Deathly High Shoot

14/May/12

Here are some photographs promoting our shirts, zines and postcards. Head over to deathlyhigh to take a peek, however we have limited stock now, we ship to UK and USA, if you’re somewhere else in the world and want us to send a shirt please send us an email: deathlyhigh@hotmail.co.uk

Shirts are now only £10, which is about $16 (i think…)

Here are the shots, enjoy and let us know what you think.

 

Fashion Progress

12/Mar/12

Some more progress on my Fashion Brief, I have to present this tomorrow.

The theme carries on throughout all the merchandise, (poster, invitations, programme cover). My main inspiration came to me whilst looking at the fashion student’s portfolios and the great way of showing their work in scrapbook form. The words we were given to base our work on was Best of British and collage. I didn’t want to be too cliche so I took the colours from the union jack (red, blue and white) and used them in my pieces. I used my sewing machine to sew the lines onto the denim in these colours. The cut out style is to portray the collage and the cut out templates used when making clothes, I also think this style creates an almost grungy and edgy look, especially as I have left the seams and creases on show.

I have really grown to like this piece of work.

Feedback always welcome, much love and light x

Still needs a little bit of work, this is my fashion poster for my current project.

The aim of this piece is to advertise the Fashion Graduate Show. We were told to base our work around the Best of British, they told us to look at pop art, collage and even the union jack. I used denim for the background and used the sewing machine to feature the colours associated with Britain (red, blue and white). The idea behind the typography is that it looks similar to hand-made templates and cut outs, which is relevant to the templates the fashion students use. I also wanted the poster to be quite illustrative as this is a big part of the fashion course.

The current design still has room for a border but I’m stuck for ideas at the moment, any feedback or ideas are welcome, thankyou.

Here’s some quick fashion illustration I did yesterday the theme is British so I used the colours from the Union Jack. Click the top image to see it closer. Hopefully these figures will feature in my fashion show poster…eventually.