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09/02/2015: Structural Drawings: Jessica Stockholder & Claes Oldenburg

To help me formulate a process to translate my ideas, I looked into the drawings of Claes Oldenburg and Jessica Stockholder, as their drawings are examples of how to translate structural ideas onto paper as a means of exploration and development. 384 more words


Brief 6: Editorial and Typography- Jessica Stockholder Research

Jessica Stockholder born in Vancouver, Canada and based in NewYork. Jessica is one of a generation of art its who have broken down the boundaries between painting, sculpture and archictecture to create a new perceptual space. 91 more words

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Brief 6: Editorial & Typography- Booklet Design's

Whilst researching different variations of booklet designs and layout. We came across a variety of designs that were both innovative and inspirational when thinking about advertising the product to the consumers, or in this case the artist… 22 more words

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Brief 6: Editorial & Typography- Stockholder's Examples of Work

Here are a variety of Jessica’s work from previous years. Mainly created with found objects such as building leftovers and many other forgotten objects. She shows her innovative approach through trying to recreate a beautiful piece of work/sculpture through waste and unwanted items that have been discarded or thrown away. 51 more words

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Brief 6: Editorial & Typography- Jessica Stockholder

 Jessica Stockholder

Brief: Choose an artist’s interview from the selection provided. Read it, then research the artist’s work. Gather images from the web (aim for high-res pics). 209 more words

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My Notes on: 'Unmonumental the object in the 21st century'

A book produced by the New Museum in New York to mark an inaugural exhibition at its new home. The aim of exhibition and the book is to try and detect a global trend towards the ‘fragmentary and contingent’ in some of the stronger sculpture being made in the 1st decade of 21st-century. 645 more words