Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic. Key aspects of my research include, where picnic has come from and what is the difference between picnic and alfresco dining.
For secondary research I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs. Drawing forms and shape it in different angels informed me many ideas and ideas became such oval, square and circle base.
I developed my ideas by transferring the shapes, which I drew before and made them as a sample by improving them step by step. 
Experimentation started with different materials and technique.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
I made a base as a holder to put the object on, for the metal I pot the piece of metal on the base and try to bend it from all the sides with hand first and used hammer for essential arias, or for the acrylic I left it in oven for 15 minutes to het it up and then formed it on the base.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them. In acrylic it is quite easy to give it shape but you have to be very quick as it goes cool down very fast. 
It is impossible to use wood for this kind of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.
I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  
At the end I have looked at different type of blankets pattern and design, and design some patterns, playing with lines and colours to achieve my own created design and it will be applied on the final outcome with vinyl.
 

  Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic. Key aspects of my research include, where picnic has come from and what is the difference between picnic and alfresco dining.
For secondary research I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs. Drawing forms and shape it in different angels informed me many ideas and ideas became such oval, square and circle base.
I developed my ideas by transferring the shapes, which I drew before and made them as a sample by improving them step by step. 
Experimentation started with different materials and technique.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
I made a base as a holder to put the object on, for the metal I pot the piece of metal on the base and try to bend it from all the sides with hand first and used hammer for essential arias, or for the acrylic I left it in oven for 15 minutes to het it up and then formed it on the base.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them. In acrylic it is quite easy to give it shape but you have to be very quick as it goes cool down very fast. 
It is impossible to use wood for this kind of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.
I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  
At the end I have looked at different type of blankets pattern and design, and design some patterns, playing with lines and colours to achieve my own created design and it will be applied on the final outcome with vinyl.
 

  Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic. Key aspects of my research include, where picnic has come from and what is the difference between picnic and alfresco dining.
For secondary research I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs. Drawing forms and shape it in different angels informed me many ideas and ideas became such oval, square and circle base.
I developed my ideas by transferring the shapes, which I drew before and made them as a sample by improving them step by step. 
Experimentation started with different materials and technique.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
I made a base as a holder to put the object on, for the metal I pot the piece of metal on the base and try to bend it from all the sides with hand first and used hammer for essential arias, or for the acrylic I left it in oven for 15 minutes to het it up and then formed it on the base.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them. In acrylic it is quite easy to give it shape but you have to be very quick as it goes cool down very fast. 
It is impossible to use wood for this kind of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.
I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  
At the end I have looked at different type of blankets pattern and design, and design some patterns, playing with lines and colours to achieve my own created design and it will be applied on the final outcome with vinyl.
 

  Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic. Key aspects of my research include, where picnic has come from and what is the difference between picnic and alfresco dining.
For secondary research I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs. Drawing forms and shape it in different angels informed me many ideas and ideas became such oval, square and circle base.
I developed my ideas by transferring the shapes, which I drew before and made them as a sample by improving them step by step. 
Experimentation started with different materials and technique.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
I made a base as a holder to put the object on, for the metal I pot the piece of metal on the base and try to bend it from all the sides with hand first and used hammer for essential arias, or for the acrylic I left it in oven for 15 minutes to het it up and then formed it on the base.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them. In acrylic it is quite easy to give it shape but you have to be very quick as it goes cool down very fast. 
It is impossible to use wood for this kind of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.
I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  
At the end I have looked at different type of blankets pattern and design, and design some patterns, playing with lines and colours to achieve my own created design and it will be applied on the final outcome with vinyl.
 

  Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic. Key aspects of my research include, where picnic has come from and what is the difference between picnic and alfresco dining.
For secondary research I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs. Drawing forms and shape it in different angels informed me many ideas and ideas became such oval, square and circle base.
I developed my ideas by transferring the shapes, which I drew before and made them as a sample by improving them step by step. 
Experimentation started with different materials and technique.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
I made a base as a holder to put the object on, for the metal I pot the piece of metal on the base and try to bend it from all the sides with hand first and used hammer for essential arias, or for the acrylic I left it in oven for 15 minutes to het it up and then formed it on the base.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them. In acrylic it is quite easy to give it shape but you have to be very quick as it goes cool down very fast. 
It is impossible to use wood for this kind of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.
I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  
At the end I have looked at different type of blankets pattern and design, and design some patterns, playing with lines and colours to achieve my own created design and it will be applied on the final outcome with vinyl.
 

