May 15, 2020

Not One / To Be Two was created, and has featured in all LEP workplayshops, as a response to the marketised and hypermasculine environment of the academic institution. Not One / To Be Two is an enclosed art installation that is exhibited within the clinical and hierarc...

September 16, 2016

For our intervention, entitled "Fuck Excellence: Constructing a Joyous Pedagogy," at Joyful Ontologies, a workshop by the social theory centre and the warwick performance and politics network at Warwick University, Conor and I presented a diet version of LEP III. The f...

September 5, 2016

Using a Mylar 350 micron A4 sheet, Conor cut out the LEP website and hashtag ready for the template to be used to spray paint on the back of the canvas bags, t-shirts and journals. 

Even though it was still difficult to cut, we found that the Mylar respon...

September 4, 2016

In addition to spray painting the LEP logo onto the canvas bags, we spray painted the LEP logo onto four t-shirts, 25 journals and 20 party bags. 

*This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Graffiti t-shirts, journals and party bags were orig...

September 1, 2016

These LEP gift boxes were the result of an unexpected outcome from the combination of spray paint on balloons. See previous blog post here

*This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Photographs were originally taken on 1st and 2nd September 2016....

August 27, 2016

We bought balloons to put inside the LEP party bags. However, these balloons became something entirely different (with massive thanks to Jess for the idea and the help!). Instead of the traditional birthday/party messages, we spray painted the LEP logo on one side of t...

August 1, 2016

 First, Conor and I bought some Mylar 350 micron A4 sheets. Then we cut out the LEP logo and began a spray painting session. Here are a section of photos throughout the process. 

We found that the Mylar was difficult to cut, which...

June 11, 2016

 Using photoshop, I designed the LEP poster (no. 2) for LEPIII. The sideway drips were inspired by my sculpting practice of melting wood.  

*This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Poster was originally designed on 11th June 2016.

June 9, 2016

Using photoshop, Conor and I designed the LEP currency for LEPIII called 'Lepcoins'. Taking inspiration from GBP pound-notes, I created a similar layout but with an LEP twist. The top left-hand corner features an 'L' instead of a pound sign; the top right-hand corner p...

May 11, 2016

I created the logo by sketching out the design first (first picture).

In order to design/recreate it as a digital logo, I made a more refined version using a thick black marker pen and a ruler (second picture). By drawing it in this way, it could then be auto traced in...

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by Hollie Mackenzie

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