Ed considers himself an interactive designer, producing the majority of his work digitally in web and animation. A lot of his work explores cross-overs and connections between the physical and digital world (such as his on-screen printer; self-promotion that was produced and sent out physically…
The Now What Website is Live
The Now What website profiling the graduates of Brighton Graphic Design and Illustration 2012 is now live. Designed and built by Ed Harrison and myself, the website documents everything you need to know about our upcoming degree show, Now What, taking place from the 5th - 9th July at Netil House, London. Come along!
The Last Hand-in
I have been slacking majorly with updates of my work, mainly because the previous fortnight was the toughest coffee-fuelled assessment period I have ever had. Anyway, here are a few snapshots of three projects I was finalising for my last ever university deadline…
Animal, vegetable, mineral:
A variety of outcomes produced in response to an object of my choice. I chose an old wind-up Wittner metronome, and experimented with photography, animation, film and interactive design.
Letters promoting myself as a designer that were sent to design studios around the world. I produced two versions of the letter- a screen printed fold-out envelope that was posted physically, and a scrolling web version that was linked via email digitally.
I collaborated with designer/ cinematographer Max Smith to produce an interactive film that focuses on cropping into a variety of habitats. The website will be launched very soon- keep an eye out!