Wedding card

Another work of wedding, teaspoon designed two cards for both morning and evening ceramony .. The morning one is two colors / two sides letter press printed. The evening one is three layers of flowers leads your way from the keyhole with hand draw border to the garden where the name of the couple foile printed in the middle.

 

Penhaligon’s Christmas collection

Penhaligon’s , a famous London based perfume brand which established since 1870 made a new amazing gift boxes for this Christmas. The boxes are based on the theme of anthropomorphic animals, deliver a bespoke gifting solution for the boutique perfumer. Briefed with delivering eccentricity and decadence, the new collection creates a fantasy world in keeping with the brand’s charismatic charm. Each range tells a story, from an afternoon tea party through to music and discovery.

 

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1st teaspoon 

 

Oscar Wilde book cover

A final project for master from Pilar Solar, he choose the author Oscar Wilde and took “The picture of Dorian Gray” novel.

“I tried to develop a design based on the author’s personality (aesthete, mystic and exhibitionist). For the cover I used a very eye-catching Japanese cloth to represent the exuberance of Wilde throughout his life.”

Amazing isn’t it?

 

 

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The finish book

Finally, I finish my book with the jacket and another one poster folding inside. I fold a small floder and place it with the back cover for keep my poster there. About the poster, I bring nine of my patterns and stick them together like a piece of patchwork. Last, my dust jacket can be pull off and use them as a poster or a bunch of flower to decorate your house (and honestly, when using this jacket as a cover, it’s very hard to hold this book)

When a dust jacket covered the book, you can see the whole bunch of flowers and just the bookmarks.

I fold a small folder and stick with the back cover to keep my poster inside.

xxx,

1st teaspoon

Very Sanderson

I went to Fashion and Textile museum last week, because my friend told me that there are now “Very Sanderson 150 years of English Decoration” , it’s about Pattern and I might like that! so I was there, and love it like my friend told. I found many incredible pieces of clothes and the way they made a pattern when there was no computer from the last 150 years. As I thought, they first draw grids and hand draw on paper. It seems pretty hard to make them in a nice layout without any programme’s help. I think the British style based on flowers, it was started from there and still in everything today from a cup to a wallpaper that wrap a building.  I quite like that, I think it’s this country style and identity. Even new designers like, Cath Kidston remade the old style to a cute and modern style flower pattern and brings them to all her products. After this exhibition, I feel like I want to make my own pattern like my first plan to my London book.

xxx,

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Stencil and Icon and symbol

I have known the stencil technique before but not with the sponge. When I stenciled I always use a spray colour but this time when I use sponge, the out come is amazing. It can see the disheveled of colour when you roll the sponge each time which I quite like that.

In the Icons  and symbols class, I was told to create signage for the area in London I choose. My group choose Covent Garden area which has a way to China town also. We got many ideas for create symbolic of places around there, like a symbol of a man a hat and money in their eyes, refer to a street show there which you have to pay for watching them, or a upside down duck for China town. After many ideas we did, we decided to mix the symbols and the signags together, related to what we feel that ares is. All the mood, feeling, sounds, smells and people there are like, we agree as a fun feeling like a festival is explain that area best. Not only thinking about the shape of places and directions there, but I have learnt to think about the atmosphere and the feeling of that area to.

xxx,

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