Typography through mapping
Typography through mapping

This typographic exercise was an exploration of type through mapping. Using a randomly generated postcode, I designed letters based on the different shapes found in the neighbourhood.

Typography through mapping
Typography through mapping

This typographic exercise was an exploration of type through mapping. Using a randomly generated postcode, I designed letters based on the different shapes found in the neighbourhood.

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SNAP OUT OF IT!
SNAP OUT OF IT!

"Snap out of it!" explores daydreaming as an escapist method. This digital publication functions as a proposal, inviting people to visualize their daydreams through processes of immersion, dissociation, and fragmentation. Through a combination of media such as collage and illustration and video, I created depictions of the subconscious.

SNAP OUT OF IT!
SNAP OUT OF IT!

"Snap out of it!" explores daydreaming as an escapist method. This digital publication functions as a proposal, inviting people to visualize their daydreams through processes of immersion, dissociation, and fragmentation. Through a combination of media such as collage and illustration and video, I created depictions of the subconscious.

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Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project
Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project

This collaborative project was a response to a community-oriented brief set by Apple. We focused on discarded objects in the area of New Cross. We imagined the concept of Thing Power being used as currency within the open 'shop-like' landscape of New Cross. Our design outcome was the Thing Tag which allowed for the objects history to be documented. Additionally we prototyped a website to function as an archive of the objects while also mapping their 'travel' around New Cross.

Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project
Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project

This collaborative project was a response to a community-oriented brief set by Apple. We focused on discarded objects in the area of New Cross. We imagined the concept of Thing Power being used as currency within the open 'shop-like' landscape of New Cross. Our design outcome was the Thing Tag which allowed for the objects history to be documented. Additionally we prototyped a website to function as an archive of the objects while also mapping their 'travel' around New Cross.

Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project
Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project

This collaborative project was a response to a community-oriented brief set by Apple. We focused on discarded objects in the area of New Cross. We imagined the concept of Thing Power being used as currency within the open 'shop-like' landscape of New Cross. Our design outcome was the Thing Tag which allowed for the objects history to be documented. Additionally we prototyped a website to function as an archive of the objects while also mapping their 'travel' around New Cross.

Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project
Apple x Goldsmiths 'Thing Power' Project

This collaborative project was a response to a community-oriented brief set by Apple. We focused on discarded objects in the area of New Cross. We imagined the concept of Thing Power being used as currency within the open 'shop-like' landscape of New Cross. Our design outcome was the Thing Tag which allowed for the objects history to be documented. Additionally we prototyped a website to function as an archive of the objects while also mapping their 'travel' around New Cross.

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SNAP OUT OF IT!
SNAP OUT OF IT!

This university project is an exploration of daydreaming as an escapist method. I was interested in the visualisation of daydreaming, conveying the immersion, dissociation and fragmentation a person experiences. I combined various media (collage, drawing, video ext) and sewed a shirt and pants to act as a blank canvas for the green-screened paint.

SNAP OUT OF IT!
SNAP OUT OF IT!

This university project is an exploration of daydreaming as an escapist method. I was interested in the visualisation of daydreaming, conveying the immersion, dissociation and fragmentation a person experiences. I combined various media (collage, drawing, video ext) and sewed a shirt and pants to act as a blank canvas for the green-screened paint.

SNAP OUT OF IT!
SNAP OUT OF IT!

This university project is an exploration of daydreaming as an escapist method. I was interested in the visualisation of daydreaming, conveying the immersion, dissociation and fragmentation a person experiences. I combined various media (collage, drawing, video ext) and sewed a shirt and pants to act as a blank canvas for the green-screened paint.

SNAP OUT OF IT!
SNAP OUT OF IT!

This university project is an exploration of daydreaming as an escapist method. I was interested in the visualisation of daydreaming, conveying the immersion, dissociation and fragmentation a person experiences. I combined various media (collage, drawing, video ext) and sewed a shirt and pants to act as a blank canvas for the green-screened paint.