 

Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.

I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic. Key aspects of my research include, where picnic has come from and what is the difference between picnic and alfresco dining.

For secondary research I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.

Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.

The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs. Drawing forms and shape it in different angels informed me many ideas and ideas became such oval, square and circle base.

I developed my ideas by transferring the shapes, which I drew before and made them as a sample by improving them step by step. 

Experimentation started with different materials and technique.

Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.

I made a base as a holder to put the object on, for the metal I pot the piece of metal on the base and try to bend it from all the sides with hand first and used hammer for essential arias, or for the acrylic I left it in oven for 15 minutes to het it up and then formed it on the base.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them. In acrylic it is quite easy to give it shape but you have to be very quick as it goes cool down very fast.

It is impossible to use wood for this kind of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.

I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.

However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.

The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.

I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  

At the end I have looked at different type of blankets pattern and design, and design some patterns, playing with lines and colours to achieve my own created design and it will be applied on the final outcome with vinyl.

 

 

Food for thought
For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic.
I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs.
As it is quite hard to make it in actual size, the out come will be a maquette.
I started making sample of the maquette with paper and cards.
 Experimentation started with different materials and technics.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
Each one had positive and negative points to use them.
It is impossible to use wood for this kin of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.

I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.   Food for thought
For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic.
I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs.
As it is quite hard to make it in actual size, the out come will be a maquette.
I started making sample of the maquette with paper and cards.
 Experimentation started with different materials and technics.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
Each one had positive and negative points to use them.
It is impossible to use wood for this kin of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.

I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.   Food for thought
For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.
I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic.
I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.
Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.
The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs.
As it is quite hard to make it in actual size, the out come will be a maquette.
I started making sample of the maquette with paper and cards.
 Experimentation started with different materials and technics.
Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.
Each one had positive and negative points to use them.
It is impossible to use wood for this kin of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.
I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.
However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.
The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.

I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  

Food for thought

For beginning of the research I chose picnic for my starting point.

I went back to my group research, which we been working as a group research and analyzed the history of picnic.

I visited many places such as; Manchester art gallery, Liverpool privet galleries and Liverpool Tate.

Drawing the objects from the places I visited helped me to generate my ideas. From the sequential objects drawing I found an interesting subject to start to developing my ideas. Blanket was a subject been chosen from picnic.

The idea is to design outdoor seating inspired by blanket and the blanket be a table as itself and also the corner of the blanket work as its legs.

As it is quite hard to make it in actual size, the out come will be a maquette.

I started making sample of the maquette with paper and cards.

 Experimentation started with different materials and technics.

Acrylic. Metal and fabric were the experimental materials.

Each one had positive and negative points to use them.

It is impossible to use wood for this kin of shape and forms because it is not as bendy as it needs to be.

I found some kind of glue such as PVA and special fabric’s super glue to dry fabric and make it hard and solid but it is not practicable as it is because it will lose the shape after it gets wet.

However, there are some solutions to me it waterproof such as; wax and rasin cast.

The more practicable material is acrylic. Acrylics can be very bendy when it hits up in 200 degrees and it gives me a most likely the shape which I expect to.

I’m still doing more experimentation to make sure which one of these materials will be good enough to make it as a maquette and actual size.  





Eating Outdoors

Working as a group is different experience.

I found it useful because you have more idea to discuss with them.

However it depends to the group. People have different view from a common subjects and it makes different ideas. 

It is very successful to save time working as a group, each person can focuses on a title and provide a successful proses and achieving acceptable result.

Although there were some difficulties to arrange with people and time and matching all the research together and it could be because of the first experience of group researching.

 

Basically it feels like you have discovered all the requests you have been asked but after hearing the others groups’ presentation, you noticed that you haven’t done enough and you have missed some of the parts. 

 

They are many ways to do research. I really enjoyed the surveys; you get interesting answers from people and have more ideas.

However, you cannot rely to all the answers because they can be personal opinions. 

 

Browsing on Internet is on of the useful ways to do researching but as you cannot rely to all the information and the websites it could distract to carry on the proses.

