Jasmin Dwyer

Australian artist Jasmin Dwyer creates these amazing screen prints using various screen printing techniques.


Screen Prints 4 WaysThese four prints have to be my favourite. The image is ultimately the same, but printed four ways. I am currently studying a module option in Lithograph print, and am expanding my contextual research into other areas of print and drawing. The way she has put these together though multiple layer’s composition and placement of colour makes each one unique. The way in which the colour and over print both work in harmony, it makes me think of my own work I have been creating at the moment removing colour channels when working digitally creating a unique transparency of colour even though its not print making for me is the same kind of idea but just using a different process.

Fashion and moving image

Continuing with research for my current project, I am finding more ways in which fashion is being communicated through moving image. I think that by using this technique is an effective way to show an over-view of a collection as these in particular link to various fashion weeks this process is being used all over the world for this purpose. It allows a quick interesting insight to the designers collections of work, in my opinion more so than just a photograph. They catch your eye quicker and hold your attention for longer than  photograph due to them moving so quickly from each model. For me it makes me want t know more about the designer or the brand compered to looking through a static collection can  transitioning one image into another. Gives you a feel of the mood the collection is trying to create as a body of work. I would love to explore this way of communicating more within my own practice.


DECO gif Paris SS16OCCULT gif Paris SS16



London AW15 GIFs | Dazed



Milan Fashion Week GIFS, SS16, Dazed Digital

Richard Avedon

I stumbled across Richard avedon the other day instantly being drawn to to his fashion photography.


Veruschka, dress by Kimberly, New York, January 4, 1967

Veruschka, dress by Kimberly, New York, January 4, 1967.

The way he captures the movement of the model in this photograph, its like you can feel hr movement as he captured the shot. I am thinking to take images that creates this feel of moment couldn’t of been easy (even though he makes it look so) especially back when it was taken. I think there was so much more to the world of photography then more of a ‘realness’ if you like as there was no Photoshop to fix areas or any sort of filters or lighting effects that can quickly correct problems. I think it was very much more about the photographer, the lighting and the model. Maybe that is why I am always drawn to photography and photographers from this period of time? These two photos below show the same quality’s I think he had a distinct way of capturing and communicating his work that I find really interesting.

Veruschka, dress by Bill Blass, New York, January 4, 1967

Veruschka, dress by Bill Blass, New York, January 4, 1967


Twiggy, hair by Ara Gallant, Paris, January 6, 1968

Twiggy, hair by Ara Gallant, Paris, January 6, 1968

Even with his later work and the use of colour, I think a lot of his principles remained the same and still he manages to hold onto those quality’s and the realness within his work.

Kate Moss and Aya Thorgren,  Versace Spring/Summer 1993 campaign, New York,  November 12, 1992

Kate Moss and Aya Thorgren, Versace Spring/Summer 1993 campaign, New York, November 12, 1992

The Comforts Portfolio, #04: A Fable in 24 Episodes, Montauk, New York, August 1995

The Comforts Portfolio, #04: A Fable in 24 Episodes, Montauk, New York, August 1995



Ione Gamble


“Founding editor-in-chief of Polyester zine, I commission, produce, and oversee all content under Polyester print and online, including partnerships and collaborations.

With a focus on feminism, arts and culture and fashion; I also regularly freelance for both print and online publications, including Vice, Noisey, Huck Magazine Dazed, Crack Magazine, Bustle, Riposte, and more.”

So this weeks professional practice lecture I am feeling excited about hearing her experience and how she got to work with certain publications I am  always looking at, especially I-D and Dazed of which I always buy.

looking at polyester online, I am drawn to this http://polyesterzine.com/not-yours/

The way in which its layered out and is forced on the artists imagery to tell the story. I am really interested in how the artist has created her designs and feel that Polyester has got something really special hear as in my experience more often than not imagery and illustration is not like this. I feel that polyester has this edge allowing something a bit different the fact its all about feminist, fashion and culture allows it to stand out from the crowd as a non conformist publication this is defiantly a positive and one to explore.

Not Yours

“Not Yours is an interpretation of femininity and the unattainable ideals imposed upon women. Using the untraditional medium of 3D, my images aim to scrutinise the role of the internet and its desire to be aesthetically perfect. Through whimsical colour and texture, Bambi moulds glamorous dreamscapes and scenarios.”

3D art: Bambi Kirschner

Tim walker

Looking at how different creatives work can portray a narrative through the use of different media. looking at: Tim Walkers Show- Entitled Story Teller. Through his fun imaginative use of photography creating these incredible photographs. Which in my option tell a story in there own right.


“TIM WALKER – STORY TELLER – Stella Tennant in hare mask and Charles Guislain in birds of paradise crown, Howick Hall, 2010”

This photograph makes me think of Alice in wonderland, with the models head being a rabbit- takes me to that psychedelic place.









“TIM WALKER – STORY TELLER – Karlie Kloss and yellow cottage, Rye, 2010”

Is this communicating the wizard of oz? I can see elements of this film within this photograph









“TIM WALKER – STORY TELLER – Karlie Kloss and broken Humpty Dumpty, Rye, 2010″

Going back to childhood nursery rhymes for me.




“TIM WALKER – STORY TELLER – Giant doll prop”

This installation I think to see it would have been a bit scary, but fun at the same time but could imagine feeling intimated by the presence of this doll.






“TIM WALKER – STORY TELLER – Smashed Humpty Dumpty model”


Julie Verhoeven


DesignI have talked about Verhoevens work, in a previous post. but stumbled across this illustration whilst looking through the collections at the Victoria and Albert museum. This illustration she has produced is is relevant to what I have been exploring within figurative and fashion illustration. What is drawing my attention is her simple use of line predominantly, flashes of colour and detail as required. These things for me make the illustration come alive. Sometimes less is more! This is something I need to be OK with for myself ads at times I over complicate or it becomes so intricate that it can lose what I am trying to communicate. I think exploring her work again and learning what her working process is could help me to develop my own process and give me more confidence in doing so.