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Doomsday
Doomsday

In this university group project, we were asked to explore the subculture of doomsday preppers. As part of the exploration, I created a newspaper publication and designed and screen-printed posters.

Doomsday
Doomsday

In this university group project, we were asked to explore the subculture of doomsday preppers. As part of the exploration, I created a newspaper publication and designed and screen-printed posters.

Doomsday
Doomsday

In this university group project, we were asked to explore the subculture of doomsday preppers. As part of the exploration, I created a newspaper publication and designed and screen-printed posters.

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Doomsday (2020)
Doomsday (2020)

This project revolved around the subculture of doomsday preppers. This subculture was explored through analyzing the visual language of preppers and survivalists and then envisioning and modelling a fictional island based on their ideology. The imagined doomsday scenario was the notion of a disappointing apocalypse ie. a non-threatening event such as a social media meltdown. Based on this, I created a publication and a visual language of the fictional island.

Project Doomsday
Project Doomsday

This project revolved around the subculture of doomsday preppers. This subculture was explored through analyzing the visual language of preppers and survivalists and then envisioning and modelling a fictional island based on their ideology. The imagined doomsday scenario was the notion of a disappointing apocalypse ie. a non-threatening event such as a social media meltdown. Based on this, I created a publication and a visual language of the fictional island.

Project Doomsday
Project Doomsday

This project revolved around the subculture of doomsday preppers. This subculture was explored through analyzing the visual language of preppers and survivalists and then envisioning and modelling a fictional island based on their ideology. The imagined doomsday scenario was the notion of a disappointing apocalypse ie. a non-threatening event such as a social media meltdown. Based on this, I created a publication and a visual language of the fictional island.

Doomsday (2020)
Doomsday (2020)

This project revolved around the subculture of doomsday preppers. This subculture was explored through analyzing the visual language of preppers and survivalists and then envisioning and modelling a fictional island based on their ideology. The imagined doomsday scenario was the notion of a disappointing apocalypse ie. a non-threatening event such as a social media meltdown. Based on this, I created a publication and a visual language of the fictional island.

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FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)

Photographs shot on colour film, focusing on a cultural shift in the Czech Republic through architecture.

FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)

Photographs shot on colour film for my final first year university project, focusing on a cultural shift in the Czech Republic.

FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)

Photographs shot on colour film for my final first year university project, focusing on a cultural shift in the Czech Republic.

FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)

Photographs shot on colour film, focusing on a cultural shift in the Czech Republic through architecture.

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SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)
SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)

'Shifting Identity' is a project revolving around the cultural shift in the Czech Republic after the revolution in 1989. The project consists of 3 outcomes, this one being the digital gallery showing the video and photography work. To holistically portray the themes of learning a new culture and hauntology, each video and group of photographs act as a lens through which we can view the cultural shift in post-socialist Czech Republic.

SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)
SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)

'Shifting Identity' is a project revolving around the cultural shift in the Czech Republic after the revolution in 1989. The project consists of 3 outcomes, this one being the digital gallery showing the video and photography work. To holistically portray the themes of learning a new culture and hauntology, each video and group of photographs act as a lens through which we can view the cultural shift in post-socialist Czech Republic.

SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)
SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)

'Shifting Identity' is a project revolving around the cultural shift in the Czech Republic after the revolution in 1989. The project consists of 3 outcomes, this one being the digital gallery showing the video and photography work. To holistically portray the themes of learning a new culture and hauntology, each video and group of photographs act as a lens through which we can view the cultural shift in post-socialist Czech Republic.

SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)
SHIFTING IDENTITY (2020)

'Shifting Identity' is a project revolving around the cultural shift in the Czech Republic after the revolution in 1989. The project consists of 3 outcomes, this one being the digital gallery showing the video and photography work. To holistically portray the themes of learning a new culture and hauntology, each video and group of photographs act as a lens through which we can view the cultural shift in post-socialist Czech Republic.

