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Tuesday, 27 October 2009


As one of my briefs for this semesters work, I have done the Anorak Children's Magazine Cover Competition. Seeing as this competition is open to all art students, all over the world, I strongly doubt I would win.
However, it was nice to do a more jovial project compared to my rather serious and political brief that was inspired from a visit to Auschwitz. Sometimes I struggle to make "beautiful" images for the sake of being beautiful. I'm motivated by concept and meaning in my work, so if work doesn't have that, the bottom generally falls out.
So for me, this has been a bit of a change from how I create my work. I wanted to create an image that talked about all things that are winter. Some things aren't as obvious as others. I would like to have more typographic illustrations on the image, however, I didn't want the image to be overwhelmed or too busy.

But enjoy.

Copyright Charlotte Cooper 2009


Lena said...

This would be the kind of cover that tugs at the heartstrings. I like this. All the little words of Christmas entwined. It'd get my vote!

Matthew Lyons said...
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Matthew Lyons said...

Sorry that was me if the comment removed by author is showing.

Just saying I love the scarf. Not sure about the snow fall and flakes though, but the overall colour scheme is nice!