Category Archives: Photography

David Attenborough Typographic Portrait

Continuing with my aim of re-engaging myself with design and learning some new skills I started thinking about a relationship between social design and expressive art. Although I am hugely interested in and supportive of social design in general, I

David Attenborough Typographic Portrait

Continuing with my aim of re-engaging myself with design and learning some new skills I started thinking about a relationship between social design and expressive art. Although I am hugely interested in and supportive of social design in general, I

Who can tell me…

…what on earth is going on at Canary Wharf tonight?

Who can tell me…

…what on earth is going on at Canary Wharf tonight?

Project 02: Crimes Against Design

So, a new term and a challenging new project. In fact, not one but three challenging new projects. In hindsight the Zine project was a doodle; an orientation exercise designed to familiarise ourselves with studying higher education and the facilities

Project 02: Crimes Against Design

So, a new term and a challenging new project. In fact, not one but three challenging new projects. In hindsight the Zine project was a doodle; an orientation exercise designed to familiarise ourselves with studying higher education and the facilities

Pigs in the City – Research

Just a few nice photos from a good couple of days of primary research at Mudchite and Vauxhall City Farm.

Pigs in the City – Research

Just a few nice photos from a good couple of days of primary research at Mudchite and Vauxhall City Farm.

Tree, Line – Zander Olsen

I first stumbled upon these photographs by British artist Zander Olsen purely by chance whilst researching a design subject so completely unrelated that I still wonder how I ever came across them. At first glance, the series of photographs taken

Tree, Line – Zander Olsen

I first stumbled upon these photographs by British artist Zander Olsen purely by chance whilst researching a design subject so completely unrelated that I still wonder how I ever came across them. At first glance, the series of photographs taken