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HOLY TRINITY (2020)
HOLY TRINITY (2020)

This outcome of the 'Shifting Identity' project explores the cultural shift within food and textiles, two areas that are not usually combined together. The shirt is made of traditional bedding fabric with a subtle floral print. The three gastronomical stereotypes; beer, an open-faced sandwich, and a traditional pork sausage humorously comment on the cultural changes within those areas.

HOLY TRINITY (2020)
HOLY TRINITY (2020)

This outcome of the 'Shifting Identity' project explores the cultural shift within food and textiles, two areas that are not usually combined together. The shirt is made of traditional bedding fabric with a subtle floral print. The three gastronomical stereotypes; beer, an open-faced sandwich, and a traditional pork sausage humorously comment on the cultural changes within those areas.

HOLY TRINITY (2020)
HOLY TRINITY (2020)

This outcome of the 'Shifting Identity' project explores the cultural shift within food and textiles, two areas that are not usually combined together. The shirt is made of traditional bedding fabric with a subtle floral print. The three gastronomical stereotypes; beer, an open-faced sandwich, and a traditional pork sausage humorously comment on the cultural changes within those areas.

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Shifting Identity - research (2020)
Shifting Identity - research (2020)

These collages, each focusing on a different theme of the cultural shift were created in the process of the 'Shifting Identity' project. They were designed using postcards, letters, and photographs from the communist era as well as traditional lace fabrics my great-grandmother made and snack wrappers my mother collected when she was a child. The mix-media collages portray themes of childhood, travel, community, tradition, the introduction of the free market, and industrialization.

COLLAGES FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)
COLLAGES FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)

I created these collages as development for my final first year university project. Each of them show the cultural shift in the Czech Republic through a different lens, portraying themes such as childhood, travel, urban and rural, as well as the introduction of the free market, chaos and freedom.

COLLAGES FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)
COLLAGES FOR FINAL UNI PROJECT (2020)

I created these collages as development for my final first year university project. Each of them show the cultural shift in the Czech Republic through a different lens, portraying themes such as childhood, travel, urban and rural, as well as the introduction of the free market, chaos and freedom.

Shifting Identity - research (2020)
Shifting Identity - research (2020)

These collages, each focusing on a different theme of the cultural shift were created in the process of the 'Shifting Identity' project. They were designed using postcards, letters, and photographs from the communist era as well as traditional lace fabrics my great-grandmother made and snack wrappers my mother collected when she was a child. The mix-media collages portray themes of childhood, travel, community, tradition, the introduction of the free market, and industrialization.

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MORAVIA (2020)
MORAVIA (2020)

Photographs taken around my grandmothers house - development for Shifting Identity project.

MORAVIA (2020)
MORAVIA (2020)

Photographs taken around my grandmothers house - development for Shifting Identity project (final first year university project)

MORAVIA (2020)
MORAVIA (2020)

Photographs taken around my grandmothers house - development for Shifting Identity project (final first year university project)

MORAVIA (2020)
MORAVIA (2020)

Photographs taken around my grandmothers house - development for Shifting Identity project.

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BROCCOLI VASE (2019)
BROCCOLI VASE (2019)

The 'Broccoli Vase' was designed in response to a Victoria and Albert Museum project.The Broccoli Vase highlights the lack of nature-replicating objects in people's homes. The project commented on the tension between nature and man and our obsession with straight lines and right angles. The 'Broccoli Vase' was exhibited at Czech Design Week.

BROCCOLI VASE (2019)
BROCCOLI VASE (2019)

The 'Broccoli Vase' was designed in response to a Victoria and Albert Museum project.The Broccoli Vase highlights the lack of nature-replicating objects in people's homes. The project commented on the tension between nature and man and our obsession with straight lines and right angles. The 'Broccoli Vase' was exhibited at Czech Design Week.

