I have just completed this personal piece of work called 'Jellicity'. I thought that 'jellicity' would be a real word, referring to how jellified something was (similar to elasticity), but apparently not. So next time you make some jelly and a friend comments upon its lack of jellicity, you know where the term comes from. Additionally it can refer to, as in this case, a city inside a jellyfish.
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Monday, 8 April 2013
I recently created these designs for an article in a free paper called .Dock (an abbreviation of Document of Creativity in Kobe). .Dock is a paper that documents design related activities in Kobe, a city appointed a City of Design by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization).