A Form to the Darkness
A Form to the Darkness - so named after its evocative opening line - remains a continuous fascination to both the popular and academic mind. For a long time, however, this work has remained inaccessible to all but a select few. Now, thanks to the work of Professor Annalise Papadopolous-Smith and her team at Harvard, this fascinating work on the depths of human meaning is now free for those with even the filthiest hands to peruse - while the genuine article remains at a safe distance away.
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication, 2018
I am a designer and writer. I explore ways in which language - not just in its content but through the use of typography, publishing platforms and editorial practices - can sculpt what is and is not meaningful. Meaning is not inherent in any object, but inevitable in our approach to it - how do we best form that meaning to some kind of use?
- BDES Graphic Design, Gray's School of Art, 2014
- Digital Media Designer, Social Europe, London, 2016—present
- Once Swinging, ARC Magazine, 21, 2018