BROCCOLI VASE (2019)
BROCCOLI VASE (2019)

The 'Broccoli Vase' was designed in response to a Victoria and Albert Museum project.The Broccoli Vase highlights the lack of nature-replicating objects in people's homes. The project commented on the tension between nature and man and our obsession with straight lines and right angles. The 'Broccoli Vase' was exhibited at Czech Design Week.

BROCCOLI VASE (2019)
BROCCOLI VASE (2019)

The 'Broccoli Vase' was designed in response to a Victoria and Albert Museum project.The Broccoli Vase highlights the lack of nature-replicating objects in people's homes. The project commented on the tension between nature and man and our obsession with straight lines and right angles. The 'Broccoli Vase' was exhibited at Czech Design Week.

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MATĚJSKÁ (2020)
MATĚJSKÁ (2020)

Illustration based on a photograph I took at a fair.

MATĚJSKÁ (2020)
MATĚJSKÁ (2020)

Illustration based on a photograph I took at a fair.

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FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)
FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)

In the 'The environment keeps happening to me' project,  we mapped out different elements of Forest Hill Library in London, focusing on movement, light, and sound. We visualised these out using string and projection which highlighted the architectural features of the space. We proposed an intervention for space, where we wanted to organise a community carpet weaving session.

FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)
FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)

In this group university project, we were asked to 'map' out a London library and create an intervention. We focused on movement, light and sound and mapped these out using string and projection which highlighted the architecture. The plan for the intervention was to create a community carpet weaving session, but due to covid-19 we had to cancel it.

FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)
FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)

In this group university project, we were asked to 'map' out a London library and create an intervention. We focused on movement, light and sound and mapped these out using string and projection which highlighted the architecture. The plan for the intervention was to create a community carpet weaving session, but due to covid-19 we had to cancel it.

FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)
FOREST HILL LIBRARY (2020)

In the 'The environment keeps happening to me' project,  we mapped out different elements of Forest Hill Library in London, focusing on movement, light, and sound. We visualised these out using string and projection which highlighted the architectural features of the space. We proposed an intervention for space, where we wanted to organise a community carpet weaving session.

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16 SIGHTS (2019)
16 SIGHTS (2019)

As part of my International Baccalaureate Art exhibition revolving around the theme of memory, I designed and illustrated 16 postcards each based on a place around the world which I visited. I was inspired by the Japanese practice of putting a strong emphasis on line and color. Each illustration was printed with a postcard layout back and exhibited hanging on a string at the Pragovka Gallery during my IB exhibition.

16 SIGHTS (2019)
16 SIGHTS (2019)

The 16 landscape illustrations, each based on a place I visited are inspired by Japanese art with a strong emphasis on line and colour. They were printed as postcards and exhibited hanging on string at the Pragovka Gallery during my IB exhibition.

16 SIGHTS (2019)
16 SIGHTS (2019)

The 16 landscape illustrations, each based on a place I visited are inspired by Japanese art with a strong emphasis on line and colour. They were printed as postcards and exhibited hanging on string at the Pragovka Gallery during my IB exhibition.

16 SIGHTS (2019)
16 SIGHTS (2019)

As part of my International Baccalaureate Art exhibition revolving around the theme of memory, I designed and illustrated 16 postcards each based on a place around the world which I visited. I was inspired by the Japanese practice of putting a strong emphasis on line and color. Each illustration was printed with a postcard layout back and exhibited hanging on a string at the Pragovka Gallery during my IB exhibition.

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HOME SWEET HOME (2019)
HOME SWEET HOME (2019)

'Home Sweet Home' is a 3D relief sculpture commenting on the hostile architecture of the communist era. The model board panels contrast the traditional Czech fabrics representing the diversity and rich personality that is hidden behind the concrete facades.

HOME SWEET HOME (2019)
HOME SWEET HOME (2019)

This 3D relief sculpture made of model board creates a contrast of panel housing with traditional fabric.

