhibition stands that would communicate new SOLO (Social Location) technology.
This was 6 weeks project, where I worked alongside my friends: Lizzy Burt and Michael Richardson.
The brief of the project was to design a 5m square exhibition space in Brick Lane that would communicate Nokia’s new ‘social location’ technology. The outcome had to capture visitor’s attention and tell the story with simplicity and innovation.
This project was an interesting and challenging journey, as my main aim was not to create something beautiful, beneficial to a society but opposite – to create negativity that people would remember and talk about. As an artist I was re-shaping an old area’s face. I was designing its new mood, playing with people’s feelings, their emotions, with a hope to shock and leave them scared and terrified.
This film was created to illustrate my research for Design Project called: Birth. Marriage. Death. I was working in Death’s group and researching how people preparing themselves for death and what do they want to do before they will die. Enjoy!
Brief: to analyse a location allocated by the course coordinator and identify the means by which the space has been organised to effect the particular use of that space. My task was to change the way the space is used, perceived or experienced by designing and implementing small intervention.
SOMNIPHOBIA – a fear of sleep.
Researching Somniphobia, I carefully examined the causes of this phobia and came up with bed linens design, which should help people to build back their lost confidence, feeling of security and wash their fear away…
This project was my first project being as a student at Goldsmiths. Our task was to create an artifact that would represent us to a person we don’t know. I have created this Love & Hate measure showing the things I like and I don’t. More mm value the thing has, more love to this thing I have.
The brief was to design a flyer for the lectures to be given by Wolfgang Weingart, using A5 size paper, either landscape or portrait, maximum 2 fonts and up to 3 colours. Before starting our designs, we had to research Weingart and see what style might be appropriate for our design. Typeface: Swis721 Hv BT Heavy
This is my first Adobe Flash animation, which was created to illustrate the sound sample, provided by my teacher Pete Rogers. All illustrations were hand made, using paper, glue, scalpel and a scanner.