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Last Tuesday (I’ve been too busy to post until now sorry) some of the class started the linocutting print technique. Now, anyone who has been reading my blog for the past couple of months will know that I already tried linocut and I failed miserably at it and I have a lot of admiration for designers who produce beautifully detailed linocut prints because it is hard! So I approached this technique with the knowledge that...

It was only June when I had my first attempt at linocutting, a medium invented by the Die Brucke artists whom I studied for my final major project of year 1 of my BTEC course. I really struggled. I know practice makes perfect etc and I probably didn’t put in as much effort as I needed to BUT as I am preparing myself to go back to college in September (I am SO looking forward to it),...

‘The student essential’. I hate the stuff (and Red Bull) but some people depend on it to keep them awake (Mr Ribeiro!) The ‘Final Major Project’ of my first year (OMG it has gone so fast!) of my BTEC course is to design a Relentless can image. Everyone in my class has been given an art movement of the past to influence our design and I have got: Die Brucke – German Expressionism. The movement...

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