Thursday, 23 April 2009

sneak peak Freak !

Ready to go! 

Ready to go go!!..


Started screen printing in a very very very small room, at my parents house in surrey- MUM like was  mind the carpets! 
haha want to see the carpets!???????????? 


just a little peak of  one of my  pieces ..




Wednesday, 22 April 2009

MY NEW TYPE FOR FINAL PROJECT







I shall be using these for my project, on one of the boards! :)




Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Touching FOto After long!

FOR ALL YOU DAY DREAMERS!- from me





lomo effekt - the dazing afternoon, kissed by a haze of blurry vision!  - i think this defines me..


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aiming towards Final Project

Some amazing olives to start of my productive day!
Just got back from the scrap, where i jumped in to the skip to get my materials! illegal but whyyyyyyyy???


More dismantling  shit and fixing up a canvas like wooden board to screen print my dancers on
nailing the fuck outa some nails..

Who ever you are stop taking photo's of me..

Painting up my first board!

finished board! - but i hated it , because it was so shit.. so i decided to carve in to it......

......After carving in to it, i saw that, it looked even worse! - so  i kicked the living shit out of this bored, because i hated it.


And that was me for today!

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Pixie dance idea's for FMP



 Changing mindscape for final major project, thinking of some how creating a shit load of wild pixie dance poses and perhaps screen printing them on to  old  wooden doors or planks

     

Friday, 3 April 2009

sunset cycle

Stills from a documentary which is in progress
The location is a child hood memory of mine, watch this space for the documentary !!   

The Fixie fix

A Few kick ass films for yawl to watch- enjoi



A Taste of The Toast from Michael on Vimeo.


Notte Sento (English subtitles) from napdan on Vimeo.




Fixed 2 from Charge Bikes on Vimeo.

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"A Wanderer who expresses the love for Art / Sound and Texture, whilst on a nomadic journey in to the nothingness." I traveled rural India and have become particularly interested in the creativity and vibrancy of rural craftspeople and the ingenious way in which they construct their homes despite limited resources. I have always been interested in documenting different cultures, and especially the ways in which people adapt to different environments through displacement. The skills and lifestyles of nomadic craftspeople and the haunting beauty of tribal landscapes fascinate me and it is a line of enquiry I wish to pursue in my graphic work. web site : http://web.me.com/hasibmaricar/Site/Home.html Email: hasibmaricar@mac.com Twitter:http://twitter.com/nomadicwhirler