As an artist, I work hard to develop pieces that speak to both me and others about the beauty that exists in the ruins of our memories. I try, with every finished work, to breath life into a forgotten subconscious memory, a splinter in our soul that begs to be noticed. This piece is a culmination of some of these forgot memories. Childhood, worship, temptation and bomb pops.
Tags: skeleton, skull, biting, teeth, biscuits
Part 4 of my psychology designs, Schrodinger, Milgram, Zimbardo and now Pavlov. Pavlov was a Russian Psychologist who is most noted for his work with dogs. He came up with the theory of Classical conditioning (also known as Pavlovian or respondent conditioning) it’s a learning process in which an innate response to a potent stimulus comes to be elicited in response to a previously neutral stimulus; this is achieved by repeated pairings of the neutral stimulus with the potent stimulus. If that makes no sense then it has lots to do with dribbly dogs and a bell
Tags: university, study, geek, nerd, science
Josh is a freshly baked gingerbread man, complete with stylish marzipan scarf. He’s ready for winter. I’m not much for twee Xmas things, but I do enjoy gingerbread. I wanted Josh to look as soft baked and delicious as possible, so chose soft ginger colours to reflect this. This gingerbread man was baked in Photoshop :)
Tags: gingerbread, gingerbread-man, cookies, biscuits, winter