VC II – Deliverable 1

View my second deliverable here and my infographic here!

Hey Baby~ is an easy guide to Action Against Street Harassment and aims to inform children about what Street Harassment entail and how to act against it. The program is an interactive workshop that is to be conducted in Primary school classroom for children aged 11-12. At the end of the workshop, participants get to take home fridge magnets as educational reminders and keepsakes.

Here you can view high-quality PDFs of Hey Baby Presenter and iPad Program.

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Applied Illustration: Final

Illustrations for a Retrenchment Party!

The Retrenchment Party package includes all the items you need to lay off your employees and keep the energy high at the same time!



You can view my process here and here and view all the mockups in HD in this PDF!

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Applied Illustration: Process I

Illustrations for a  Retrenchment Party

A party to celebrate employee accomplishments in light of them getting retrenched. It’s really just to lighten the mood and make sure they all pack up their desks before they leave.

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Inspiring Example of Interactive Art

Camille Utterback & Romy Achituv, Text Rain, 1999

http://www.p0es1s.net/en/projects/romy_achituv_camille_utterback.html

Text Rain is Utterback’s well-known and award-winning collaboration with Romy Achituv. It is an interactive installation that invites viewers in front of a large screen to catch individually falling characters of text with their bodies and anything attached to their form. The silhouette of an individual is treated as a boundary for letters to fall upon where participants are mirrored in black and white video projection. The letters are animated and colourful and possess a sense of bounce.

Viewers and participants are able to ‘catch’ a recognisable word, either by chance or with effort. This uses the body as a cybernetic tool to make sense of literature in the form of the falling poem: ‘Talk, You” by Evan Zimroth in 1993. It highlights the ephemerality and transience of language as well as interactive works in video. Where words can be lifted, held and dropped again.

This work is inspirational as it is simplistic and yet engaging and allows participants to have fun while uncovering the impermanence of words and language.