Decided to put my cubes on the tube - head on over to my CHANNEL to see more things involving Blender experiments, cubes and other such things.
just been playing with cubes ‘n’ cloths. Need to fix the physics to stop the cloth just hanging in the same formation when it leaves the cube. Nothin’ special, just impossible spacecloth…
COLOR ME AUTOMATIC
… Winter hasn’t been the best season for producing new work… but I did manage an audio doodle this weekend - see what you think!!
P.s. (If you look close enough at the album art, you’ll see a ‘lil snippet from 1 of 2 new drawings I’ve recently completed too… To be released soon…) - Spring can’t get here soon enough!!!
'spent my evening writing and recording this funny little ditty… More to come.
BUY MY STUFF
I’ve launched a new shop where you can buy prints, posters and cards of my super-duper drawings! At the moment you can buy images from the “Augmented Instrumentalist” series, but look-out in the new year for a whole new, unseen range of prints hot of the press! (release date TBC) - Go buy stuff HERE.
On 21.11.13, the Ribbon Rack was installed on the wall of the Groucho Club in Soho, London, following almost a year and a half of design development, prototyping and planning. C4 journalist and news presenter Jon Snow cut the ribbon on the rack, and was the first to test it with his snazzy orange bike, before cycling off to the BBC studios to give a talk about cycling safety in central London. Watch it HERE. As I walked past the rack later that evening I saw 6 bikes in there, including a Brompton snuggling in at the end! Photo evidence HERE.
I must say a huge, huge thank you to all of those involved and particularly the following people who all worked super hard to make the project possible: Theodore Bird (project commissioner), Juliet Heap (planning consultancy), Stephen Newby & Will Baugh (fabrication), Neil Thomas at Atelier One (engineering) and Tim Wilson and Elton Charles at the Groucho club. It is fantastic to see it on the wall and being used!!!
… And if you are curious to see how the design has evolved, check out the original design that I submitted as part of the London Festival of architecture right HERE.
More photos & progress shots will appear on the EKM Works website shortly.
(and thanks RP for the photos)..
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I designed and purchased me some snazzy Stainless Steel business cards. A tad pricey… but quite fun!
finally got around to playing with a demo version of Max and here are the results (sounding a little like a lost bumble bee)… I’m still in the “what the hell am I doing?” stage… but Max seems to be a very powerful audio visual tool that I very much look forward to spending more time with over the next 30 days (after which my trial period will expire, boo)… Like grasshopper, but with sound and video. Let’s see what I can do in 30 days..! (any tips and tricks are most welcome).
… More things, coming soon…
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Teaser test photos of my latest project straight from the workshop (courtesy of Steve at FBM) It’s coming together..! Grand unveiling in the next few weeks… Stay peeled.
"Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces."
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As some of you may already know, I recently changed jobs. I now work as an architectural assistant at Price & Myers Geometrics group, and we have a blog! Check it out (and please follow) right HERE. We also have a Twitter account where we will be posting things of interest and up and coming talks and events. Get informed right HERE. More news, posts, music and pictures coming from me very soon…
Apologies all for the lack of blog activity recently. There is a lot going on at the moment: Revising for architecture finals (after 8 years!), changing jobs, buying a house, writing music for a new band and working on a few little freelance design bits and bobs! Teasers attached and news to follow (once these darn exams are out of the way..!)…