Monday, 28 August 2006
Made earlier this summer, the film 'Contractual Freedom' is a cynical sideswipe at the British Labour Government's ID Card proposal as well as a critique of the wider 'data state' we live in. Click on title to play - file size:12mb.
Sunday, 27 August 2006
As part of the F.E. Art & Design lecturing team at Suffolk College this is my submission to a postcard project we set students over their summer break. With a nod to T-Shirt design by both Experimental Jetset and Build, this is currently a set of 8 cards that might well develop into posters and further themed sets. Other artists in this series include The Special A.K.A, Outkast, Arctic Monkeys and Roots Manuva.
It's been a busy summer here at Dubdog - made a film questioning data storage and ID cards called 'Contractual Freedom', taken on a new client for whom I'm designing a start-up business identity and been asked to produce a poster for an upcoming gig in Ipswich (see left) - the eighties revival continues with indie janglers The Nightingales reforming and promoting a new CD.
Monday, 21 August 2006
My contribution to Alex Pearl's protest films. Watch it here.
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