Illustrated Poem Number 3. Illustrated by me for the Franklin Poems website.
Month: October 2013
Poem for Franklin Poem – Illustrated Poem 2 – Burial
Another Illustrated Poem from the Franklin Poems website is below.
I did the Illustration for the image.
Poem for Franklin Poem – Illustrated Poem 4 – Difficult
Illustrated Poem 4. I am illustrating some poetry over at the Franklin Poems website. We are creating a series of illustrated poems which will be collected as a downloadable zine. This is number 4 in series 1 and it is called Difficult.
Poem for Franklin Poem – Illustrated Poem 1 – Bedroom Lights
As stated earlier I am illustrated Poems over at the Franklin Poems website.
The first Illustrated Poem is a called Bedroom Lights and can be seen below.
Images from Private Play number 2 – Frozen
Here are some images from Private Play number 2 – Frozen.
I am illustrating Play Scripts and Designing the Website for Do it Theatre.
Private Plays are short plays that people can perform themselves. More info on Private Plays can be found here.
The images below are taken from the second script.
Noise Project – Week 10 – The End
This is the end. Your very last noise challenge. If you’ve missed some challenges along the way, don’t worry. You still have one last chance to leave your auditory mark.
To ceremoniously close this 4-month long noise project, we’re challenging you to let go of your inhibitions and make some noise. Follow these instructions: Pick a public place, any place. When the time is right, take the opportunity to make some noise. You can scream at the top of your lungs; make a public installation; start an impromptu performance. You can do whatever you want to do, but do it with conviction. Make a lasting impression. Make it count. Make it worthwile. You have one week to make some NOISE of your own.
Images from Private Play number 1 – The Lonely Beekeeper
As stated in a previous post I am illustrating some scripts and designing the website for the Private Plays Project from Do It Theatre.
Below are some of the images from the first script – The Lonely BeeKeeper.