Books, magazines, journals are the reliable items to do researching there are no wrong information and personal ideas in them and all the researches have been informed professionally. 

 

There were more interesting things which I found from other group presentations were according all the research proses step by step. I learned when you doing presentation, it doesn’t mean that you must just talk. You can show objects, clips or whatever you can use to describe your research clearly.

 

This research was mainly about food but my thought was different. I liked the people’s reactions, colors of foods, shapes of foods, and different cultures’ thought of eating outdoors and different mores in different countries.

 

I aim to discover more about different coulters’ thought of eating outdoors, how they understand, what kind of foods they like to eat as eating outdoor and what could effect to eating outdoor. 



Eating Outdoors

Working as a group is different experience.

I found it useful because you have more idea to discuss with them.

However it depends to the group. People have different view from a common subjects and it makes different ideas. 

It is very successful to save time working as a group, each person can focuses on a title and provide a successful proses and achieving acceptable result.

Although there were some difficulties to arrange with people and time and matching all the research together and it could be because of the first experience of group researching.

 

Basically it feels like you have discovered all the requests you have been asked but after hearing the others groups’ presentation, you noticed that you haven’t done enough and you have missed some of the parts. 

 

They are many ways to do research. I really enjoyed the surveys; you get interesting answers from people and have more ideas.

However, you cannot rely to all the answers because they can be personal opinions. 

 

Browsing on Internet is on of the useful ways to do researching but as you cannot rely to all the information and the websites it could distract to carry on the proses.

Books, magazines, journals are the reliable items to do researching there are no wrong information and personal ideas in them and all the researches have been informed professionally. 

 

There were more interesting things which I found from other group presentations were according all the research proses step by step. I learned when you doing presentation, it doesn’t mean that you must just talk. You can show objects, clips or whatever you can use to describe your research clearly.

 

This research was mainly about food but my thought was different. I liked the people’s reactions, colors of foods, shapes of foods, and different cultures’ thought of eating outdoors and different mores in different countries.

 

I aim to discover more about different coulters’ thought of eating outdoors, how they understand, what kind of foods they like to eat as eating outdoor and what could effect to eating outdoor. 



Eating Outdoors

Working as a group is different experience.

I found it useful because you have more idea to discuss with them.

However it depends to the group. People have different view from a common subjects and it makes different ideas. 

It is very successful to save time working as a group, each person can focuses on a title and provide a successful proses and achieving acceptable result.

Although there were some difficulties to arrange with people and time and matching all the research together and it could be because of the first experience of group researching.

 

Basically it feels like you have discovered all the requests you have been asked but after hearing the others groups’ presentation, you noticed that you haven’t done enough and you have missed some of the parts. 

 

They are many ways to do research. I really enjoyed the surveys; you get interesting answers from people and have more ideas.

However, you cannot rely to all the answers because they can be personal opinions. 

 

Browsing on Internet is on of the useful ways to do researching but as you cannot rely to all the information and the websites it could distract to carry on the proses.

Books, magazines, journals are the reliable items to do researching there are no wrong information and personal ideas in them and all the researches have been informed professionally. 

 

There were more interesting things which I found from other group presentations were according all the research proses step by step. I learned when you doing presentation, it doesn’t mean that you must just talk. You can show objects, clips or whatever you can use to describe your research clearly.

 

This research was mainly about food but my thought was different. I liked the people’s reactions, colors of foods, shapes of foods, and different cultures’ thought of eating outdoors and different mores in different countries.

 

I aim to discover more about different coulters’ thought of eating outdoors, how they understand, what kind of foods they like to eat as eating outdoor and what could effect to eating outdoor.

Eating Outdoors

Working as a group is different experience.

I found it useful because you have more idea to discuss with them.

However it depends to the group. People have different view from a common subjects and it makes different ideas.

It is very successful to save time working as a group, each person can focuses on a title and provide a successful proses and achieving acceptable result.

Although there were some difficulties to arrange with people and time and matching all the research together and it could be because of the first experience of group researching.

 

Basically it feels like you have discovered all the requests you have been asked but after hearing the others groups’ presentation, you noticed that you haven’t done enough and you have missed some of the parts.

