Thursday, 4 December 2008
Saturday, 22 November 2008
The past four months have been very eventful. I got an interesting job in August to do some pieces for a pop-up book on shakespeare and then in October I went on an art direction course for a month. Now I'm back I've got cracking on a picture book. I'd really like to put up some samples for that and the pop-up work so watch this space.
Tuesday, 15 July 2008
The commission itself was to produce a 'Hare in a field.' Simple enough really. I did contemplate a view point underneath the animal, however it might not have been fitting for it's final hanging place.
Wednesday, 2 July 2008
Tuesday, 10 June 2008
This one is about an amusing article outlining a polite etiquette for visiting the men's toilets. One of the rules I picked up on was never start a conversation with the person stood next to you at the urinal.
This piece was great fun to do!!
*PRINTS OF THIS PIECE IS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE FROM 'NATURE CALLS STUDIO' NOW!!!!!!!!!*
Mainly print based, it also has pencil crayon, embossing and collage techniques. The original is also backlit to give an impression of an actually London underground station sign at night.
I'm going to put a photo up as it should be seen in the exhibition - which can only mean one thing... I've finished my degree!!!
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
Background For An Editorial On The British Science Museum
Originally uploaded by chrisdunn210
Saturday, 23 February 2008
Well I've pretty much finished my publishing project and dissertation without the help of anyone else haha - better not live to regret that! So what am I going to do now with all my free student time? I've got a retro 1960's rugby film poster to finish which I will put up as well as my next project to get cracking on with. I'll put up some of my working sketches for that too. Basically I'm looking to illustrate at least 6 articles from magazines/newspapers that are all different in subject. So yesterday for example, before my sketchbook got locked away (long story), I was working on an article about American sports coming over to Wembley and the impact the commercial success in the US has had on British sports, particularly football. The idea was a stereotypical NFL fan in the midst of an English football crowd, you'll see what I mean when I get my sketches back! Oo and I've just bought some vital equipment to set up a little home drypoint printers - its going to get messy, but in a tasteful way.