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On Friday evening I was excited to attend a bloggers preview event at The Royal Academy of Arts with Nadia and Lucy. ‘The Lost Album’ is an exhibition displaying photography by the late Dennis Hopper. Most famous for his work as an actor and director, Hopper was also a keen photographer, capturing candid and iconic moments throughout 18 years. Before seeing the photographs we enjoyed Strawberry Mojitos and Pink Lemonade courtesy of Atelier and made...

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Happy Triangle Friday! It’s mad to think that I’m 10 weeks away from completing a whole years worth of Tri Fri features! I haven’t decided what I’m going to do just yet – would you miss Triangle Fridays if they ended? But before that, there’s still 10 more posts at least! I found Tauba Auerbach’s work on Pinterest the other week and was instantly drawn to it. I wonder why…? The splash on her website...

I am still armed with enough packaging goodies to post, only a month after the last packaging special! 🙂 So, let’s start with something striking… You can’t deny that black and white is just striking! Blink sparkling wine bottle is striking, elegant and fashion conscious – stripes are supposedly slimming AND Nautical is IN at the moment 🙂 Annnnnnd my favourite colour is purple 🙂 Here are 4 words I never thought I would see in...

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Back in September 2009 I was just starting a typographic CD project. At the time I was looking for fashion illustration imagery showing use of ink and watercolour, and I couldn’t find exactly what I was looking for… doesn’t it always happen like that? You see a lot of something and then when you need it you can’t find it? Well anyway, I really like the fashion illustration style so often search behance, flickr and...

As the additional Printmaking award is coming to a close (start on Multi-disiplinary soon) it was about time to do the main poster! It has to have some kind of printmaking element to it… so we could produce most of it digitally but I decided that I would like to Silk Screen my design. This meant that I had to learn the process though because we hadnt been able to fit it into the lessons…...

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