So following the Macbeth project a few of my pieces were exhibited at my college in an exhibition featuring a few students from my course, so that was quite exciting...
|My Elephant and Castle post it project, second one down...|
|My sketchbook was in the exhibition as well, this one was for the Cabinet of Curiosities project.|
|A wall of our Christmas posters...hehehe.|
Between projects I did a bit of walking...
|The blue sky decided to show it's face.|
|Never get sick of that...|
|Great piece in the Whitechapel Gallery.|
|College by one of my new favourites, John Steaker. Incredible collages.|
|A cockney cash machine!!!!!!! Translated: "Take your card and cash will follow"|
Another project I had to work on was titled "Environment". The point of the project was to somehow create a piece that informed the public of some issue, and put that piece out into the world. Initially I was going to do the project on light pollution, but then my tutor decided that as a group we should focus on something that is relevant to all of us, the student cuts. So, we decided to create signs and join a protest against the removal of the Education Maintenance Allowance, which gives money to poor students.
|Mine's the one on the right.|
Along with creating a sign for the protest, we had to make a film documenting the whole thing. The experience is one I will never forget, it's extremely empowering being surrounded by that many people being so passionate about a single issue. Walking through the streets of London to Big Ben was amazing.
|I even got into one of the newspapers round here!|
And you can watch my short little film HERE!
That's all for now!