Posts Tagged ‘design’
FO: KNITSONIK ListeningTunik
FO: KNITSONIK ListeningTunik

…of an ideal sweater for a soundartist.

Sunday’s happier news

I have finally finished knitting, seaming, zippering and weaving in the ends of, the twice-frogged mansweater. I am in a malaise so am not taking my uncharacteristically critical observations of this completed garment too seriously; I will review the situation in a week or so, since the Man is wanting to wear this today rather […]

poster competition

I have just received an email from the Oxford Brookes University annual poster competition, calling for entries. Entrants can put in any poster they have designed themselves, for consideration within the competition. The guidelines concerning the nature of the poster are somewhat vague: PLEASE ATTACH A SHORT (APPROX 250 WORDS) ABSTRACT OUTLINING THE WORK TO […]

This week I have been mostly…

knitting printing my posters and promoting my MA Show. Here is a rack full of half-finished screenprints… all this fetching design needs for completion is some red and white polka dots. There I am, registering the red-ink layer with a look of absurd concentration.And here are the finished prints. I’m really pleased with how they […]

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