Category: Typographic Portrait

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Hellu. My name is Wu You, and I ……… AM A WORK IN PROGRESS / MESS IN PROGRESS  who’s to say that a work in progress is not actually a mess in progress? well, i’m not sure either. it’s ironic, because something with a negative connotation (mess), can actually be referred to something positive (work).  Figure drawing works, scanned and… Read more →

4; Just like my mixtape….

it’s on fire.         ______________   (aka reason why you should add me on snapchat, also sorry I am aware of how low quality I am but my passion is 100% ok) Tracing paper’s cellulose surface doesn’t do well with fire as you can see how air fried it is It kinda spells my name. If you… Read more →

3; scans….?

-> crumpled paper in ink and that burnt fromage thing I did from previous posts.     I was messing around with the scanner. And had a guy (I think his name is darren) offer me agar agar (that he made) with paint on it to piak on paper. My process involves a lot of my mood so I guess… Read more →

2; More things

After consulting Prof Joy, there were a lot of things to work on. There’s a step between having a bunch of mess and having an artwork. It’s not all anyhow and throw paint around and calling it art. So now what I had to do was to fine-tune the effects that I liked with Chinese Ink, but try it with… Read more →

1; Idea & Experimentation

Hello. I’ve been a ghost member of the class for a while. BUT I EXIST. and I’m alive so i’m here to give a lil update of what I have been doing (finally). Typographic Portrait based on my name? Well the first thing I did when I heard the brief was to laugh because my entire name is an irony.… Read more →

Typographic Portrait // – R1

Dada and Punk Rock – Concert posters/brochures Dada or Dadaism was a form of artistic anarchy born out of disgust for the social, political and cultural values of the time. It embraced elements of art, music, poetry, theatre, dance and politics. – These two go hand in hand since the both embody anti-establisment vibes. Works were photocopied and it had such a… Read more →

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