Here’s a poster I’ve been working on recently, it’s about persuading more students to persue careers and education in the creative arts.
Here’s a few screen prints and edits I’ve been working on for a local Musician’s album artwork, let me know what you think! Also check out his music https://soundcloud.com/lowkill
Designed this alternative book cover for the Hitch Hikers Guide To The Galaxy today, to those of you who have read the books the image is of a ‘Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster’ - known as the best drink in the universe!
Some figurative sculptors carve their artworks from unforgiving stone while others carefully morph the human form from soft blocks of clay, but artist Jonty Hurwitz begins with over a billion computer calculations before spending months considering how to materialize his warped ideas using perspex, steel, resin, or copper.
Born in Johannesburg in 1969, Hurwitz now lives and works in London where he is somewhat of a renaissance man, focusing both on his artwork and micro-loan website Wonga which he co-founded in 2007. His anamorphic sculptures rely on scans of objects (hands, faces, frogs) that are then distorted digitally and fabricated, but when placed in front of a cylindrical mirror the projected reflection reveals the original object. Still, other works deal with pixelated or sliced human forms that are only viewable from a single perspective. A scientist at heart, Hurwitz explains to me that his artwork is his way of “expressing calculations visually,” and also a way to experiment with cutting-edge manufacturing and fabrication technologies.
Experimenting with typography, stenciling, and photography. ‘Nothing Is Real’.
Something I put together for my latest project, exploring the spacial relationship between 2D and 3D.
Fantastic smoke transient art here by Clifford Briggie, the colours combined with the subtlety of the smoke looks both elegant and stunning. a very beautiful collection of works.
Here’s something I’ve been working on today, I was really interested by the relationship between 2 dimensional areas and 3 dimensional shapes in artists work such as Benni Efrat and El lissitzky. using this as inspiration I have been working with 2 and 3 dimensions together to create different relationships.