On Tuesday we had a class with Kim, whom I already met during my letterpress session. She is wonderful person, really friendly and helpful. However, the workshop timing wasn’t that great, as most people have plenty to do at the moment, with grid not being a burning issue.
Today I’ve managed to go and do the (rather weird) new CIP project. I sat on the outside bench of a cafe with my mocha, and started snapping and “noticing”. It was right behind the Homerton Hospital, in a very busy place.
Tonight I’ve been doing more research on my “street furniture” project, looking into the other type of subject that I seemed to have taken many photos of—pothole covers.
Wondering through Brick Lane and looking for “hidden” and “ignored” objects (part of my new brief) of this well-known and sought-after, I couldn’t help but notice the litter and general run-down state of this street.
Recognising some of the points in the tutor’s feedback, I decided to redo the editorial images. I followed his advice to re-create two of the earlier versions on a larger scale.
On Friday we had a session with Will—he was giving his opinion about our work. I’m covering his feedback in other posts, so this post is only showing some of the work.