‘Touch The Ceiling’ Part 2

One Giant Leap We had had 4 days to plan and build a structure for the ‘Touch The Ceiling’ introductory brief we had been set. And once me and my peers had all demonstrated our creations, we were told that this was only the warm up exercise, and the next ceiling we had to touch …

‘Touch the Ceiling’

On the first day of my BA in Interaction & Moving Image, I was set a short brief called ‘Touch the ceiling’, in which I would need imagination and to make quick decisions. ‘You have until Friday to devise a method and construction to touch the floor and ceiling. You have to start on the …

My Final Outcome

  The last time I blogged I had a rough start on my final outcome, the pictogram. Since then i’ve added 4 more boroughs to the chart, Croydon, Lewisham, Greenwich and Bexley. These are all Boroughs that surround my borough of Bromley. If I had the time, I would have done more boroughs because I …

Displaying my Data FMP

At this point I decided that I will be observing people, and then selecting the one piece of clothing or accessory that represents them the best. I decided to record this by sketching the outline of a figure, repeating it, and then using it as a template to draw on. I then recorded the clothes …

The Next Step FMP

After my visit to the Design Museum turned out to be less useful and relevant then I had intended I was left feeling really quite stuck. I needed a direction to start working towards my final outcome and I needed to find one quickly. Looking back on what I had done already, I had alot …

Looking At You – FMP Contextual References

Over these two researching weeks my main focus has been drawing people on site, so my contextual references are illustrators and designers who also do alot of this. Obviously the majority do do this anyway, but i’m focusing on the ones who’s work has really stood out to me, or has direct links to my FMP. The first illustrator I looked …

Looking at You – FMP Symbols

The second part of my action plan involved beginning to research into symbols so yesterday I visited the Design museum in hope of viewing the work of graphic designers who use symbols, to give me inspiration. However I was very disappointed to find that there was a very limited amount of this kind of work …