For this image I followed the brief below. The title of the week’s challenge was ‘The Little Things’.
NOISE CHALLENGE #2: THE LITTLE THINGS
This week spend some time paying attention to the little things…. the sounds that you tend to ignore and the seemingly insignificant noises that you take for granted. You have 1 week to listen, identify and select one “insignificant” sound and transform it into something “significant.”
My full response to the brief can be found here.
The Memoir Project is run by the Arhouse co-op in Brooklyn New York, where they have asked 500 writers and artists to complete a 32 page booklet and turn it into a Memoir. This is from the same organisation who run The Sketchbook Project, where I created my book – ‘Fashion Design For Monsters‘. My Memoir is called ‘Clown Noses’ and is a series of poems and pictures, making use of concrete poetry and imagery to act as a Memoir. The Book will go on tour in various cities in North America. More on this later, but below is an image from my book. I won’t be posting up all the pages, just a selection.
Recently I had an exhibition in Dundee.This was of a postcard that I created. Now that the exhibition is well and truly over I thought I’d post up the image. It is a short illustrated poem called Leaves.
The Sketchbook Project asks artists of all levels to complete a small book with ideas, drawings and sketches. I recently completed my sketchbook and below a preview page can be seen. My book is called ‘Fashion Design For Monsters’. I’ve posted up several pages from this and here is another one. A quick photo taken of one of the pages.
Photos are now online from an exhibition I was involved in – 6*4 Postcard exhibition at the Cooper Gallery in Dundee. Info here.
The photos can be seen here.
I’ve just completed a poster for a gig in Edinburgh. The poster was done for a charity called the Railway Children – a charity who help children in the UK and abroad.
I decided to volunteer for the organisation several months ago and help out with my artwork and design skills. The poster is below and the first time I’ve done a gig poster in years.