Prelude – Part 1
Lost in Paradise
Lost in Paradise is based on my time before college, where events that had unfolded which was out of my control, had caused me to slowly isolate myself from going outside. The story takes me into my sub – conscious where a journey begins inside me to overcome this state, when it seems like nothing can change this, something gets adjusted and i enrolled into Havering College.
Typographic posters Part – 2
Key moments illustrations Part – 3
Inspired Short stories Part – 4
This section is a series of inspired stories from the daily commute into London. The stories them selves contain different themes, and is a mixture of serious, semi – serious content.
Bi – Polar Hand Grenade is about a little grenade that is always ready to explode with depressive fury at life’s simplest of actions, this day he wants to withdraw some money from a cashpoint.
During the hot summer while on my placement, the London 2012 Olympics were on and it was hot traveling on a crowded train over and underground. There were signs in the stations saying always carry water with you, at one point i closed my eyes for a bit and dreamt about this story.
Vic n Tim
Vic n Tim is about a young boy that gets bullied at school because of being infected with head lice. This idea came from a split moment when i saw a young boy get on the train with his mum, and he was staring at this bug, not sure if it was an ant or a fly, and he seemed happy to watch it and happily chat to it, thats when Vic n Tim were born.
Cramped is about basically getting cramped into a crowded train on the underground. Its amazing how some people will make them self fit into a small place, and the variety of whimsical characters that you meet on average day.
Gratitude posters Part – 5
Brand Opus Poster
The Gratitude Posters are to show my appreciation towards those who have enabled me to be where i am and for this i will be forever grateful. To Brand Opus for giving me the chance to show what i can really do, and to The Graphics Team at Ardleigh Green College, for their input and hard work in helping me achieve something i never thought possible.