A video to try and convey process-led practice as an idea generation method. I tried to go further with one 'material', changing it into different material multiple times as the video goes on instead of using new material for each process. ----- ----- ----- The first hand-in for my Graphic Arts & Design course.
Did a quickfire version of @xpatrickthomas ' open collab workshop responding to analogue vs digital.
New website is up and running! www.tomwelsh.design (link in the description) Made with @cargoworld
I decided to composite some images to make my summer project posters into a larger campaign as part of the brief was to create work that 'would be in your portfolio at an interview for your ideal job'. (Not having wifi at our house made me waste less time on YouTube 😂😅).
--> --> --> For my new Graphic Arts & Design course I was tasked with making a square artwork, incorporating both text and imagery, that relates to many aspects of my life; such as how my friends and associates interact with each other, the culture I've been brought up in, and my strongest technical skill. My response centers around the current social and political climate in the UK. Each work displays an inequality brought about by austerity and the choices of our government over the last nine years.
--> Swipe for the monogram breakdown --> *oink* I used simple shapes to create the logo with a clean and simple design, so that it can be used well in bold contexts. On the right is the breakdown of the logo into its representations of the letterform and punctuation monogram elements. ( tomwelsh.design )
--> Scroll for a before and after --> Redesign of my personal monogram for @tomwelsh.design [tw.d]. I recreated the design with thicker lines, made it with a 3x3(9x9) grid system and constructed it using simple shapes, this was to make it easier to see at smaller sizes and with colour behind it, and to make the design cleaner and more visually pleasing overall.
Showing how my monogram redesign fits within the new grid system. I took advantage of a simple thirds rule, subdividing the grid (9x9) further into thirds, as well as centering content in the middle of sections, creating a well grounded and clean design.