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MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

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MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

Continue reading on Medium

MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

Continue reading on Medium

MOTOVIS: How Silverstone has evolved

 

For many racing fans across the globe, Silverstone is synonymous with Formula 1. The circuit started life as an RAF air station built during the Second World War and in 1950 hosted the very first Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track layout has developed over many years from its original form where it navigated the perimeter roads of the air station to become what it is today.

Continue reading on Medium

How long have the current F1 drivers been in Formula 1?

 

With the announcement of Lewis Hamiltons two-year contract extension today I started to think about how long the current drivers had been on the Formula 1 grid for. Taking a look at the known contracts currently held by the drivers I also looked into who we definitely know will be on the grid in the next few seasons.

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How long have the current F1 drivers been in Formula 1?

 

With the announcement of Lewis Hamiltons two-year contract extension today I started to think about how long the current drivers had been on the Formula 1 grid for. Taking a look at the known contracts currently held by the drivers I also looked into who we definitely know will be on the grid in the next few seasons.

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How long have the current F1 drivers been in Formula 1?

 

With the announcement of Lewis Hamiltons two-year contract extension today I started to think about how long the current drivers had been on the Formula 1 grid for. Taking a look at the known contracts currently held by the drivers I also looked into who we definitely know will be on the grid in the next few seasons.

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How long have the current F1 drivers been in Formula 1?

 

With the announcement of Lewis Hamiltons two-year contract extension today I started to think about how long the current drivers had been on the Formula 1 grid for. Taking a look at the known contracts currently held by the drivers I also looked into who we definitely know will be on the grid in the next few seasons.

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Does a band need a logo?

 

Does a band need a logo? For a lot of people, a brand is just the company/products logo. The image that you see plastered over everything that they produce. But it is different for a band, they interact with their fans differently than a company will with their customers.

First, they are selling something that is not really seen. In the digital age with downloads and streaming on the rise, you no longer get a physical product. You never get to touch the music that you are listening to. With Vinyl and CD’s you see the album artwork that may or may not have the band’s logo on it. Also if you are listening to the music on the radio you won’t even get to see the album cover you will just hear the DJ say the band’s name before or after the song and I believe that many bands will build their brand on their name.

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Does a band need a logo?

 

Does a band need a logo? For a lot of people, a brand is just the company/products logo. The image that you see plastered over everything that they produce. But it is different for a band, they interact with their fans differently than a company will with their customers.

First, they are selling something that is not really seen. In the digital age with downloads and streaming on the rise, you no longer get a physical product. You never get to touch the music that you are listening to. With Vinyl and CD’s you see the album artwork that may or may not have the band’s logo on it. Also if you are listening to the music on the radio you won’t even get to see the album cover you will just hear the DJ say the band’s name before or after the song and I believe that many bands will build their brand on their name.

Continue reading on Medium

Does a band need a logo?

 

Does a band need a logo? For a lot of people, a brand is just the company/products logo. The image that you see plastered over everything that they produce. But it is different for a band, they interact with their fans differently than a company will with their customers.

First, they are selling something that is not really seen. In the digital age with downloads and streaming on the rise, you no longer get a physical product. You never get to touch the music that you are listening to. With Vinyl and CD’s you see the album artwork that may or may not have the band’s logo on it. Also if you are listening to the music on the radio you won’t even get to see the album cover you will just hear the DJ say the band’s name before or after the song and I believe that many bands will build their brand on their name.

Continue reading on Medium

Does a band need a logo?

 

Does a band need a logo? For a lot of people, a brand is just the company/products logo. The image that you see plastered over everything that they produce. But it is different for a band, they interact with their fans differently than a company will with their customers.

First, they are selling something that is not really seen. In the digital age with downloads and streaming on the rise, you no longer get a physical product. You never get to touch the music that you are listening to. With Vinyl and CD’s you see the album artwork that may or may not have the band’s logo on it. Also if you are listening to the music on the radio you won’t even get to see the album cover you will just hear the DJ say the band’s name before or after the song and I believe that many bands will build their brand on their name.

