Tuesday, 28 February 2012


Different types of info-graphics could include just purely typographic relating important details and information, or could be pictorial and could be the sole purpose of entertainment and humour.  

Monday, 27 February 2012

Fridge Interiors - You are what you eat...

This website dedicates itself  on the explorations of peoples food habits by comparing their fridge content to their life style and careers.  Mark Menjivar- exploration of hunger, "You Are What You Eat," has photographed strangers fridges, he examines how labels, and how the arrangement of the fridge reflects upon its owner. 

Monday, 20 February 2012


Over the weekend I had an amazing opportunity to visit the Tate Britain to see the Picasso exhibition. It was an eye opening visit to see the scale and size of what the paintings actually are - something of which the internet could never capture. I was taken aback when I realised the 'Green Leaves, nude and bust' Painting - which was lent to the exhibition by a private collector was part of the exhibition . The painting went into record books as it reached £66Million at auction last year.

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Album Cover...

From the lecture - the works of Sagmeister, The way he alters your deception of the image at your first initial look - then as you take things apart, you discover the  unexpected twists of his work.