Archive for February 2012
It was built in 1959 and was originally conceived as petrol station, thirty years later the original shell roof was built under and turned into a Little Chef restaurant
The functional reality of the church’s kitchen is transformed into a “white cube” with a single cupboard remaining
The drawings are situations or events in which the characters appear to be ‘up to something’ but the plot, motive and story is left unclear.
The crux of the project was to combine photocopies with the manual process of screen-printing.
David Mackintosh’s drawings – simple outlines and contour drawings, centrally placed on paper - employ an incredibly simple economy of line.
This piece is a still life from my box of souvenir and seaside shop finds. All of my work tends to reflect my love for seaside paraphernalia or traditionally British fare.