Ephemeris, Moon Press Issue Six.
I was the guest editor for Tour De Moon's sixth issue of their publication 'Moon Press'. I chose the theme of moon travel and sustainability, and worked with 10 artists who created responses to the brief.
Ephemeris is available to view online by clicking the image to the left.
A limited edition print run of 80 copies was produced.
Designer: Olivia Bush
Producer: Anjali Prashar-Savoie
Red Mountain (2022), Self Published zine. 100 print copies.
A part factual, part fictional narrative telling the histories of Rougemont Castle and Gardens, which lie on the site of an extinct volcano.
The story considers the deep times of a place, and how our current ways of living might leave traces in the distant future.
Ruskin Class of '21 (2021)
2 section book with interleaves,
285 x 220mm, 150pp
Edition of 500.
This book was designed as an alternative to a physical exhibition at the end of our degree. It contains two sections; a front section containing artworks from all the students and the back section contains written and visual responses to each artists practice, created by another student. The back section contains yellow interleaves, that reference back to the artworks at the beginning.
We worked with design alumnus Oli Smith to create the layout of the book.
Scope Creep (2021)
randomized paper stock zine,
297 x 210 mm, 74pp.
The nature of this publication is similar to that of the studio - it contains collaborative and experimental works that replicate the kind of conversations we would have had in the studio. Workshops were run during the January lockdown, with students making work together online. Each book is unique as the paper stocks are randomized in the printing process, giving a subtle change in the feel of each page. Colour block pages reference the spills and drips on the studio floor; the front and back cover.
TNDC Sketchbook (2021)
Self printed concertina zine,
105 x 820 mm (fully extended), 12pp
A self published zine of the sketchbook I made on a weekly online drawing class during lockdown. The subject matters changed each week, and as the sketchbook was filled drawings overlapped, merging fossils with volcanic eruptions, with microscope slide imagery of rocks.