Me and my mum taken during a Manchester day out with my family and best friend's family. I've not seen my best friend since last summer, she's a workaholic - uni and 4 days of work at a salon. I'm also wearing L'Oreal Paris GlamShine Stain Splash - Milady. Total YSL glossy stain dupe. Just with YSL you get more variety of shades. Your choice.
Another selfie. I'm weirdly fine wearing bright reds or dark plums.... but when I get into the light lilac/pink territory I get uncomfortable. I've got MAC's lipstick in Up The Amp. I've not ventured into public with it on though..... #girlproblemz
I've been slaving over this comic for so long. Even my friend couldn't believe I was still working on it when I saw him again. I just kept finding little faults and then I had some problems with printing it out (quality/colour saturation/paper)... but all sorted now. I *might* possibly try selling these in stores. I don't quite have a vision of making a 'brand' out of it but people in uni seem to be quite receptive of it and some uni staff think I should market them out.
Here's the online version. Vector art........ damn you.
In the BALTIC library. HEAVEN. Reminds me of my art college's library.... I miss it :(
Though the one in uni is more diverse in subjects etc it doesn't compare to walking through aisles and aisles of pure art and design publications.
Sneaky snap at the BALTIC. Shh. My friend Celeste is the in mirror. She's awesome but she's only here for the semester which SUCKS because she's become a really good friend in a short period of time. She loves tea, printed garments and she's super funny and intelligent. She's introduced me to so many new films/music/books/ways of thinking. She's great.
She got me this snood from her trip in Italy. It's by Tally Weijl... and I love it. If you've seen me in real life you'll know I always have a snood round my neck. Yay for the epic zebra print.
Wine and grapes waiting for David Jablonowski with Sacha Craddock's conversation to start. You can see his foot there. It was interesting - fine art always has been for me and I personally find it refreshing compared to the design world where I feel there's more restrictions and in a way this notion of commercialism - you design for the mass and to sell.
Looking out of second floor where Yoshitomo Nara's work is scattered all over the room. I love his work so much. Obviously I can't help but be gravitated with this girl with a bob.
Hey guys, taking a small break. Got two weeks till deadlines and I'm still a long way from finishing... juggling 4 different briefs all in different levels of completion. Wish me luck.