Jenny’s work has had varied outcomes this year as she has experimented with technique and continued to developed her style. She has taken more of an interest in creating imagery and type by hand, breaking away from the mac. One technique that Jenny has enjoyed playing with has been laser cutting, she is interested in the fragility that can be achieved and also by the application of the design.
Some of the following projects will be on display at Now What.
1 of 5 posters created to celebrate the 200th Birthday of Charles Dickens. Imagery focuses on the dark side of Dickens’ novels and layered plots. Each poster has Victorian wallpaper worked into it to represent the family values that the Victorians and Dickens lived by.
In collaboration with Jacqueline Choi, one of a series of photographs taken for a Degree show branding pitch. The concept of a book, a grounded and fixed beginning suspended in water, giving fluidity to the idea. Representing a student coming through Art and Design University.
A book that Jenny designed to visualise WW1 through the poems written during the war. Taking inspiration from the hand written letters the soldiers received and sent home from the front, and the fact that the view we have on the war is a partial view as none of us were there. Using laser cutting to achieve views through the book from any page, but only a partial view.