Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Six. Postcard project - Jobless chick.

Six. Postcard project - Jobless chick.

The initial title of the sixth theme was target.
For me, targets are like rules; they are to break and to be failed to meet.
Failing to meet targets and breaking rules are like making wrong decisions and create good stories.
I have been a 50/50 rebel in my life.
I would respect rules and breaking them at the same time. I am my nice monkey suit putting a smile on and highlight the back of my hair green. I would devote in my stable job 200% and fly across the Atlantic to London for more potential opportunities the next day.

I was still with Harrods when I was working on the title of target.
My target for that month was 90k and I made an illustration plan of how I met my target. I have even over-archieved it. (yay!)
However my partners weren't able to meet their target of coming up with something for this title due to a lot of reasons. Anyways, here you go this is my plan:
Moleskin: Harrods target

I quit my job after meeting my targetss, and designing a postcard project with my friend Nicole.
The idea is similar, discussing a topic and deliver it with postcard. We hope it could be delivered worldwide!

Being jobless and as a chick is what relate us together, disregarding the geographical connection.
Here is the jobless message I sent to Nicole from London:

Starlight, look at us shine. (Acrylic, ink and masking tape on postcard)
Some old work of mine that has a connection with my postcard.
Individual identity sketches (Cleaning cloth, washing power, acrylic and glue on canvas)
Individual identity sketch (Chalk and acrylic and black paper)

Although still jobless, I'm still very looking forward to the future. It is like exploring and touching the unmapped world, and I enjoy doing this.
Working as 2 unpaid interns at a time allows me to meet more interesting people and explore the never-been-seen London, learning and brushing up my skills too. Hmmm I think I have a new idea on what to reply Nicole ;)))

Oct 30 '13