The Bishop of Lincoln builds a castle, establishing Banbury as a town. He owns 100 acres of land surrounding the castle, which is first called the banbury hundred in 1193. It is said that the heart of the one hundred was the Banbury Borough. In response to this I have created a series of digital illustrations of some of the main landmarks of Banbury, that have the most historical and social impact on making Banbury the town we know today. I have tried to draw on the past and the present in one image, and portray this in a way that shows how far the town has come, and how it has evolved, but also how there are still constant elements that bring in the business, tourists and life into the town, allowing it to always grow.
Series of Digital Prints, February 2018
Hand stamped and designed by me, for a pop up christmas shop.
A collaborative project creating items for the gift shop at the museum of the history of science, Oxford, which ended in a dragons dens style pitch to the museum board who chose the best designs to sell exclusively. There was also a collaborative exhibition in the museum of everybody's work.
400,000 Bombs project was based upon a TEDtalk I had listened to that likened the amount of energy being by the human species to the equivalent of the amount of energy that 400,000 Hiroshima atomic bombs going off at once. This work is trying to visualise the destruction that this amount of energy causes to the environment, focussing on deforestation.
This was my very first range of Christmas cards I designed and made for a Christmas pop up shop. I used the influences of my Utopia experimentation with houses and mark making to create the series.
Utopia was a 3 month project that explored the concept of the façade of the American Dream
Based upon "A Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Wife" showing the regression of the brain