Since our visit to Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery in Glasgow, I’d love to study more sculptures (this time with my SLR). These images were processed on an iPhone using Visual Supply Co. The sculptures themselves are so emotive, the museums downlighting really does them justice through the lens, although not so much by eye.Read More
I’ve had the pleasure of helping Elaine Auld develop her brand for Tuppence over the past few months. Tuppence is a new project bringing together old bric-a-brac to create original quirky homeware and gifts. Here is a little iPhone snap of her business card. The full project will be uploaded once the website design is complete!Read More
Fighting against the gales; we headed out to the cliffs over the weekend.Read More
…we are now cooking with gas and the Turkey is pretty damn good; everything is super fast! Can’t wait to share more photos and design work in progress.Read More
A fortnight of gluttonous boxes spilling, bloated bin liners, no ‘dial up’ and phones panic searching; we’ve moved from the serene harbour side town of Whitehaven to the rural edge in Sandwith.
We managed to weave our way through cloth mountains and cardboard roads venturing out to enjoying some late evening sun.
Back online soon…Read More
So, this is an artistic approach to using data/coding in real-time. Completely unique; every move inspires custom motion (the best bits come after the number sequence).
Another example of this is Hellicar & Lewis. ‘Divide by Zero’ is completely real-time – all imagery is generated on the fly by custom software using computer vision to capture the body silhouette and movement of a dancer:Read More
If you have a lunch hour to fill watch this fascinating presentation by Peter Crnokrak on Data Visualisation. Impeccable research, left me wanting to explore the use of date in future projects!
Love this example in the presentation:Read More