This body of work comprises type and line drawings made digitally
with vectors, as well as pen drawings made by hand. Some of the handmade
drawings have been scanned into a computer and printed out, while others
have been made directly on the paper in accordance with vector grids.
The prints are produced through a digital lithography process a primarily
analogue method of printmaking for digital work.
In these works I attempt to challenge the values and motivations involved
in creative and productive process. I have used the language of information
architecture to express these concerns, highlighting the vanity of this
excessive production through seemingly nonsensical graphs and diagrams.
These concerns grew predominantly out of my study and work as a graphic
designer, where considerable worth is placed on productivity and work rate,
and quantitative values appear to prevail over the qualitative.