HOME SWEET HOME (2019)
HOME SWEET HOME (2019)

This 3D relief sculpture made of model board creates a contrast of panel housing with traditional fabric.

HOME SWEET HOME (2019)
HOME SWEET HOME (2019)

'Home Sweet Home' is a 3D relief sculpture commenting on the hostile architecture of the communist era. The model board panels contrast the traditional Czech fabrics representing the diversity and rich personality that is hidden behind the concrete facades.

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CONTINUOUS LINE (2018)
CONTINUOUS LINE (2018)

Continuous line illustrations of my grandmothers living room as research for "The Room" painting.

CONTINUOUS LINE (2018)
CONTINUOUS LINE (2018)

Continuous line illustrations of my grandmothers living room as research for "The Room" painting.

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THE ROOM (2018)
THE ROOM (2018)

Painting of my grandmothers living room, exploring the theme of permanence and memory. (A2 acrylic on canvas)

THE ROOM (2018)
THE ROOM (2018)

Painting of my grandmothers living room, exploring the theme of permanence and memory. (A2 acrylic on canvas)

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VZPOMÍNKY (2018)
VZPOMÍNKY (2018)

As part of my exploration of the theme of memory, I was interested in recreation and reconstruction of the past. I designed this sketchbook consisting of family photos, illustrations, postcards, and stamps to explore the idea of collective memory.

VZPOMÍNKY (2018)
VZPOMÍNKY (2018)

A sketchbook inspired memory book I created, aiming to convey a sense of place and time of my mothers childhood in a small village in southern Moravia. I included maps, stamps, poetry, fabric ext. to create a sort of time-capsule. The book was part of my IB exhibition at Pragovka.

VZPOMÍNKY (2018)
VZPOMÍNKY (2018)

A sketchbook inspired memory book I created, aiming to convey a sense of place and time of my mothers childhood in a small village in southern Moravia. I included maps, stamps, poetry, fabric ext. to create a sort of time-capsule. The book was part of my IB exhibition at Pragovka.

VZPOMÍNKY (2018)
VZPOMÍNKY (2018)

As part of my exploration of the theme of memory, I was interested in recreation and reconstruction of the past. I designed this sketchbook consisting of family photos, illustrations, postcards, and stamps to explore the idea of collective memory.

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FORGETTING (2019)
FORGETTING (2019)

Overpainted film photographs photographs, symbolising the process of losing memory where an image in your mind gets reduced to its main colours and loses its details.

FORGETTING (2019)
FORGETTING (2019)

9 overpainted photographs I took, symbolising the process of losing memory where an image in your mind gets reduced to its main colours and loses its details. This series was displayed in the Pragovka Gallery during my IB exhibition.

FORGETTING (2019)
FORGETTING (2019)

9 overpainted photographs I took, symbolising the process of losing memory where an image in your mind gets reduced to its main colours and loses its details. This series was displayed in the Pragovka Gallery during my IB exhibition.

FORGETTING (2019)
FORGETTING (2019)

Overpainted film photographs photographs, symbolising the process of losing memory where an image in your mind gets reduced to its main colours and loses its details.

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1975 (2019)
1975 (2019)

A1 oil painting on canvas. Using a blur technique to explore the theme of memory and forgetting.

1975 (2019)
1975 (2019)

A1 oil painting on canvas. Using a blur technique to explore the theme of memory and forgetting.

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BOOK COVERS (2018)
BOOK COVERS (2018)

Three designs for book covers I did during my UAL digital design short course.

BOOK COVERS (2018)
BOOK COVERS (2018)

3 designs for book covers I did during my UAL digital design short course.

BOOK COVERS (2018)
BOOK COVERS (2018)

3 designs for book covers I did during my UAL digital design short course.

BOOK COVERS (2018)
BOOK COVERS (2018)

Three designs for book covers I did during my UAL digital design short course.

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