Creative Sessions

From one creative mind to another

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 10/01/2008

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Zaha Hadid

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 10/01/2008

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Mc Call

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 10/01/2008

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A Trip To The Tate?

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 10/01/2008

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The lastest turine hall exhibit brings a new look at our foundations.

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Pete Fowler

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 10/01/2008

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Pete Fowler (born 1969 in Cardiff) is a Welsh artist best known for his artwork for the Welsh band Super Furry Animals. He is a freelance illustrator and “monster creator” inspired by Japanese art. He has also done a number of other projects in the UK and Japan, such as television adverts (Kia Picanto), as well as having art exhibitions all over the world. Fowler works in a variety of mediums, including drawing, painting, animation, and sculpture.

Fowler’s art is done in a postmodern cartoon style (similar to arists such as Takashi Murakami and David Lebatard). His work revolves around a central narrative and features a recurring set of characters. The “monsters” Fowler creates all reside on “Monsterism Island.” Fowler invents extensive back-stories for his characters, each has their own specific traits and levels of “monsterism.” Fowler is most known for his designer toys of his characters, which he himself manufactures with his own company.

A CD called “The Sounds of Monsterism Island” was released in 2005 by Heavenly Records. According to the press release “The record is a compilation album that works as a soundtrack to the world of Monsterism…The album features psychedelic music from the ’60s through to today, much of it unearthed and put on CD for the first time.” In 2006, Fowler created a set of comics about Monsterism Island which have been featured in Vice Magazine. Fowler’s website features short Flash animations of his characters, and Fowler has stated that he is preparing a set of animated films.

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science museum

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 10/01/2008

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The science museum shows an impessive array of scientific art that should not be

missed.

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communication gone wrong

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 29/10/2007

This is an image of me talking with my friend on skype, when the conection went wrong and my friend ended up looking at this image. This is a very distorted view and nice self portrait for the future prehaps?dsc00623.jpg

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Samurai Sarah

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 29/10/2007

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These images are a result of  my university lecture being delayed and our task was this: “ummm I am running late, so here is a newspaper each. Create me the tallest sculpture you can.” This was our creation and yes that is me wrapped in newspaper to create the samurai look! I promise you I am at university not kindergarden!

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Daft Hands

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 29/10/2007

Please take a look at this brilliant piece! It’s starts with slow but gains speed with a incredible rate.

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Gilbert and George

Posted by Sarah Sessions on 26/10/2007

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This image ws given to the readers of the BBC website. For one day only

 they let the general public download this image so that

 we could have our very own copy of there beauiful pieces of work. I find that the viberant colours 

and imaculate simertry makes gilbert and George one of my great insirpations.

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