Cacti Cards

Design Competition, Visual Research, Work Placement

Ideas for PRICK’s Greetings Cards

After getting to grips with the social media posting, promoting cacti and succulent illustration, I moved onto my next task which was designing greetings cards for PRICK. I had initially showed Gynelle some illustrations in my sketchbook so she had an idea as to what I had in mind for the greetings cards – which helped me communicate my thinking with her so that her ideas came from what I presented to her.

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Text Transparency

Author: Reporter, Development, Projects, Reporter, Visual Research

Layers in a publication format

Exploring the idea of thinking about a box metaphorically to complete my final box set of prints, I decided to print out the scanned images of both my distorted type and letterpress experiments to test the possibility of making a publication.

Printed Type

Author: Reporter, Development, Projects, Reporter, Visual Research

Using Letterpress with My Text

Seeing that I had now directed my focus on using the collection of postcards as my point of development and inspiration, I thought to experiment with typography on the other end of the spectrum away from hand rendered type, using more structured type thus using the letterpress facilities was perfectly suited for that particular exploration.

Pattern Making

Author: Reporter, Development, Projects, Reporter, Sketchbook, Visual Research, Workshops

Lino Print Workshop

After initial derives at both Liverpool Street Station and Brick Lane, we were encouraged within the studio to push the observational drawings into another medium- specifically lino print. As we’re given the workshop information prior to it taking place, and having done lino printing before, I made sure that  had some drawings that had bold, thick lines that would translate well for this particular method.

D&AD Adobe

D&AD, Design Competition, Development, Sketchbook, Visual Research

Initial Ideas for My D&AD Outcomes

Being an illustrator that enjoys using mostly traditional hand-crafted techniques when creating my work, I decided to pick the D&AD brief set by Adobe because I felt it was the most appropriate in terms of how I enjoy working. The brief is to dig deep into hard-won wisdom and life lessons and celebrate those through illustration or photography by creating a series of 3 posters or prints.

The Unseen Jungle

Development, Local Universe, Projects, Visual Research

Final Outcomes For My Poster Project

First Posters

After test printing the monoprint technique with my idea of unseen nature, I felt ready to ahead with my compositions for my two A3 posters using that technique and at

Lino Printing for My Edition

Development, Local Universe, Projects, Sketchbook, Visual Research

Following my experimentation with drawing the plants and weeds in ink, varying the thickness of line and colour, I thought my drawings would translate well into the medium of print