They are finished! the grass seed is on the top germinating as we speak...
Tuesday, 12 April 2011
Sunday, 3 April 2011
Saturday, 2 April 2011
Here is a reminder of what they are going to look like!
Its an amazing birch ply, 30mm thick and really good quality, these will make up the frames of my worm farms.
These worm farms have to be completely water tight because of all the moisture coming from the soil. So with a little help from some satin yacht varnish and sanitary silicone sealant this will do the job.
Thursday, 31 March 2011
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
I am trying to get across that the worm cast (worm poo, digested leaves, veg scraps etc) is an ingredient into shaping our landscapes. This was mixture of library source collage, my typeface and desktop publishing technologies....this might be the start of something PRINT!
Monday, 21 March 2011
ROUGH WORMS, this is an idea i have for a print for my project, i eventually want to turn this into a 3D object
This is an idea i have for a print for my project, i eventually want to turn this into a 3D object...enjoy
Monday, 14 March 2011
Wednesday, 2 March 2011
This is a plan for my final major project, these will be 4ft high wormeries. They will be filled with soil,woodchip,sand, grit and most importantly rotting veg( for the worms to feast on). There will also be reservoir at the bottom to collect water running through the structure. The water will contain nutrients gained from running through the digested veg and soil, perfect for growing plants! On the top of the farm i also want to grow potatoes with a perspex front you will be able to see a visible cycle of life!
The word Eon is perfect as it is a term used to describe a geological period of time. Worms have been around for billions of years and will be for billions to come, they are here to stay!
"It will be difficult to deny the probability that every particle of earth forming the bed from which . . . old pasture land springs has passed through the intestines of worms"
WATCH THIS SPACE!!!
Friday, 25 February 2011
Saturday, 29 January 2011
Thursday, 27 January 2011
Monday, 17 January 2011
I watched a documentary about shark fin soup yesterday, so i did this...
Apparently since the fisheries in Asia and Costa Rica started scouring the pacific for shark fin, the predators numbers have decreased to 60%.
Gordon Ramsey is a bit of a wanker, but to be fair to him this was a really good documentary. It really hit home when i watched a hammerhead have its fins carved off while it was still alive, then to watch its carcass (still alive) be thrown back into the sea to bleed to death!