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Some pages from the BodyHair zine. 

Words by Rupi Kaur.

Cardstock collage.

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watercolour and gouache.

watercolour and gouache.

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I guess what I like about low quality crumply paper is that it helps me remain detached from the outcome and any other intentions that may follow. There is nothing to make of it. Feels free - the simple joy of expression.

watercolour and gouache.

I guess what I like about low quality crumply paper is that it helps me remain detached from the outcome and any other intentions that may follow. There is nothing to make of it. Feels free - the simple joy of expression.

watercolour and gouache.

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The shree, she’s free.
Crumply paper is good for the heart. Watercolours.

The shree, she’s free.

Crumply paper is good for the heart. Watercolours.

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Leicester ‘City of Culture’ zine. We didn’t win the bid, buuut we’re still okay us leicesterfarian folk.

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Yes YOOS are.  
Words by Rupi Kaur. 
Cardstock cut+stick with some gloos and a knifey. (and some crayons here and there). I enjoy typography, the paralanguage of the written word.

Yes YOOS are.  

Words by Rupi Kaur. 

Cardstock cut+stick with some gloos and a knifey. (and some crayons here and there). I enjoy typography, the paralanguage of the written word.

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Iconic places/evens in Leicester. “City of Culture” Postcards/Stamps.

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Old friends. These guys were fun to make - paper mache experiments. May re-visit at some point.

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Some more development/ideas from the bodyhair project. Didn’t pursue these mediums either -  watercolours and promarkers, felt they lacked a particular boldness (ha).

Instead I was introduced to a pack of colourful cardstock, and that’s going well so far.

Words by Rupi Kaur

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watching waiting.

watching waiting.

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From the Nanak project - one of the initial material explorations.
I’ve always enjoyed working on the process more than the final outcome. Sometimes this can be problematic, because things are rarely completed. But it can also feel more wholesome, because the infinity of existence makes that vision impossible anyway. 

(plasticine, wool, fabrics, acrylics and foam - mixed media collage)

From the Nanak project - one of the initial material explorations.

I’ve always enjoyed working on the process more than the final outcome. Sometimes this can be problematic, because things are rarely completed. But it can also feel more wholesome, because the infinity of existence makes that vision impossible anyway. 

(plasticine, wool, fabrics, acrylics and foam - mixed media collage)

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Some material experiments for the bodyhair project. Didn’t really pursue this, but interesting nonetheless. Paint and stitches on cotton.