an MA Graphic Design project exploring language and imagery, trying to visualise philosophy in a seductive way
Delivering ready made answers to the world's questions seems as unappealing as sitting down to read a book today, which is why this project tries to visually provoke deep elastic thought and philosophical ideas.
I turn philosophy into entertainment, an experience, confusion, a visual stimulation to widen the brain with typography, tactile objects and naked skin in between wisdom and provocation.
Poster Zine Collection, Risography
Philosophy is an activity of taking things apart and reassembling them later. This is an alphabet of philosophical terms, deconstructed in little zines letter by letter, illustrated with erotic photography and printed with a risograph.
Paper 3D Printing, Video
It is the placement of words make a piece of writing a piece of art, design, or communication. I have filmed myself transcribing the Communist Manifesto with pen onto a paper 3D print of Karl Marx which has been generated using photogrammetry of his sculture at his grave in London.
Visualising Philosophy is my MA Graphic Design project at Middlesex University in London. It combines my love for philosophy with the longing for simpliciy and beautiful design.
I explore language and explain philosophy with visuals that are more than an illustration of the words, delivered in a range of different media, from analogue large format photography, 3D printing, risography to laser cutting.