. . . Oops, Wasn't Meant To Do That . . . Apparently

Posted by Laurence Cox | Posted in , | Posted on Thursday, January 28, 2010



Well, well, well as the final week of our current run of workshops looms on the horizon I thought I'd post soem more (new) stuff. As it turns out (cos John told us) our next rotation we'll be doing a project which combines both our workshops together, which made me laugh (and go oops) cos thats what I've already been doing for the last 4 weeks, but at this point I don't really give a damn if it isn't right . . . although I seriously doubt any tutors will care either as long as I'm producing work, which is why this course is so much fun . . .

. . . New Look

Posted by Laurence Cox | Posted in | Posted on Tuesday, January 26, 2010

In accordance with my new (major) obsession with Macbooks I've decided to have a revamp of the ole' blog, and it is now wonderfully decked in a Leopard OS themed layout, in actual fact I wasn't planning on this look, I was just looking for something different when I came across it, but I do really like it although this may be due to the aforementioned obsession . . .

. . . Art Is Resistance

Posted by Laurence Cox | Posted in | Posted on Saturday, January 23, 2010

Got this awesome looking poster off the Nine Inch Nails (the band/person) website, and thought I'd post it on here just cos I really like it, as it's really simple and the use of the text is very interesting in the way that it's arranged, plus I agree with it says as well . . .

. . . Parawhore

Posted by Laurence Cox | Posted in , | Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2010



Well, well, well, I think this may be the first post of 2010, yep just checked and it is indeed the first post of 2010, God I really am a lazy arse it's practically the end of January and I only just decided to post new stuff, well anyway I digress, well a fair bit has changed, now with us spending five weeks on a project for each of only two workshops (which in my case are Illustration & Alternative/Digital A&D) we've got a bit more time to develop things, so I've started working in a slightly different way this time, not really with continuous line but in a way that has been developed from it, so it's kind of a evolution of that, and this time I've managed to work (aka shoehorn) music into my pieces, so they mainly consist of portraits/full body drawings of singers and musicians that Ilike. These two pieces are of the lead singer of the band Paramore, she is called Hayley Williams and is gorgeous not that that has anything to do with the actual pieces but whatever . . .