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"[People Magazine] asked people to recreate scenes from famous movies in a photo. They asked Andy Samberg and I if we wanted to recreate a scene from a movie like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and we said that sounds great, but we’d rather do a scene from E.T. You might be like, “How could you and Andy do that; one of those is a child and one of those is an alien! Well, I feel like we nailed it.” - Seth Meyers
Go Fuck Yourselves - Charlie Kelly
play this at my fucking funeral
Edgar Wright - How to Do Visual Comedy
Because he’s just better than everyone else.
(Note: This got way bigger than I ever expected it to get.)
This stunning illustration by final year student Claudine O’Sullivan was judged the winner of the The Coffee Art Project 2013. Chosen from 85 entrants, her watercolour ink and pencil illustration on Khadi paper, will be auctioned to raise funds for Project Waterfall, a charity that work alongside coffee producers to provide water filtration in Tanzania and other coffee producing African countries.
Claudine, who is graduating from BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design, Illustration and Visual Media pathway, will be showing her final work at London College of Communication’s Summer Show Three from 21 – 28 June 2013.
A traditional illustrator specialising in portraiture, she works mainly in pencil, watercolour and ink and her vivid, abstract portraits are gaining her plenty of praise, with a solo exhibition under her belt in 2013 and an exciting collaboration planned next year.
Her documentation of her time working at an Orphanage in Jaipur, which made up part of a solo exhibition in March, impressed the Managing Director of Allegra, who funded the Coffee Art Project. And a similar trip to Tanzania to photograph and document the work done by Project Waterfall may also be on the cards for early next year.
Claudine has also collaborated on a campaign with domestic violence charity Southall Black Sisters that works with women who have suffered domestic abuse. And with such raw honesty a feature of her beautiful illustrations it’s no surprise charities are keen to have her help them highlight the human faces behind their causes.