Thursday, 20 February 2014

More from the Twitter Brief

Here are some more outcome that I have created from the Twitter brief when I was turning Company magazines Tweets into Illustrations!

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Twitter Brief - University project

The latest project at Uni involves selecting a person, magazine or company from Twitter and creating illustrations based on their tweets. Which is a really cool project. For mine I choose Company magazine because I love fashion. My first tweet which I saw was:

"Oh wow! definietly one of the most stylish dogs we've seen!"  

I wanted to get this message across in my illustration so I began to think who are the ultimate stylish people so I went back to old Hollywood for inspiration then made them into Fashion pooches. 

Asparagus Month - University Project

So one of my recent projects at uni has been to design a poster, flyer and banner for Asparagus Month (I would like to state we got given the event randomly, I did not choose Asparagus month myself, although it is a lovely vegetable).

My poster went through quite a lot of changes through-out the project, one thing we had to keep in mind was who the audience was going to be... for mine I choose the fashion market. As they wouldn't usually be interested in asparagus month and the key was to get a new demographic liking the event.

One of my main inspirations for the posters where fashion magazines which I looked at extensively through this project.

 1st version of poster 
 2nd version of poster 
 3rd version of poster 
Final version of poster 

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Illustration for Snow Child - University Project

A continuation from my Book cover brief. I was asked in the brief to create an illustration of one of the books for the inside. The one I choose was the Snow Child. There where so many moments in that book which I found touching, so it was quite difficult to choose one to illustrate in the end I went for this one...

Mabel was at the window again.The snow fell faster and thicker. As she watched Jack, walked out of the barn carrying a lantern and the snow eddied around him in a circle of light. He turned his head, as if he had sensed her eyes on him, and the two of them looked at each other across the distance , each in their pocket of light. Snow like a falling veil between them. Mabel couldn't remember the last time they had so deliberately gazed at each other, and the moment was like the snow, slow and drifting.

If you haven't read the book I would recommened you go and buy it, its such a great read!