Friday, 30 October 2009

++ Building final piece for laundromat ++


4o hours of screen printing...












Thursday, 29 October 2009

+ visuals for Kite (www.myspace.comk1te) +

Some fresh visuals i made for kite.

Visuals By Hass Maricar / Music By kite from nomadicwhirler on Vimeo.

++ Found my sketch book.. another day in the studio ++






I woke up at 6 .. got to uni by 8 o'clock.. went to the print room,
and found my sketchbook on the table.. i was super happy... and continued working on prints...



Wednesday, 28 October 2009

++ New sketch book work for laundromat research ++

+ Todays screen print outcome +
Was pritty happy with the out come.. hopefully tomorrow will be as empty as today,
i was the only one in there.. it felt like my own studio!.. i wish!..


Empty Print Studio.

Sketch book work


+ i have been researching laundromats, for my first project in my BA,+
i was in the library, transcending in to my sketch book work, and a girl approached me, asking me if she could take pictures of me drawing and working, as she was doing a project research on Drawing.here are a few pictures of my sketch book which i think i have lost... i had done shit loads of work in it today..some screen print directly in to the sketchbook, and i think its all gone. I am planning to head the the screen printing studio in the morning...and hope its there.. $£%£$%£$%!!!!!!!












Thursday, 15 October 2009

++ Kite trial run..++

Stealing time Trail run from nomadicwhirler on Vimeo.



This is a trial run of some visuals i made for Kite.. i cant really explain the theory behind it, but sit back and enjoy the clip!

hass



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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