Another task we were given for this module was to recreate this Richard Hamilton collage but give it a 2018 twist. When Hamilton released his collage he stated that he wanted to include “Man, Woman, Food, History, Newspapers, Cinema, Domestic Appliances, Cars, Space, Comics, TV, Telephone, Information”, so I am going to use this list and create an image that shows my understanding of each of these things in 2018.
The first exercise we were given for this class was to create a colour wheel made with photos we have taken. This exercise was interesting because at first it was quite difficult making yourself remember to take a photo of every solid coloured object you see; but after a while, I started to actually notice what was around me and all of the different colours I pass by everyday. It was difficult to look past just green leaves and blue skies and actually see the colours of man-made objects.
When we were given this task we were warned that finding things that were purple would be rarer than other colours which I guess I found to be true. However I was when I was collating my images, I was surprized that I had a lack of green images as well.
This article is about a solar powered greenhouse, designed to tackle the issue of food shortages. This is an important article to read because it discusses design and world problems.
The ‘Power Plant’ greenhouse uses solar glass panels and coloured LED lights to create an idealistic environment for plants to…
When I first saw the cover picture for this article, I wasn’t quite sure what I was looking at, then once I read the title and it said whatever it was was made out of rubbish, I was too intrigued to not click on it. …
This article from The Guardian struck my attention because I love modern product design. The article is about a new design from the company Bubblegum Spaces where they have developed 3D living.
The idea is to optimise floor space by storing your bed and storage boxes on the ceiling; This…
The second article I would like to discuss is about the design of this ‘Camp365’ portable cabin. I choose this article because I feel like it is relevant to my favourite area of design, interior and spatial design.
Everything to do with the design of this trailer is quite impressive…