Here are the digital files for the piece me and Zac did for The Edge of Print exhibition on Thursday. It's a double sided picture with the universe on one side and then the code that makes up the image on the other. The idea was to try and expose the part of print in our modern age that you never really see (the .jpg code) and put it into print) We're heading into hackney to hang tomorrow so will hopefully have some photos of the prints, which are HUGE tomorrow, so you can see it in all it's glory.
Tuesday, 28 February 2012
In our digitally driven age, is print with its varying forms relevant to the progression of contemporary design? Kingston design students respond to what print means to them and the evolving industry, which has traditionally seen print as an integral part of its output.The little blurb above explains the exhibition I'll be taking part in on Thursday better than I ever could. All I have to say really is you should come down and see all the amazing work! It's destined to be a great evening. I'll post some photos of the piece I have in the show when it's all done, which hopefully should be very soon.
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Wednesday, 8 February 2012
I've had this app called Gawker, which instantly creates time lapse videos for you using the mac's webcam sitting on my computer begging to be used for the last couple of months. So what better way to use it than make a cliche video of the snow falling? I started it off at about 8pm and let it run till 11am the next morning. Nothing else to it really.
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Thursday, 2 February 2012
Click here to view. (it will probably take quite a while to load up all the videos, so maybe leave it a couple of minutes)
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