Thursday, 8 January 2009

Object2_Chair

Following on from our initial research into the our chair we had to illustrated 20 different and alternative uses for the chair. I made a small cardboard model of a rocking-chair and used that to discover new uses. It helped to have a physical object to move around and look at from different perspectives. I tried to keep the shape and structure of the chair as similar to reality as possible - separating the chair into components or adding to it's structure seemed almost like cheating to me. I bound my images into an A5 book (spent about 20 quid on the photocopier, clown!).

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We also had to show 10 different connotations for our chair. At the end of the 'Object1' project I had began messing about making models of rocking chairs and also people to sit in them, and I decided to continue this for the connotation images. The models were quite effective because many of the connotations I came up with were simple stereotypical characters.

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2 comments:

Sonali said...

so COOL!!

Sonali said...

btw check this dude out= peter callesen