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With fellow peers we created an internal comms magazine for Google. We all had different roles for this magazine, mine was social media, where I created an app on how to track fellow colleagues in the work place from different departments. I developed profiles for the employees so they could find each other easily by name. I developed skills that I never knew I needed from working in a group but by having good communicational skills it did help to converse with my colleagues.

In my FMP I created a series of posters where I was influenced by vintage horror posters mainly. I didn’t want to stick to a specific genre when doing this collection but I used the styles they used back then with collages and layering. I did this for both posters which were from different eras. What inspired me to do this was from writing my dissertation and visiting the Design Museum to see Stanley Kubrick’s work. I love watching films and how art responses are created from them so I took this on for my final year.

This was also for my FMP but I didn’t a different style of poster, simplistic. But this time I included my drawing of the main female character, this was almost an experiment to test my drawing skills but turned out how I liked it. This type of style was seen on social media and I wanted to see how it would look with drawing elements. I loved the aesthetic it gave off from the final result. I used animated films with this specifically.

This was for my FMP in Year 2, I wanted to go for a simplistic aesthetic with make-up. I contacted ‘Yellowzine’ a company that did a POD talk on black artists not getting noticed, I wanted their advice on how they feel about the make-up industry and the struggles of finding their shade on the shelves. I developed an app where you could find your exact shade and created a code of your shade colour. I also involved various outlined bodies of women and men to display the shade. I enjoyed this project as I have a passion for make-up and have my own social media for make-up.

This is was an industry brief where we couldn’t use any digital elements for our whole project. My topic was bacteria, I used this to make posters to make it aware to wash your hands. This can be relevant to the big outbreak of COVID-19, which washing your hands has been made important. The hands on the actual posters are glow in the dark, which I thought would be a fun interaction to be in schools for children and encourage them to wash their hands. I liked how we didn’t have to use computers as I came out with an organic result, touching on my Fine Art routes.

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With fellow peers we created an internal comms magazine for Google. We all had different roles for this magazine, mine was social media, where I created an app on how to track fellow colleagues in the work place from different departments. I developed profiles for the employees so they could find each other easily by name. I developed skills that I never knew I needed from working in a group but by having good communicational skills it did help to converse with my colleagues.

In my FMP I created a series of posters where I was influenced by vintage horror posters mainly. I didn’t want to stick to a specific genre when doing this collection but I used the styles they used back then with collages and layering. I did this for both posters which were from different eras. What inspired me to do this was from writing my dissertation and visiting the Design Museum to see Stanley Kubrick’s work. I love watching films and how art responses are created from them so I took this on for my final year.

This was also for my FMP but I didn’t a different style of poster, simplistic. But this time I included my drawing of the main female character, this was almost an experiment to test my drawing skills but turned out how I liked it. This type of style was seen on social media and I wanted to see how it would look with drawing elements. I loved the aesthetic it gave off from the final result. I used animated films with this specifically.

This was for my FMP in Year 2, I wanted to go for a simplistic aesthetic with make-up. I contacted ‘Yellowzine’ a company that did a POD talk on black artists not getting noticed, I wanted their advice on how they feel about the make-up industry and the struggles of finding their shade on the shelves. I developed an app where you could find your exact shade and created a code of your shade colour. I also involved various outlined bodies of women and men to display the shade. I enjoyed this project as I have a passion for make-up and have my own social media for make-up.

This is was an industry brief where we couldn’t use any digital elements for our whole project. My topic was bacteria, I used this to make posters to make it aware to wash your hands. This can be relevant to the big outbreak of COVID-19, which washing your hands has been made important. The hands on the actual posters are glow in the dark, which I thought would be a fun interaction to be in schools for children and encourage them to wash their hands. I liked how we didn’t have to use computers as I came out with an organic result, touching on my Fine Art routes.

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