María Meijide - Santiago de Compostela. Me lo he encontrado por la calle, no tengo más información… Pero es bien bonito!
Last day on sale for my ACTRESS’ GHETTOVILLE inspired print.
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A LTD edition illustration inspired by Actress’s 2014 album Ghettoville
50 x 65 cm
Ink on paper
Screen printed at Atelier OASP w/PishPun in France
Shout out to Darren, Werkhaus & Werkdiscs
Chinese investment prompts the transitory integration of hydraulic fracturing within Blackpool, for the exploitation of shale gas. An unconventional approach towards hydraulic fracturing instigates urban regeneration and provides a framework which cultivates new industries, generates sustainable water systems and induces renewable methods of energy production.
Thirty-five fracking stations are integrated and a sustainable offshore community is constructed to offset effected communities. During fracking the station serves as a platform from which shale gas can be extracted, processed and distributed.
Over an 80 year timespan, the project speculates the transformation of Blackpool from an industrial Petropolis, to a less resource dependent and decentralized sustainable city. Industrial infrastructure once used for hydraulic fracturing is repurposed to process energy crops and grey water from the region. As a method of urban regeneration, the legacy plan aims to enhance socio-economic and well-being opportunities for communities in Blackpool.
Chris Ware’s Poster For East London Comic Art Festival
The Broadway ending sequence of “Rhapsody In Blue” contained so many different colors (over 200), that the CAPS system had trouble rendering it, causing delays in the production of Tarzan.
Fantasia 2000 (1999)
Fairy tale city: Copenhagen. By Eu Jin, Lim.
This short story is part of a work progress I have used to enhance the story telling process of my architectural thesis project. The thesis takes its form as a repository for the collections of fairy tale culture in Copenhagen, Denmark. There is a constant shift between the reality and the imaginative while developing the thesis. Therefore, the comic medium has been used to better deliver some of its thoughts.
This short story is also an attempt to use ‘comic’ as a form of story-telling media to portray how Copenhagen city, Denmark has always been given the ‘fairy tale city’ title. The story revolves around a boy in his pyjamas chasing after an unknown shadow that resembles Hans Christian Andersen’s to return the book he had dropped. Through the chase, I am able to introduce both the reality (Copenhagen actual site and its details) as well as the imaginative (the thesis project and the characters). The story also owes much of its reference to Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo in Slumberland.
Eu Jin, Lim
5th year thesis at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Arts.