Here are some of the posters I’ve created in the first term for the University of Brighton Maths Society socials. They were made to be quick and easy to read whilst maintaining the societies budget keeping to black and white only.
For my FMP I created a 1:250 scale replica of my house, it is made up of 40 sheets of hand-cut card creating the cross-sections. Each piece of card is hung on a sliding framework so that the viewer can peer inside and view the space within the model from any angle.
For my FMP I won the ‘Best Research’ award.
As part of the work for the Romeo & Juliet play I created two merchandise posters by embroidery. I initially wanted to create a poster with moving thread shown by the first image which is why the imagery was designed using very similar elements but through encountered problems I created two separate embroidered posters.
Here’s a stencil of a church I created for a recent Christmas drawing project.
We had to create an advertising campaign for our local theatre’s adaptation of a Shakespeare play. Having chosen Romeo & Juliet I decided to create posters and base the imagery on both of their methods of death contrasting with the usual depiction of a tale of love.
surfingwhisky asked: Hi, just stumbled across your blog through a tag I'm tracking and I have to say that you're insanely talented! Some of your A-level stuff is similar in quality to people's projects in our final year degree show last year, never mind the things you've done at LCC. What sort of thing were you looking to do after uni?
Thankyou so much :) I’m only on the Foundation Diploma in Art & Design at LCC so am still applying for university, of which i’ve decided to do Maths. I’m still undecided on what the future holds definitely though, despite doing Maths I still hope to upkeep my design work aswell.
J Adams is from Essex, England.
He is an Art and Design student at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.
He is 19 years old.
His url is: http://j-adams1.tumblr.com/
Wooo, artist of the week, I’m proud.
sophiekatenewton-deactivated201 asked: Your work is absolutely amazing by the way, i was trying to pick out one thing that i really really liked but it's too hard! It's all just really brilliant. I do love the J and the A made out of paper though :)
Thankyou so much, it’s really nice to hear and makes all the hard work seem worthwhile :)
Here’s a new identification system I created based on Name (blue), Date of Birth (Red) and Place of Birth (Yellow). The identification system is made up of three layers based on each of these, and to show each layer clearly I have used the primary colours of which overlapping layers can be worked out by the secondary or tertiary colour produced. The distance of the line towards the centre of the circle signifies a letter so the letter ‘J’ would be 10/26 of the distance and the spacing between each character is based on the number of characters using the full circle. The central cross is merely for alignment when scanning the image so that the layers are read correctly. The idea was that upon birth every person would get a means of identification which would last them through life as the three facts chosen would never change, the final image is what my identification would look like stating, Jamie Peter Adams, 16 01 1993, Basildon Essex England. The three facts chosen are obviously not 100% unique to any individual but combined offer incredibly low chances of having two identical identifications, as shown by my representation of my tutor group ‘Corvus’ showing the variation between the students.
Here are some of the postcards we had to create based on our visit to Southend, we had to create a more realistic view of Southend rather than the ideal images typical of postcards.
A Heath Robinson inspired contraption I created that makes tea for you in bed when your alarm goes off.
I’ve created my initials in a 3d style by using layers of paper. Here i’ve included the drawn plans as well as the final papercraft model.
A comic created from paper cut-outs, the content was composed of random videos from Youtube (which is why they make no sense)