Continue reading on Medium

British Racing Green

 

Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and British based Constructors have seen huge amounts of success since 1958 when the Constructors Championship started. This book helps to visualise the success of the British based teams that ran in 2014 and tell the story of their history in F1. British Racing Green also has an interactive element to it where you can compare the teams rise and fall in the Constructors Championship.

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British Racing Green

 

Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and British based Constructors have seen huge amounts of success since 1958 when the Constructors Championship started. This book helps to visualise the success of the British based teams that ran in 2014 and tell the story of their history in F1. British Racing Green also has an interactive element to it where you can compare the teams rise and fall in the Constructors Championship.

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British Racing Green

 

Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and British based Constructors have seen huge amounts of success since 1958 when the Constructors Championship started. This book helps to visualise the success of the British based teams that ran in 2014 and tell the story of their history in F1. British Racing Green also has an interactive element to it where you can compare the teams rise and fall in the Constructors Championship.

View on Behance

British Racing Green

 

Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and British based Constructors have seen huge amounts of success since 1958 when the Constructors Championship started. This book helps to visualise the success of the British based teams that ran in 2014 and tell the story of their history in F1. British Racing Green also has an interactive element to it where you can compare the teams rise and fall in the Constructors Championship.

View on Behance

d0_0dle

 

d0_0dle is an interactive piece of software that gets people to doodle on images just as they would on a newspaper but digitally. Coded by myself the preselected images would be drawn on by the user and then automatically uploaded to Twitter, with the option for it to be tweeted to the drawer.

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d0_0dle

 

d0_0dle is an interactive piece of software that gets people to doodle on images just as they would on a newspaper but digitally. Coded by myself the preselected images would be drawn on by the user and then automatically uploaded to Twitter, with the option for it to be tweeted to the drawer.

View on Behance

d0_0dle

 

d0_0dle is an interactive piece of software that gets people to doodle on images just as they would on a newspaper but digitally. Coded by myself the preselected images would be drawn on by the user and then automatically uploaded to Twitter, with the option for it to be tweeted to the drawer.

View on Behance

d0_0dle

 

d0_0dle is an interactive piece of software that gets people to doodle on images just as they would on a newspaper but digitally. Coded by myself the preselected images would be drawn on by the user and then automatically uploaded to Twitter, with the option for it to be tweeted to the drawer.

View on Behance

Pixel Albums

 

The original idea behind Pixel Albums was to see how much you can remove from an image before it becomes unrecognisable. Using coding I have edited album covers from my favourite music artists into these pixelated images that still, in theory, will resemble the original covers.

While the first series of Pixel Albums did not fully explore how far you can remove the image before you cannot tell what it was or what the image actually shows. For the second series of Pixel Albums, this is what is going to be explored.

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Pixel Albums

 

The original idea behind Pixel Albums was to see how much you can remove from an image before it becomes unrecognisable. Using coding I have edited album covers from my favourite music artists into these pixelated images that still, in theory, will resemble the original covers.

While the first series of Pixel Albums did not fully explore how far you can remove the image before you cannot tell what it was or what the image actually shows. For the second series of Pixel Albums, this is what is going to be explored.

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Pixel Albums

 

The original idea behind Pixel Albums was to see how much you can remove from an image before it becomes unrecognisable. Using coding I have edited album covers from my favourite music artists into these pixelated images that still, in theory, will resemble the original covers.

While the first series of Pixel Albums did not fully explore how far you can remove the image before you cannot tell what it was or what the image actually shows. For the second series of Pixel Albums, this is what is going to be explored.

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Pixel Albums

 

The original idea behind Pixel Albums was to see how much you can remove from an image before it becomes unrecognisable. Using coding I have edited album covers from my favourite music artists into these pixelated images that still, in theory, will resemble the original covers.

While the first series of Pixel Albums did not fully explore how far you can remove the image before you cannot tell what it was or what the image actually shows. For the second series of Pixel Albums, this is what is going to be explored.

