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Sample article for INDIE magazine
I think this is my favorite work! I normally end up hating my work, but, i love this! Its a sample article for INDIE magazine! A styling based project at uni, where we had to choose a sub-culture and base/style an article to that certain sub-culture. I choose the music genre breakcore, and an 'icon' artist within this genre to give a personal insight to the underground music scene! My tutors loved it, but because it wasn't fashion based enough i got a poo mark...this is when i decided my course is shit! My Conclusion for the project was quite funny: In terms of choosing what I finally wanted to do for my final shoot, I had drawn inspiration from all aspects of my research and development of ideas. It all helped me to build up to my final idea, ‘Knight of the Turntable,’ as a feature in INDIE magazine. Initially I was going down the same route as most music magazines, they tend to style their shoots in similar ways, most of which showed the artists wandering around, frolicking in fields, which is what I attempted and although the images were poignant, I was bored with the results from my ‘Breakwhore’ shoot. So I merged my experiences of breakcore raves and costumes that I had seen to create a studio styled shoot that featured an artist but with a twist! I choose to focus on one DJ in particular, I was familiar of his dress code as I have seen him at many breakcore raves that had always added to my visual experience. He often wears costumes to make the visual side of his set more interesting and ‘just for a laugh.’ So I invited Jay Nom to choose a mask that he thought best suited his alter ego, of which he choose the hideously realistic horses head. Suddenly a bell rang in my head for some reason, a tune called, ‘zero b lock up,’ by Knights of the Turntable, an old 90s techno tune, which sounds wicked on 45 and I had heard recently at a rave. I started drawing similarities from breakcore with its laptop battles and how it could be the modern equivalent of jousting knights. Also how breakcore is predominantly male orientated when it comes to male to female ratio of artists. I know only one female breakcore artist, yet there are numerous male. In terms of location I was unable to use the university’s facilities as Jay Nom was based in Bristol, but I knew of a house that was being renovated so I took a look and instantly I knew it would be perfect as it was similar surrounding to where a breakcore rave maybe held. Derelict, unfinished, messy, hole in the ground! Perfect! I then decided that in order to show Jay Nom in his true light, I would introduce the tools of his trade, so I included his decks and the laptop of which he produces his music on! I used a little lighting to put emphasis on the surrounding and atmosphere and really think it worked.90s Uniform
A PIA crew after landing from London Heathrow ! I like the red and green uniforms that the airhostesses had previously. PIA seems to have an issue with making senior crew stand out apart from the number of stripes on male uniforms. The current uniform of either pink,mustard or jade is a joke and looks like a party. This is before you face the misery guts wearing it ! The current male cabin crew uniform looks like a pilots ? Come on, come up with a proper stylish uniform taking into account the airline's Islamic heritage and international renown ! My wife is a fashion designer so I can ask her to put some designs together if you find no one !!
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