Archived entries for work with education

fine art degree show 2014

fine art 2014 03 400px

we were delighted to again be invited to design the brochure for the end of year show for the fine art degree at yorkshire coast college / university of hull.

working with the graduates and listening to their needs & ideas we arrived at a series of 12 cards -one representing each exhibitor- that could be bound as a set but would individually have a useful life beyond the exhibition as promotional cards for each artist.

fine art 2014 01 400px

fine art 2014 02 400px

the exhibition runs until 13 june so if you want to take a look, get your skates on!
photographs of artwork by the artists, printing by mcray press.

on my first day in school…

on my first day 400px

one of several temporary text interventions in collaboration with pupils of north kesteven school in lincoln last year. this trail of tiny words placed around the school grounds retold a pupil’s real life story of several embarrassing incidents that happened on their first day at the school.

we liked the idea of using plant labels – in those first few days at school you feel like a fragile seedling, but you grow to be able to laugh about things that happened. if you followed the story on the labels it eventually led you to the location it took place.

their eyes light up

a couple of weeks back charlotte and i spent a day at the north keveston centre on the outskirts of lincoln with an open brief to leave temporary text interventions around the theatre, sports centre and school environs as part of an ongoing location-specific art project called ‘something wonderful’.

i’d had an idea about using block paving as a grid for lettershapes a while back and the paved area at the building entrance was the perfect canvas to try this out. this was the first of the days typographic experiments using text written by pupils at the school. we finished the quote just as it started to pour down…

.



Copyright © 2004–2009. All rights reserved.

RSS Feed. This blog is proudly powered by Wordpress and uses an adapted version of Modern Clix, a theme by Rodrigo Galindez.