After being introduced to tattoo artist Thomas Cardiff and his work early last year, I became really interested in the style of drawing he uses; monochrome line drawings. Whether in artwork, illustrations or tattoos, I was really attracted to their simplistic beauty. I was later made familiar with Mike Stout's work which has a similar, more… Continue reading Line Drawings
On Channel 4 recently, artist Grayson Perry tackled identity issues of several diverse individuals as he created bold tapestries, pots and sculptures. His work made from this 3 episode series is featured in the National Portrait Gallery, which earlier in the week I went to visit. The exhibition explores British identity through portraiture very well; Perry cleverly gives the viewer… Continue reading Grayson Perry: Who Are You?
I've neglected this blog far too much, and haven't really kept you up to date on the zine project, so this post is going to be a catch up of what went on. My zine was on feminism, from a male perspective. It wasn't really something I knew much about but it seemed to be a craze… Continue reading Zine Project Summary