This is an image i came across for discrimination. It appears cliché, but i think its a simple and effective idea that gets the message across.
Sunday, 6 December 2009
Saturday, 5 December 2009
These are some maps she had produced which was part of an investigation, recording the human movement. They are screen prints created from original drawings where she traced the movement of someone in the kitchen whilst they prepared food.
She made various maps for different meals, I love how she has presented the posters in the tubes above. They look wonderful and very intriguing .
Helen had a gap year when she finished her third year because she was unsure what she wanted to do, she did apply for an MA at the Royal College of Arts. I was inspired by her decision not to give up. She decided to become a post lady so she could deliver post in the morning whilst earning money and then use the rest of the day to produce work.
I found this comforting to hear as I am sure im not the only one who is not quite sure which road to take when finishing my degree.
After her gap year she re-applied for the MA of printmaking and got a place.
One of the main things I liked about Helen was that she was interested in the in the process of making design rather then the final outcome itself.
Here are some more pieces of her work which I really like.
Hand made powerpoint presentation......based on the topic of hand made design.