Thursday, 17 November 2011

High Rise

Illustrations based on JG Ballard's High Rise. Need to adjust the exposure and levels on these but just thought the upload was long over due.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Roden Crater from Erin Shirreff on Vimeo.

image under various kinds of lighting, artificially mimicking the changing sky above the crater. The 15-minute loop includes a closing sequence that reveals increasingly the glare of the camera’s repeated flash upon the found image.

New York-based artist ERIN SHIRREFF ’s photographs, videos and sculptures exploit the interval between mediums as a means of destabilizing conventional ways of seeing an object or image.

SHIREFF’s art can at times be dry and difficult to access, and her most engaging works are still her videos. Conceptually, however, this show couldn’t be more timely. As our world becomes ever more absorbed by images, her efforts remind us how urgent it is to understand what’s real.ANNE DORAN

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Friday, 14 October 2011

Thursday, 8 September 2011


Photograph I took of my brother then photoshopped.

Monday, 11 July 2011


My contribution for the home edition on OH zine

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Few pages from a couple of my sketchbooks.

Friday, 20 May 2011

Portrait for our new zine, debut issue Bitches On Heat.

Saturday, 2 April 2011


So went to the Pick Me Up exhibition the other week which was really awesome. I'd spent the first half of the day at Tate Modern in the Gabriel Orozco exhibition for some inspiration for my animation project. It was a very different take on everyday objects but there was definately some ideas in there that i could draw out, i especially liked the "first there was spit" (? i think thats what they were called) pieces. Really good fun and thought provoking at the same time. Anyway back to pick me up, of course there were more immediate connections to be made with the work here, and a lot of work i'd already come across, but it was just a testament really to what i could be doing in a few years. It was a great selection of work from the likes of Tom Gauld, Nobrow, Eda Akaltun (have been very fond of her work for a while) and actually some of my tutors work was on sale there, which was kinda cool to see. Had a little go at their collage workshop they'd set up too, and here's a few photos i took.

Friday, 28 January 2011

Royal Academy of Arts

Some photographs I took at the Aware. Fashion Art Identity exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts today. The pieces were truly amazing and thought provoking, a definite eye opener for anyone slightly prejudice towards fashion as an art form. The exhibition also included video installations from photographer film maker Cindy Sherman among others.