This was the final project in my A-Level Art. My exam project, which I was able to write my own brief for. So I decided that I wanted to create the visual identity for a new band and their debut album. I created a music video for this single, the album art, logos, posters, ect. This was an amazing project to finish on. I was able to tailor it so much to exactly what I wanted to do. I had so much fun and was really proud of my final outcome.
This was my final project in my BTEC Graphics. My brief was to create a character design for a new stationery chain. This character had to represent the brand and be clearly identified. I researched many different illustrators throughout this project. The first one here is Steven Silver, the 'Kimpossible' artist, 'Simpsons' creator, Matt Groening and 'Fairly OddParents' style. This was quite a challenging project but I feel that it has helped me develop in graphics and character.
In this project we had to create a range of greetings cards. The theme I chose was kitchen based puns. I used influences from Jaco Haasbroek and Sophie Corrigan to create my final cards. I am really happy with the results of these. They are available for purchase on T-Shirts in the websites store.
For this module, I had to research and respond to an artist. These are responses to Keith Haring. I responded and adapted his style into something of my own for my final piece, which I incorporated into an animated short. You can also see all the animations that I created for this project below.
For my A-Level Art course in year 12, me and 4 others, as a fake company called 'RawMotionUK', were tasked to create a promotional video for the Design Faculty at South Craven School. I had a very big contribution to the making of the video, by coming up with a lot of ideas and planning out the layout of the video. I also did the majority of the filming and I did all of the editing with Sony Vegas Pro. This video demonstrates my filming and composition skills, as well as my editing and mixing skills.
For this graphics project, I had to design a logo and style for a cake stall in the Bradford Odeon cinema, and also create the packaging that it would come in. This was based around typography. I did primary research observations of cupcakes responding to artists; Debbie Miller, Koichi Fujii and Oscar Wilson. I also looked at the art deco style.
Here are a few pieces from my 'Deconstruct & Reconstruct' exam project in year 12. I took the brief stimulus of 'Deconstruct & Reconstruct' quite literally and deconstructed pocket watches and researched the inner workings. I looked at the artists Gerald Murphy and Salvador Dali as influences for the development of this project.