Monthly Archives: March 2013

Manifesto Review: Russell-Einstein

Original manifesto: Issued in London, 9 July 1955   In the tragic situation which confronts humanity, we feel that scientists should assemble in conference to appraise the perils that have arisen as a result of the development of weapons of … Continue reading

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Reading and Responding

This is a development of one of my previous images where I have spaced the text so that it better fits the shape of the diagram. Even though it’s less fluid when reading, I like how it encourages you to … Continue reading

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My manifesto: Racing dogs and resting cats

­­Racing dogs and resting cats I’m a resting cat amongst racing dogs. Unlike those around me, I care not for chasing the mechanical rabbit; because I know it can never really be caught. Even if you could catch it, what … Continue reading

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Reading and Responding: Development

Just a quick mess about here, I took an image I found on google images of Fat Man, cut the tail fin off, duplicated and rotated the image. Here it looks like the nucleus of an atom and I added … Continue reading

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Reading and Responding: Development

Here I have used an image from an earlier post (a blue print of the atom bomb “fat man” which was dropped over Nagasaki, Japan in 1945) and I’ve included within the a quote from J. Robert Oppenheimer from another … Continue reading

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Reading and Responding: Atom font

I won’t lie, I’m really struggling with ideas on this one as typography is completely new territory for me! Here’s a quick 5 minute piece I did on photoshop, just considering how I might imply physics within the letters, using … Continue reading

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Alan Watts

Lately I’ve been listening to a lot of the lectures from the Alan Watts archive and found myself extremely moved by much of what this great man had to say about the human condition. He was a spiritualist philosopher who … Continue reading

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Manifesto review & reading and responding – Planning and Ideas

Ok, so I’ve already posted the first draft for My review of Nikola Tesla’s manifesto, but as for the Einstein one I have yet to start as this is quite an ambitious one. I’m going to use three texts from … Continue reading

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