Walk the Line: Development 4

Studio- Give and Take, Walk the line

Child! Children are crayons. Because crayons are something you use (or at least I did) throughout your childhood but then you don’t anymore. Children are also movement, never sitting still, puzzles, colour, shapes and not thinking too hard about the world they inhabit. Wrote down ideas and connections to “child” and then went full on crayon mode as seen below.

Crayon sketches and tests, by Lisa
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Summer Show: Development 1

Design competition, Summer show exhibition

After seeing Ella’s ideas on different types of materials we could use for the show, I started looking into cork more as it is sturdier than the cardboard we first discussed but still being light and easily manipulated. Turns out there are many different kinds of cork! Well mostly different thickness but that opens up for lots of new possibilities. When I think of cork I think of trivets and notice boards but if the cork is suddenly only 2mm thick, it’s more like fabric which is kind of cool. So we could have the same material in different thickness and use it for different types of furniture solutions.

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Sketches, by Lisa

Walk the Line: Development 1

Studio- Give and Take, Walk the line

After an intense brainstorming and idea day last Friday I have a lot of concepts for both “child” and “may” but not really any more for “old” which was the first word I started to think about. What I have is the research I did with lines and string but I don’t know how I am going to make it into gifs or if all my gifs for that word should be line based. I also keep going back to thinking about how all the gifs will look together and how they will relate when the words are so different and will be made in different ways. It’s blocking me a little bit.

Opting for the “just do something and see where it goes”- technique, I put needle and thread to paper and just started doing. These are the yarn sketches I made and the things I learned from doing it:

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Embroidered sketches, by Lisa

Collection: Outcome 2

CIP, collection brief

Final cover proved not to be my final cover. Realising it looked too camera film-y I did some sketches of alternative ideas and ended up with using the sketch where I drew the pattern I had and made it into vector art that I then coloured in red and laid type over it.

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Sketches for cover, by Lisa

This is the result and I finally like it 100 percent:

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Google Engage: Development 2

Dialogue Studio, google engage

So I developed my bathtub idea further thinking about involving illustration and giving the campaign a very airy feel. Putting together this moodboard:

And picking up on some things in that I made a print of a bathtub that I thought I could use as seen below left.

Map of me: Research 1

Dialogue Studio, Map of me

I have struggled long and hard in figuring out what I want to do for my app that need to be a form of map. I have been stuck the longest time of the functions of the app, what I want the app to do, how you navigate etc. I try to work it all out in my head before I come to a definite decision but not knowing my outcome has come in the way of knowing anything at all in terms of what I want.

A couple of weeks ago I sat down trying to map what a map is and see if I through that could get some inspiration. I couldn’t. Today, I sat down again and tried the approach of instead deciding what mediums I want to work with, my topic, my colours- and could finally come to some decisions! 

Line tests pt .2

Project 2, Projects

A couple of days ago I was working in the library, got bored of what I was doing and picked up a random book about printmaking from the shelf next to me. Turns out it was a really good book called “Creative Print Making” by Peter Green where he demonstrates how you can create textures and patterns from random things using them as kind of stamps.