Tag Archives: Drawings in Public Places

Alienation & Conformity

Over the past few months I’ve been working on an animated film I made in Tokyo which examines conformity and a fear which I felt when living abroad for the first time, alienation. The film footage is shot on an over … Continue reading

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Workers

Part of my contextual inspiration comes from the Brazilian Social documentary photographer and photojournalist Sebastio Salgado and a project of his called ‘Workers’ (1993)which depicts the kinds of extremities people have to endure in their daily working lives. From my … Continue reading

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Tokyo Underground Drawings: Drawing Tool Considerations

I take drawing tool considerations highly in the same way painters consider their brushes or in a different context, a golfer choosing a particular club.  At art school (College/University) I’d always favour graphite pencils graded between HB (hard black) -7B. … Continue reading

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