 

They are many ways to do research. I really enjoyed the surveys; you get interesting answers from people and have more ideas.

However, you cannot rely to all the answers because they can be personal opinions.

 

Browsing on Internet is on of the useful ways to do researching but as you cannot rely to all the information and the websites it could distract to carry on the proses.

Books, magazines, journals are the reliable items to do researching there are no wrong information and personal ideas in them and all the researches have been informed professionally.

 

There were more interesting things which I found from other group presentations were according all the research proses step by step. I learned when you doing presentation, it doesn’t mean that you must just talk. You can show objects, clips or whatever you can use to describe your research clearly.

 

This research was mainly about food but my thought was different. I liked the people’s reactions, colors of foods, shapes of foods, and different cultures’ thought of eating outdoors and different mores in different countries.

 

I aim to discover more about different coulters’ thought of eating outdoors, how they understand, what kind of foods they like to eat as eating outdoor and what could effect to eating outdoor.

 
 
For this brief I experimented with different techniques and materials working with metal, ceramic, wood and digital work shop to promote my ideas. I needed to bring my ideas to a realistic shape after testing them in many ways by making samples.
 
Sequential thinking and drawing helped me with my ideas and the materials I needed to create the samples, allowing me to develop my initial ideas and research to produce a final piece for this brief.
 
Basically the idea was to make a cube with a void inside it or a cube, which is made of many squares, on top of each other with different sizes.
 
Initially I sketched my ideas to develop to develop and find a spectacular design for the cube. I really enjoyed sketching; I found it helpful to develop my sequential thinking. As I am interested in twisty shapes I concentrated my research and thoughts to take the design out of a uniform shape to become a dazzling shape.
 
Choosing the material was one the hardest steps for me. After reviewing the materials I had previously used, I decided to use ply wood and acrylic sheet because I wanted to use a mix of materials, rather than using just one material and I think these two materials work in harmony. As acrylic has a shiny surface it is beautiful when the light is reflected from it. I chose black and withe acrylic because they make a good contrast. They can be cut, either with laser cutter or CNC router, which was very practical to save time.
 
After cutting the squares before gluing them, I built them up in different ways.
 
I was able to build them up in 3 sets of same color and move them as I had with the drawings in my sketchbook.
 

Finally I created two dazzling shapes.  
 
For this brief I experimented with different techniques and materials working with metal, ceramic, wood and digital work shop to promote my ideas. I needed to bring my ideas to a realistic shape after testing them in many ways by making samples.
 
Sequential thinking and drawing helped me with my ideas and the materials I needed to create the samples, allowing me to develop my initial ideas and research to produce a final piece for this brief.
 
Basically the idea was to make a cube with a void inside it or a cube, which is made of many squares, on top of each other with different sizes.
 
Initially I sketched my ideas to develop to develop and find a spectacular design for the cube. I really enjoyed sketching; I found it helpful to develop my sequential thinking. As I am interested in twisty shapes I concentrated my research and thoughts to take the design out of a uniform shape to become a dazzling shape.
 
Choosing the material was one the hardest steps for me. After reviewing the materials I had previously used, I decided to use ply wood and acrylic sheet because I wanted to use a mix of materials, rather than using just one material and I think these two materials work in harmony. As acrylic has a shiny surface it is beautiful when the light is reflected from it. I chose black and withe acrylic because they make a good contrast. They can be cut, either with laser cutter or CNC router, which was very practical to save time.
 
After cutting the squares before gluing them, I built them up in different ways.
 
I was able to build them up in 3 sets of same color and move them as I had with the drawings in my sketchbook.
 

Finally I created two dazzling shapes.  
 
For this brief I experimented with different techniques and materials working with metal, ceramic, wood and digital work shop to promote my ideas. I needed to bring my ideas to a realistic shape after testing them in many ways by making samples.
 
Sequential thinking and drawing helped me with my ideas and the materials I needed to create the samples, allowing me to develop my initial ideas and research to produce a final piece for this brief.
 
Basically the idea was to make a cube with a void inside it or a cube, which is made of many squares, on top of each other with different sizes.
 
Initially I sketched my ideas to develop to develop and find a spectacular design for the cube. I really enjoyed sketching; I found it helpful to develop my sequential thinking. As I am interested in twisty shapes I concentrated my research and thoughts to take the design out of a uniform shape to become a dazzling shape.
 
