Hunt & Gather 2013
A project blog for the 2013 illustration project, Hunt & Gather, at One KX, London.
Hunt & Gather 2013
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calendar
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calendar
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Japanese medical charts
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specimens
specimens
specimens
specimens
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Data representation, infographics
Data representation, infographics
Data representation, infographics
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Process
Process
Process
Process
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Maps
Maps
Maps
Maps
Maps
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My 300 poster, Done with black ink and Winsor&Newton water colours for the hunt and gather workshop :D 
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  Albert Exergian’s modernist posters for television shows – simplifying narrative to a symbolic graphic
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Images and ideas are compared, contrasted and combined in visual metaphors.
from Teaching Illustration, Steven Heller and Marshall Arisman, eds.
[name of illustrator?]
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The Hybrids Game
An exercise in combining visual representations in order to draw comparisons, explore similarities/differences between ideas.
1.The first person writes the name of an occupation.
2. The second represents this occupation in human form.
3. The third represents it in object form.
4. The fourth replaces the head of the human with the object.
5. The fifth re-draws the object-human hybrid in a new position/perspective/action.
6. The sixth writes a new occupation unlike the first.
7. The seventh re-draws the hybrid with a new object for its head representing the second job.
8. And the eighth person draws a hybrid of the two objects to invent a new thing!
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The Hybrids Game
An exercise in combining visual representations in order to draw comparisons, explore similarities/differences between ideas.
1.The first person writes the name of an occupation.
2. The second represents this occupation in human form.
3. The third represents it in object form.
4. The fourth replaces the head of the human with the object.
5. The fifth re-draws the object-human hybrid in a new position/perspective/action.
6. The sixth writes a new occupation unlike the first.
7. The seventh re-draws the hybrid with a new object for its head representing the second job.
8. And the eighth person draws a hybrid of the two objects to invent a new thing!
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The Hybrids Game
An exercise in combining visual representations in order to draw comparisons, explore similarities/differences between ideas.
1.The first person writes the name of an occupation.
2. The second represents this occupation in human form.
3. The third represents it in object form.
4. The fourth replaces the head of the human with the object.
5. The fifth re-draws the object-human hybrid in a new position/perspective/action.
6. The sixth writes a new occupation unlike the first.
7. The seventh re-draws the hybrid with a new object for its head representing the second job.
8. And the eighth person draws a hybrid of the two objects to invent a new thing!
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The Hybrids Game
An exercise in combining visual representations in order to draw comparisons, explore similarities/differences between ideas.
1.The first person writes the name of an occupation.
2. The second represents this occupation in human form.
3. The third represents it in object form.
4. The fourth replaces the head of the human with the object.
5. The fifth re-draws the object-human hybrid in a new position/perspective/action.
6. The sixth writes a new occupation unlike the first.
7. The seventh re-draws the hybrid with a new object for its head representing the second job.
8. And the eighth person draws a hybrid of the two objects to invent a new thing!
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The Hybrids Game
An exercise in combining visual representations in order to draw comparisons, explore similarities/differences between ideas.
1.The first person writes the name of an occupation.
2. The second represents this occupation in human form.
3. The third represents it in object form.
4. The fourth replaces the head of the human with the object.
5. The fifth re-draws the object-human hybrid in a new position/perspective/action.
6. The sixth writes a new occupation unlike the first.
7. The seventh re-draws the hybrid with a new object for its head representing the second job.
8. And the eighth person draws a hybrid of the two objects to invent a new thing!