Tuesday, 31 July 2007
I got around to cleaning up a few of the portraits I did on my 2005 world trip. This is Eric, a French guy in Tahiti who ran his own tattoo parlour back in France. He looked a little intimidating and aloof at first, but turned out to be very easy going.
Becky was a Manchester girl who was travelling around New Zealand.
This guy hung around the campsite in Tahiti and was as strange as he looks. He would stare at people with a glassy expression and pad about the kitchen in his flipflops.
Florian (German in NZ), Elizabeth (English in NZ), Phil (English academic in Tahiti, cycling around the world).
The copper book, an old student project that still looks pretty good. It took about ten days to complete from brief to finish. I was more energetic then.
One from ages ago that I still quite like. The old handwriting is fantastic - it doesn't really need anything else.
Monday, 30 July 2007
Thursday, 19 July 2007
Wednesday, 18 July 2007
Friday, 6 July 2007
A lot of Photoshopping, a little drawing: IMMA's new poster. We had to approach the artists for permission to use their works in the bag so some nice elements had to be left out. It was fun to try to make all the objects sit together, but I'm not sure I'd want to make a career of photo retouching. I was happy with the stretchmarks on the bag though.