Monthly Archive: February, 2016

Test Prints

Before I printed my final piece I did a few test prints to find the right kind of paper to use for my final piece. I think this is important because the paper… Continue reading

Box of Prints

Finally I have an idea for my final outcome that I am happy with! This is a perfect mixture of both prints and a book. By putting my work in a box it… Continue reading

Experimentation

Two different project ideas: At the start of this project I was unsure of what direction I wanted to take the project in. To help decide¬†what was going to work best I did… Continue reading

Different locations

The initial plan was just to do the project in the location that was on the map I had chosen, Coventry. However as my project was going on I realised that all of… Continue reading

Community, Culture and Identity

The starting point for this project was the title ‘Community, Culture and Identity’ and site specific maps to chose from.¬†This is where our inspiration for the project needed to come from. I need… Continue reading

Timetable Final Piece Idea

Above is a design for a potential final piece. When I received formative feedback this was one of the suggestions that I got, to make a book that symbolises a foldable bus map.… Continue reading

Prints

Another option that I have considered for my final piece is prints. Now I have decided that I am not going to include the straight on images of bus stops I feel like… Continue reading

Mock Books

From the start of this project I have been pretty set on making a book for my final piece. For the amount of photos I planned to take and what was going to… Continue reading

Feedback

On Friday I had another two tutorials, one with Caroline and one with Gemma. The main thing I wanted to focus on within these was my final piece. I feel like I am… Continue reading

Portraits

Although I liked the images that I was creating I felt like something was missing, the people! There would be no need for bus stops and the transportation method without the public. Although… Continue reading