Monday, 27 February 2012
Boy this was a tricky one. The Q&A article for BBC History Magazine asked why the practice of giving funerary rings 'died' out early in the 20th Century. For some reason I thought designing some funerary rings for noteworthy famous 20th century people was a good idea. Liked the end pieces but jeez what a lot of work for a daft idea!
Tuesday, 14 February 2012
I really like the way this one turned out.
In WW2 the V was used as a symbol of resistance and was used wherever possible to harass the germans. The morse code version of V - dot dot dot dash - was also used in a range of ways from the playing of the start of Beethoven's 5th symphony on the radio to train drivers peeping it out on their train whistles.