A book I made on the study of femininity through hands, exploring this concept through pre-20th century Paintings, Disney, Porn, and Barbie hands.
A poster I designed for Tuesday Night Talks, an evening lecture series at the Chelsea College of Art & Design, for Anthony Burrill, who was a recent guest speaker.
My ASOS submission to D&AD in response to the brief 'What's next after street style?' won an In Book Award. See it featured on the website here.
Poster design for a visiting lecture by the founders of Riposte Magazine, that was chosen from a selection in class to print for Danielle Pender and Shaz Madani.
A collection of unique dedications I secretly tore out of books and novels from various bookstores and charity shops in London.
I stole over 100 original book dedications to sell 10 individual books that were ordered at a small art book fair.
A film inspired by a quote by French film director Jean-Luc Godard. "Photography is truth, and cinema is truth 24 frames per second".
Parts of the film were created by scanning in double exposure photographs from a lomographic analogue camera, merged together to create a stop-frame effect. Modelling & acting by Tamara Quaddoumi.
Below: Outtake photography
An exercise in typography and layout, by designing a self reflective poster based on a quote of something that was said about you. This comes from a school report, stating:
"Little acts of boldness, such as perpetual use of eye makeup, demonstrate that there is an ego in there somewhere."
An illustrated Bodoni Black 'S' in the Art Nouveau style, created in a one day workshop.
A visual documentary created in collaboration with Calvin Hayes and Andy Cole about an industrial laundrette called Everest Linen Services for Consume Peckham, a live project co-ordinated by Kieron Dennis. The brief was to film the inner workings of a business in Peckham and reveal a different side to 'London's worst postcode'.
This has been showcased at a screening in the Peckhamplex, South London.
Below: Selection of film stills.
Designed and typeset my own epitaph.
I wrote a 1000 word essay on my reflection and research on Cultural Schizophrenia, the area of interest for my Final Major Project at university, 2013. I explore the effects of culture clash through its design: deliberately combining tackiness with traditionalism.
Cover photograph: Shadi Ghadirian.