Collections: Lino cuts

After seeing all the print work that other students had put into the exhibition, I thought I would have a try at producing some lino cut prints. Due to the aesthetic created by lino cutting, I decided that I would use medieval style imagery of my characters, Spoon Knight and Knife Dragon, which also fits … Continue reading Collections: Lino cuts


Collections: exhibition

The exhibition was successfully hung and organised. The poster was created from a group drawing that we did and was edited in Photoshop by Nicholas. My spoon collection was hung using a display rack from that Nicholas found in his under-stairs cupboard; I selected the best ones from the collection (rejecting only 4 as they … Continue reading Collections: exhibition

Collections: Final Design pages

I have decided on some hopefully humorous and lighthearted text that I feel helps to explain my the images but not to bore the reader with finite details. I have also decided on a order for my images and how they will be arranged in a book format; including which will be the cover, back … Continue reading Collections: Final Design pages

Collections: Images for exhibition zine

Using designs and ideas from my sketchbook and other ideas I have had, below is my final images for my zine for the collections exhibition. I have yet to decide on the final text for each page and on the final layout. I have decided that I would like my zine to be in the … Continue reading Collections: Images for exhibition zine

Collections: Knife Dragon

Secondary character and antagonist for my collections project. The great (butter) knife dragon is one of the antagonists of the cutlery kingdom. His tail is designed after a butter knife and despite having a threatening look and western villain eye-brows, he's generally quite silly, not unlike Spoon Knight himself.