Design Competition: Hanging Methods


Back to Pinterest again, and this time the research was into different hanging products.

After I looked at these, I drew a few out and sketched some ideas of different clips.

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Design Competition: Display

Looking back at Pinterest, I went to look at display methods.

I really liked the simple ones, because they didn’t take away from the main focus, yet they were unique enough to draw attention to the piece. The ones I liked the most seemed to have minimal colour and were made with common materials such as wire or wood.

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Making a Living Week (Day of Talks)


During Making a Living Week we had a day of talks which were really useful for our future.

The series of talks went through programs, pricing, competitions and what to do after we graduate.

Some of the programs I’m interested in which they spoke about are:

  • Big idea challenge
  • Launchpad: 12 week program
  • Escape the city

These talks were good, because they made us think about our future, how we need to act now and what we need to prepare for.

Design Competition: Making own Poster

After researching on typographicposters and really liking the bright colours, I decided to do a quick 5 minute poster.

I wanted to do layers, so I did 4 different colours and cut random shapes and pieces out, so that each colour would show through a bit.

The top layer showed the poster and the information: CASS

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Walk the Line: GIF Experimentation

I wanted to try out more GIF making so I decided to take photos of a process and make them into a GIF.

Inspired by the house party me and my sister held the night before and the tons of leftover food we had the next day, I decided to put everything we had into a wrap.

Each new ingredient I added, I took a photo and this is the end result:


I had 2% regret making this GIF and adding so much food, but it was worth it.

Walk the Line: Development

To help me expand my thoughts and ideas to the 3 words I had picked out I decided to ask people to tell me what they thought of the words. They described to me an image or what they first thought and I would draw down whatever they told me, without them looking at the paper until the end.


Some of them turned out exactly what the people were thinking of and others said I drew something completely different.

I think this task really helped me to broaden my view of the words, because I saw through over people’s eyes, rather than just my narrow minded vision.

After looking back at the drawings I realised that I actually really liked some of the descriptions people gave me so I thought that I could maybe take some of these further.