Lost and found in Manchester, part of my the research for my most recent project - ‘Realisation.’
A little bit ironic sewing this on the way back to Manchester. It’s good to be home. #embroidery #sewing #fashionstudent
'The quiet things that no one ever knows' Final piece incorporating texts. May/June 2013
'show me a picture of grace kelly in any outfit that isn't lovely and i will chop off all my hair.'
'I woke up at half six thinking it was half seven. I'm nearly at wensum. Today's going to be a bad day.'
'Well I'm in his bed right now while he goes to get breakfast and stuff. It all seems good apart from the whole denial thing'
Texts and monoprints.
'The quiet things that no one ever knows.' final foundation project.
'One friday when I'd had enough I skipped college, drove into the city and bought these. They cost £70. The next week they were on sale for £15.'
'I wore this jacket nearly every day to college. I loved that jacket, it's a shame I didn't feel the same about college.'
'The most expensive item of clothing I've ever bought. You told me you didn't like it, do you remember?'
'I wore this top to your funeral. I wasn't sure if I liked it then, I'm not sure if I like it now. I still wear it on days when I'm missing you.'
Combination of polaroids and monoprints. Memories evoked by different items of clothing.
Final foundation project: ‘The quiet things that no one ever knows.’