Saturday, 30 April 2011

6 of 6

This is the final of my 'To Kill A Mockingbird' series, now just the one huge image and my final uni project EVER will be complete... How depressing.
Here Tom Robinson deals with incarceration, the confinement of a cell for a crime he didn't commit.

Friday, 29 April 2011

5 of 6

This image shows the way Tom Robinson is judged by the white prejudice audience throughout the trial. The way they look down on him, with assumptions of guilt and the hope of conviction.

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

4 of 6

This piece characterizes the moments before the jury read out the verdict, the agonizing wait, and the watching of the hands on the clock turn. Again, pencil onto screenprint.

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

3 of 6

This piece depicts Tom Robinson before the accusation, hinting at his personality, lifestyle etc... Like the rest, its constructed via pencil drawing onto screenprint, size A2.

New (and hopefully final this time) logo.

So yeah, another new logo, i definitely prefer this one to the last one, so hopefully it will be around for awhile. (but then again, i liked the last one at the time... so i guess we'll just see how it goes)...

Saturday, 16 April 2011

2 of 6

This is the 2nd of my series of final images, based around 'To Kill A Mockingbird'. It captures the way Atticus's children look at Tom Robinson, with nothing but sympathy, and confusion as to why he is being persecuted the way he is. After Atticus had told them of his innocence, the idea of Robinson's guilt does not enter their mind; and therefore, despite the severity of the accusation and the contrasting opinion of the majority of the town, they have nothing but respect for him and the ordeal he is going through.

Monday, 11 April 2011

Beginning of the end...

This is one of the concluding pieces from a series that will conclude my life as a student, and complete my 3rd year... Pencil onto screenprint, i've found a balance between the controlled and the uncontrolled which suits my practice. This image portrays the moment the jury rules Tom Robinson guilty, and all his aspirations of freedom are stripped from him. Expect many more to come...

Sunday, 3 April 2011

Lloyds TSB comp conclusion...

To conclude... it could have gone better.
So no, unfortunately i didn't win the Lloyds TSB 'Art of Nurture' competition, but it was really cool to see my work up in the 'Royal West of England Academy of Art'. I met alot of fellow creatives, got a name tag, and the nibbles....OMG the nibbles... So yeah, was definatly worth the trip to Bristol. Guess i'll have to try again next year ay...