Choosing the material was one the hardest steps for me. After reviewing the materials I had previously used, I decided to use ply wood and acrylic sheet because I wanted to use a mix of materials, rather than using just one material and I think these two materials work in harmony. As acrylic has a shiny surface it is beautiful when the light is reflected from it. I chose black and withe acrylic because they make a good contrast. They can be cut, either with laser cutter or CNC router, which was very practical to save time.
 
After cutting the squares before gluing them, I built them up in different ways.
 
I was able to build them up in 3 sets of same color and move them as I had with the drawings in my sketchbook.
 

Finally I created two dazzling shapes.

 

 

For this brief I experimented with different techniques and materials working with metal, ceramic, wood and digital work shop to promote my ideas. I needed to bring my ideas to a realistic shape after testing them in many ways by making samples.

 

Sequential thinking and drawing helped me with my ideas and the materials I needed to create the samples, allowing me to develop my initial ideas and research to produce a final piece for this brief.

 

Basically the idea was to make a cube with a void inside it or a cube, which is made of many squares, on top of each other with different sizes.

 

Initially I sketched my ideas to develop to develop and find a spectacular design for the cube. I really enjoyed sketching; I found it helpful to develop my sequential thinking. As I am interested in twisty shapes I concentrated my research and thoughts to take the design out of a uniform shape to become a dazzling shape.

 

Choosing the material was one the hardest steps for me. After reviewing the materials I had previously used, I decided to use ply wood and acrylic sheet because I wanted to use a mix of materials, rather than using just one material and I think these two materials work in harmony. As acrylic has a shiny surface it is beautiful when the light is reflected from it. I chose black and withe acrylic because they make a good contrast. They can be cut, either with laser cutter or CNC router, which was very practical to save time.

 

After cutting the squares before gluing them, I built them up in different ways.

 

I was able to build them up in 3 sets of same color and move them as I had with the drawings in my sketchbook.

 

Finally I created two dazzling shapes.

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Subject of my 3D products include the different materials and technics, I believe that I need to work with different kind of materials to find appropriate materials to work on, after explored many materials, I most like to work with cards and paper. However, I have done experimental work with woods and metals too,  

Basically after some sequential research and experimentations, I found an exiting subject regarding the project that I am doing. I chosen working with layers as my subject.

Sketching my ideas was one the successful project processing to improve the accuracy and best way to bring 2D to 3D shapes. 

I most like one of the ideas, which I made; it is a cube that has been made with colour cards, I made this cube to according to the sequential thinking. I like this cube, because of combination of the colours, the process of making is, I started it with an square layer and increase the lines in every each layers, I made an other cube which is obtained from offcuts of the this cube, I glued the colours squares cards, and in each layer I twist the cards,

Finally, at end I achieve an amazing twisty cube, which catches eyes.

Alternatively, I have done experimentation in different workshops, I really enjoy metal workshop as much as wood workshop. It occurred to me that some times I haven’t liked working in workshops at the beginning, because I did not know how to use the tools correctly and I conjectured the end of making process before I finished it. 

I am reading Thomas Heatherwick’s making book, most of my research come from his works because of as always like to make the objects in a big size, most of his works are massive and spectacular, I specially like the forms, twits and cavers he created on his works in amazing ways.

I believe that I will improve my ideas with 2 more gloss and ceramic workshop, which I have ahead.    









Subject of my 3D products include the different materials and technics, I believe that I need to work with different kind of materials to find appropriate materials to work on, after explored many materials, I most like to work with cards and paper. However, I have done experimental work with woods and metals too,  

Basically after some sequential research and experimentations, I found an exiting subject regarding the project that I am doing. I chosen working with layers as my subject.

Sketching my ideas was one the successful project processing to improve the accuracy and best way to bring 2D to 3D shapes. 

I most like one of the ideas, which I made; it is a cube that has been made with colour cards, I made this cube to according to the sequential thinking. I like this cube, because of combination of the colours, the process of making is, I started it with an square layer and increase the lines in every each layers, I made an other cube which is obtained from offcuts of the this cube, I glued the colours squares cards, and in each layer I twist the cards,

Finally, at end I achieve an amazing twisty cube, which catches eyes.

