A university project. We were given themes and filters in groups. We received the theme Kenzo. A fashionable and expensive clothing company. The designers behind Kenzo use jungle patterns and vibrant colours. Something we tried to involve in our group video. The filter was Salt and Pepper, which we used as a literal form in the video and as a metaphoric way. The first half of the video is a black and white section, where Clara is at her lowest, then takes a Tab to lift herself into a colorful and pattern rich film.
I filmed and edited this video. With use of 3D elements and effects. Connor Moses was art director. Clare Nangreave was acting. Connor, Antony Spiteri, Charlotte Kaye and Laura Lane produced patterns and overlaying animations.
For my first project at MMU we were tasked to create an alphabet set. The alphabet must be created from modular pieces. For my project I looked into the expression of swift calligraphy. The end product had to show our alphabet pieces on a poster.
A commission for Manchester based music events. This took some sketching but eventually I created a visual style of distorted oil effects that look amazing, an effect I am proud and pleased with. Along with the visual style I created a logo and posters/flyers. This is what I created. To find out more about Midnight Oil’s events click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1515140565467152/
The product was a visual style book, explaining the style and colour scheme as-well as instructions how to the use the logo. The generated oil patters can be used by the client however they please.
For this project I had to do research into old magazines that were iconic and different in the day. Our brief was to create a front cover and two sets of double page spreads, the content had to include information about a guest artist for the magazine. I chose Paul Rand for my artist because of his simplicity and truly amazing colour schemes. I overcame technical issues such as placing text around objects, which I found solutions on the internet. I can use what I’ve learnt fluently for the future. I investigated the composition, layout and colours of the magazine ‘The Face’ for my main research as-well as looking into ‘V Magazine’ and ‘ID Magazine’.