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How has the London Underground map changed our understanding of the layout of London?

 

When you ask someone about London Underground one of the first things that they will mention is the iconic map designed by Harry Beck. ”In 2006 it was named one of Britain’s top three design icons.” (OVENDEN, 2013, p. 153) One can easily say that it could be a top world icon as the map has been copied and redeveloped for many different transport systems all over the world. “To this day Harry beck’s design is the template to underground maps over the world, you can see it every where, its on boxer shorts, its on braces, its all over the place. Its one of Transport for London’s biggest assets.” (ROBERT ELMS — Design Classics: The London Underground Map. 1987. Video)

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How has the London Underground map changed our understanding of the layout of London?

 

When you ask someone about London Underground one of the first things that they will mention is the iconic map designed by Harry Beck. ”In 2006 it was named one of Britain’s top three design icons.” (OVENDEN, 2013, p. 153) One can easily say that it could be a top world icon as the map has been copied and redeveloped for many different transport systems all over the world. “To this day Harry beck’s design is the template to underground maps over the world, you can see it every where, its on boxer shorts, its on braces, its all over the place. Its one of Transport for London’s biggest assets.” (ROBERT ELMS — Design Classics: The London Underground Map. 1987. Video)

Continue reading on Medium

How has the London Underground map changed our understanding of the layout of London?

 

When you ask someone about London Underground one of the first things that they will mention is the iconic map designed by Harry Beck. ”In 2006 it was named one of Britain’s top three design icons.” (OVENDEN, 2013, p. 153) One can easily say that it could be a top world icon as the map has been copied and redeveloped for many different transport systems all over the world. “To this day Harry beck’s design is the template to underground maps over the world, you can see it every where, its on boxer shorts, its on braces, its all over the place. Its one of Transport for London’s biggest assets.” (ROBERT ELMS — Design Classics: The London Underground Map. 1987. Video)

Continue reading on Medium

How has the London Underground map changed our understanding of the layout of London?

 

When you ask someone about London Underground one of the first things that they will mention is the iconic map designed by Harry Beck. ”In 2006 it was named one of Britain’s top three design icons.” (OVENDEN, 2013, p. 153) One can easily say that it could be a top world icon as the map has been copied and redeveloped for many different transport systems all over the world. “To this day Harry beck’s design is the template to underground maps over the world, you can see it every where, its on boxer shorts, its on braces, its all over the place. Its one of Transport for London’s biggest assets.” (ROBERT ELMS — Design Classics: The London Underground Map. 1987. Video)

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Imgur Colouring Book

 

I had my work selected to be in Imgur’s adult colouring book that was put together to raise money for the Dig Deep charity. The black and white outlined image used for the published book was developed from an older project developed for a Creative Coding exhibition at Ravensbourne. Randomly generated lines controlled by a Xbox Kinect sensor were put into Illustrator to then create this ‘Explosion’ pattern.

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Imgur Colouring Book

 

I had my work selected to be in Imgur’s adult colouring book that was put together to raise money for the Dig Deep charity. The black and white outlined image used for the published book was developed from an older project developed for a Creative Coding exhibition at Ravensbourne. Randomly generated lines controlled by a Xbox Kinect sensor were put into Illustrator to then create this ‘Explosion’ pattern.

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Imgur Colouring Book

 

I had my work selected to be in Imgur’s adult colouring book that was put together to raise money for the Dig Deep charity. The black and white outlined image used for the published book was developed from an older project developed for a Creative Coding exhibition at Ravensbourne. Randomly generated lines controlled by a Xbox Kinect sensor were put into Illustrator to then create this ‘Explosion’ pattern.

View on Behance

Imgur Colouring Book

 

I had my work selected to be in Imgur’s adult colouring book that was put together to raise money for the Dig Deep charity. The black and white outlined image used for the published book was developed from an older project developed for a Creative Coding exhibition at Ravensbourne. Randomly generated lines controlled by a Xbox Kinect sensor were put into Illustrator to then create this ‘Explosion’ pattern.

View on Behance

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