Alternatively, I have done experimentation in different workshops, I really enjoy metal workshop as much as wood workshop. It occurred to me that some times I haven’t liked working in workshops at the beginning, because I did not know how to use the tools correctly and I conjectured the end of making process before I finished it. 

I am reading Thomas Heatherwick’s making book, most of my research come from his works because of as always like to make the objects in a big size, most of his works are massive and spectacular, I specially like the forms, twits and cavers he created on his works in amazing ways.

I believe that I will improve my ideas with 2 more gloss and ceramic workshop, which I have ahead.    









Subject of my 3D products include the different materials and technics, I believe that I need to work with different kind of materials to find appropriate materials to work on, after explored many materials, I most like to work with cards and paper. However, I have done experimental work with woods and metals too,  

Basically after some sequential research and experimentations, I found an exiting subject regarding the project that I am doing. I chosen working with layers as my subject.

Sketching my ideas was one the successful project processing to improve the accuracy and best way to bring 2D to 3D shapes. 

I most like one of the ideas, which I made; it is a cube that has been made with colour cards, I made this cube to according to the sequential thinking. I like this cube, because of combination of the colours, the process of making is, I started it with an square layer and increase the lines in every each layers, I made an other cube which is obtained from offcuts of the this cube, I glued the colours squares cards, and in each layer I twist the cards,

Finally, at end I achieve an amazing twisty cube, which catches eyes.

Alternatively, I have done experimentation in different workshops, I really enjoy metal workshop as much as wood workshop. It occurred to me that some times I haven’t liked working in workshops at the beginning, because I did not know how to use the tools correctly and I conjectured the end of making process before I finished it. 

I am reading Thomas Heatherwick’s making book, most of my research come from his works because of as always like to make the objects in a big size, most of his works are massive and spectacular, I specially like the forms, twits and cavers he created on his works in amazing ways.

I believe that I will improve my ideas with 2 more gloss and ceramic workshop, which I have ahead.    

Subject of my 3D products include the different materials and technics, I believe that I need to work with different kind of materials to find appropriate materials to work on, after explored many materials, I most like to work with cards and paper. However, I have done experimental work with woods and metals too, 

Basically after some sequential research and experimentations, I found an exiting subject regarding the project that I am doing. I chosen working with layers as my subject.

Sketching my ideas was one the successful project processing to improve the accuracy and best way to bring 2D to 3D shapes. 

I most like one of the ideas, which I made; it is a cube that has been made with colour cards, I made this cube to according to the sequential thinking. I like this cube, because of combination of the colours, the process of making is, I started it with an square layer and increase the lines in every each layers, I made an other cube which is obtained from offcuts of the this cube, I glued the colours squares cards, and in each layer I twist the cards,

Finally, at end I achieve an amazing twisty cube, which catches eyes.

Alternatively, I have done experimentation in different workshops, I really enjoy metal workshop as much as wood workshop. It occurred to me that some times I haven’t liked working in workshops at the beginning, because I did not know how to use the tools correctly and I conjectured the end of making process before I finished it. 

I am reading Thomas Heatherwick’s making book, most of my research come from his works because of as always like to make the objects in a big size, most of his works are massive and spectacular, I specially like the forms, twits and cavers he created on his works in amazing ways.

I believe that I will improve my ideas with 2 more gloss and ceramic workshop, which I have ahead.    

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Korean designerBae Sehwahas introduced two new seating pieces to his Steam collection.

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Korean designerBae Sehwahas introduced two new seating pieces to his Steam collection.

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Bom K.

Bom K is one of the most important street artists from France. Through an excellent technique of drawing and painting with aerosol makes stunning images through a complex imaginary world where shows strange and bizarre characters.
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Bom K.

Bom K is one of the most important street artists from France. Through an excellent technique of drawing and painting with aerosol makes stunning images through a complex imaginary world where shows strange and bizarre characters.
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Bom K.

Bom K is one of the most important street artists from France. Through an excellent technique of drawing and painting with aerosol makes stunning images through a complex imaginary world where shows strange and bizarre characters.

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Bom K.

Bom K is one of the most important street artists from France. Through an excellent technique of drawing and painting with aerosol makes stunning images through a complex imaginary world where shows strange and bizarre characters.