This is my interpretation of HELL. I decided that HELL’s dessert pizzas were not famous enough and therefore decided to work the thread of marshmallows and jelly beans to represent the dessert pizzas. The grid was a rose branch, thorny and prickly. One is burnt and melted and one clean and clear. The two extremes contrast well.
This is my poster. It’s comparing two different football boots, The ADIDAS predtor and the NIKE VAPOR. I’m comparing the weight of the boots and therefore the speed a player will gain when wearing the Nike. :)
This is my letter to STAEDTLER. We all received sharpeners for our clutch pencils at the start of the year. And we all found out how rubbish they were within the first week. All it needs is a lid, that works…
This image is made up of 5 objects. An invisible grid gives structure to a black and white cut. Balance is the key word as the pen is perpendicluar to the ruler’s line. The headphones give a border to the piece and hug the sunglasses to further accentuate the curved edges.
This is my ‘Radio Of New Zealand’. The ‘Massey University Tractor’ serves as the right speaker (tyre). The map of New Zealand acts as the antenna for the radio. The ‘NEW ZEALAND’ font is copied from the New Zealand 100 dollar note. I like the overall shape of the radio and how it is composed of several different elements.
This piece was portraying the ‘composite drawing/obsessed’ image I modeled in class. I love the explosive nature of the drawing and the different line weights. There are layers of words, symbols, notes, marks, scribbles, scratches ang big black blotches. The craftknife is highlighted with the black segments and the overall drawing is attention grabbing.
This is one of my favorite images. Im wearing the same sunglasses as in my stencil and also am standing behing the style of sunglasses (SunglassStyle Wellington). I carried my glasses from EX1:IDENTITY over to my stencil. I coated the card-back with ovary spraypaint and then delivered a second coat of gold over top. The thin font gives a playfull feel to the stencil and the rounded outline of the glasses has a laid back appeal.
This font is called ‘Scribbler’. It has dark qualities and could fit well into any fashion advertising, CD cover or band ‘gig’ poster. I like it because its easy on the eye and rounded, yet messy, scratchy and dark.