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A few photos from a workshop I helped out with on Sunday run by Jess Nash (http://jessnash.tumblr.com) as part of Refugee Week.

"Simple Acts related activities for children and families, including storytelling and a toy making workshop. Simple Acts and Norwich University of the Arts have started a unique collaboration this year for Celebrating Sanctuary London. Working in partnership with graduating Illustration student Jess Nash, Simple Acts presents two playful workshop ideas that reflect both the importance of childhood, and explores how we might welcome refugees. ‘Welcome’ will be experienced through the act of play in these workshops, where families and children will be able to construct and decorate toys such as German penny toys and refugee camps inspired Recycled Toys, as a gift giving and gift making call to action."

So much fun to do, next one is at the V&A Museum of Childhood on Saturday 21st June, if you’re in London come have a look.

The Widow

The Widow

Screen prints for my Midnight’s Children character summary book.

From left to right: Saleem, Shiva, Aadam Aziz, Reverend Mother, Parvatii-the-witch, Padma, Evie Burns, The Brass Monkey, Ahmed Sinai, Amina Sinai

nuaworkshop:

NUA Workshop 

Illustration Degree Show- July 2014

Great video NUA Workshop!


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Page from my Midnight’s Children visual essay. Can’t wait to hand in! 
Photo credit (left): Ketaki Sheth
 

Page from my Midnight’s Children visual essay. Can’t wait to hand in! 

Photo credit (left): Ketaki Sheth

 

Contrary to popular belief, you should always play with your food. Pomegranate death- Midnight’s Children visual essay.

Very early version of Midnight’s Children chapter summary using spices

Very early version of Midnight’s Children chapter summary using spices

Messing around with my pomegranate photos. Work for a visual essay based around death in Midnight’s Children.

Messing around with my pomegranate photos. Work for a visual essay based around death in Midnight’s Children.

A few pages from my screen printed Budapest Church book. I’ll add more images soon!

Church statues Budapest. Will probably be screen printing these

A few of my illustrations from the NUA fashion run through. 

Finally doing a bit more work for my Midnight’s Children project.


'the children green their blood is black unloosed by cutting fingernails it splashes black on walls (of green) as one by one the curling hand lifts children high as sky the sky is black there are no stars the Widow laughs her tongue is green but her teeth are black. And children torn in two in Widow hands which rolling rolling halves of children roll them into little balls the balls are green the night is black.' - Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie

Finally doing a bit more work for my Midnight’s Children project.

'the children green their blood is black unloosed by cutting fingernails it splashes black on walls (of green) as one by one the curling hand lifts children high as sky the sky is black there are no stars the Widow laughs her tongue is green but her teeth are black. And children torn in two in Widow hands which rolling rolling halves of children roll them into little balls the balls are green the night is black.' - Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie