Dot to Dot
Hey guys and girls! I’m just over a week away from my final deadline of the (academic) year at NTU. Quite a lot going on, got 3 projects due in for assessment and a few little things on the side to prepare for.
I’ll be teaming up with Connor Davey as well as Alex Cupial-Jones again in the next few weeks to tackle the crowds of Nottingham in hopes of pocketing some money. I’m aware that sounds like some sort of criminal activity but fear not, we’re stalling it again at one of Nottingham’s creative events.
This time the head’s up comes from good ol’ Christina Bentley, who along with Nottingham Trent‘s graphic design class of 2012, Dough, will be selling the last of their stock. Should be a good night. I’ve got postcards, posters and greetings cards in stock to sell, as well as a few T-shirts, if I’ve still got some left by then! Hopefully I can spark some more interest.
Here’s some photos, everything I’m selling is screenprinted onto card. I have postcards and accompanying A3 (29.7 × 42.0 cm) posters in a coffee/cream palette with gold acrylic.
As well as brightly coloured greeting cards in pink, mango and yellow, with white print.
Oh and of course black on white T-shirts! Really need to get some more of these printed but I’ll see how many I have left.
PS. here’s some details about Dot to Dot Fringe Festival, “As an extension of this year’s megalithic-looking Dot To Dot Festival, a bunch of local creatives from all disciplines have gathered together to host a selection of free events at venues all over Nottingham city centre. Expect a wide range of craft, live graffiti, open mics, performance art, comedy, spoken word, music, film and a whole lot more besides! Events are all free entry and designed to offer a little something for everyone, you’ll get priority for the workshops if you grab a ticket for the main event.”