So its back to college and my final year already feels like its disappearing beneath me, beginning the year with editorials. This editorial and the two complementary vignette images are for an article reviewing the book 'Tormented Hope: nine Hypochondriac lives', by Brian Dillion. This book includes people such as James Boswell, Charlotte Bronte and Charles Darwin. The image above is particularly relating to the story of Daniel Paul Schreber, a politician who went 'insane' , believed that god wanted him to change into a woman and that benidictine Monks had found themselves inside his head, amogst other things.
One of the hypochondriacs included Florence Nightingale, who often complained of her illnesses, often taking work to her bed for long periods of time. Three images done, just one to go, as well as the issue of printing.
Tuesday, 29 September 2009
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Sunday, 6 September 2009
This is my latest post for Gemma Correll's new fantastic group called what I wore Today, for all us camera shy illustrators out there. And seen as though so many people have put up some great drawings Gemma has set up a new blog for the favourite ones here.
Saturday, 5 September 2009
This amazing house is made out of old found objects, is designed my Dan Philips and has really inspired me to do loads of house drawings. I particularity love the colours in this roof .
This ceiling is made out of old frame samples. View the entire slideshow on The New York Times. Photos by Michael Stravato. Found on Mint.
Friday, 4 September 2009
What is more strong than a house built on chicken legs?! Inspired by the Russian fairy tale I was told as a child. I decided that I would try and produce something digitally for a change, hope this has been a success.
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