Tuesday, 28 February 2012

WHAT CHARLENE DID NEXT?, SHE MADE SOME PATTERNS!

I made these patterns for the Hobbs project to use them for upholstery.
These patterns are based on drawings that I did of birds and flowers that can be found in NW.3.
I am not completely happy with them, but they did take me quite a while to do. 
I am still trying to find a good colour pallet for this project, these seems a bit strong some how..



Thursday, 9 February 2012

WHAT CHARLENE DID NEXT?, GO CAMBERWELL ILLUSTRATION!

I just came across with recent camberwell graduate Karin Soderquist  on one of my favourite Website Lost at E Minor. Since I am so proud and her work is amazing! I have to blog about it!





Thursday, 2 February 2012

WHAT CHARLENE DID NEXT?, GETTING READY FOR THE HAND-IN!

It has been a stressful week! Me and Katie are getting ready for the hand-in.
We made some business cards for our company PLAY-O-LOGY and a material sample book for the research journal.

Screen-printed business cards

Cut out the pages for the sample book.

Some of the material samples

WHAT CHARLENE DID NEXT?, A WORKSHOP ABOUT THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM!

Me and Katie has set up a workshop for our course project. The aim of the workshop is to teach children from age 5-10 about the Digestive system through playing. We have planned a workshop at a primary school in Cambridge for some year 5-6 students. Here are some photos of the preparation and event.

The day before the workshop, me and Katie preparing for the workshop and getting everything ready!



Fat, Sugar and Protein

Teeth Gloves


Basket for the categorising

Primary school in Cambridge

Kids racing to separate the food

so competitive!

All done!

Student filling in our survey!

I love burps

WHAT CHARLENE DID NEXT?, FAT AND PROTEIN.

These are the cheese that me and Katie made together for the workshop. I guess it was a good idea to finally do the 3D workshop in my final year so I know that there is a hot wire machine I could use to make these cheese!!


I tried to knit all 18 sausages before the workshop but I ran out of time, so I sewed some of them up. I think they look quite good all different tones of red and have different textures.