Chandr Chandrvirochana

London, United Kingdom
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Chandr Chandrvirochana

London, United Kingdom
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  • Dyslexia - Creatively AbledA brief allotted to MA Illustration and Visual Media students. We, a group of 12 students, managed to develop the entire storyboard, create the characters, backgrounds, infographics, typography, animation and sounds. I came up with the title for the film – ‘Creatively Abled’. It is based on the thought that the Disabled especially with Dyslexia do not lack skills but are rather blessed with creativity and are hence – Creatively Abled! The characters and backgrounds in the film are kept simple, s
  • ConstructionConstruction is a screen printing project, which is part of the Modernity and Urban Space Module. It is developed from two overlapping photographic images. The architectural model-making paper is selected as a medium for the print as it represents the scaffolding and the strong construction foundation of the building. The first layer is selected using an image with a simple form to symbolise the internal structure of the building. It illustrates a pattern overlapping another pattern, which symbolised the construction method of a building. Its organic circular form also readily acts as a halftone image for the print. The second layer possesses a large structure in a shape of a magnified glass, representing the magnifier glass structure. The image was edited using Photoshop to create a halftone image. This layer is also printed with a silver paint to portray the galvanised metals that are involved in building skyscrapers as well as the shinny mirror exterior. The printing is not perfectly screened because the image uses the space close to the edge of the screen making it difficult for the paint to push through the screen. However, the mistakes created a nice effect of blending and blurring the edges of the print.
  • Future of Money‘Future of Money’ I believe that money will eventually turn into a digital platform in the future. Some people have started to use the online money already, such as the bit coin. Therefore, I have compared money with clouds because money is intangible, just like clouds. I have classified clouds with financial terms under the topic of cash flow statement. The cash flow statement is partitioned into three segments, namely: cash flow resulting from operating activities; cash flow resulting from investing activities; cash flow resulting from financing activities. Operating activities Depreciation is the maintaining cost of the loss of tangible assets’ values over time. It is a part of operation in cash flow statement. I compare this financial term to Cirrocumulus (Cc) cloud which consists of tiny round white cloudlets. It can be found in the high levels around 16500 - 45000 feet above the ground. The tiny cloudlets are floating around, high up in the sky, like little cash is floating away from your wallet, to pay the maintenance cost of machines and factories. Net income is a distinct accounting concept from profit. Net income can be calculated by adding a company’s operating income to non-operating income and then subtracting the taxes. I link this term to a cloud called Altocumulus (Ac). It is mid-level patch of small white or grey cloudlets. It is similar to Cirrocumulus (Cc), however it has larger individual segments. Investing activities: The purchase and sale of fixed assets etc. I divided investing activities into two parts; equipment and land & properties. Cumulus (Cu) stands for equipments because it is one of the easiest clouds you can find in the sky. It is a common cloud that produces no rain which is like after you paid for equipment, there is no maintaining cost after purchase. It looks like cotton-wool puffed or some people see it as a cauliflower. Land and properties resemble the Stratocumulus (Sc). It is a layer of cloud that looks like a thick white blanket of stretched out cotton. It can sometimes block the sun. This means that it is a big cloud like land and properties and relatively huge as compared to equipments. This cloud and Cumulus have similar shapes, it is the size that differentiates them. Financing activities: repayment of loans and debentures Stock often goes up and down so I refer this to a rare type of clouds named Duplicatus. These cloud formations are distinguishable by its layered structure found at different atmospheric levels. This cloud is usually made up of layers of semi transparent ice crystals, forming a cross-hatched pattern which matches with the stock graph having ups and downs. Nimbostratus (Ns) is chosen to represent loan because it is the dark cloud that brings in bad weather such as the rain. The rain portrays the interest you have to pay for loan. It covers the sky and blocks the sun. You have to fly in a plane through the cloud to realise how deep and solid it can be.
  • Life Drawing
  • Design Works WondersYCN Student Awards : Design Works Wonders Client : MOO MOO is a vibrant and colourful online print and design company. This brief challenged us to interpret their new brand philosophy and tagline - Design Works Wonders in various formats. The freedom to approach design and explain how it works wonders boundlessly was what appealed to us to choose this brief. Having worked on it, we realised not only how the brand has created a platform for itself, which portrays it with a bold, fun and playful outlook, but also the amount of thought and details that actually go behind in creating and maintaining that image. It has carved out a unique reputation for itself in the industry and continuously surprises with its work, truly living up to its philosophy - Design Works Wonders. Design Works Wonders. Having researched we reinterpreted this philosophy, and have depicted one of the most wonderful specimens of design created by nature itself - the human anatomy. This work is an animation of illustrations of the brain, the heart and the hand. It depicts how the brain, the heart and the hand are some of the most amazing design works and structures in the human body. We take for granted the wonders created by the intricate mechanics involved in the structure and working of their design. And literally explaining the tagline as well, when the brain ideates, the heart works with passion and the hand creates, the design that is then created genuinely works wonders. So the design of these organs themselves and the designs created cumulatively by them all create wonders and prove the philosophy right.
  • GINThis is my final thesis of my bachelor degree. The concpet was to create a food guidebook using hand drawn illustrations instead of photos. The illustrations were mainly drawn using watercolours in realistic style. The book is created to share my passion towards food in the style of a sketchbook. The book’s title ‘GIN’ is chosen because in Thai it means to eat. Also, providing information about Local Thai food through my point of view for foreigners, tourists or anyone interested in Thai food.
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Projects credited in
  • 'The Ladybird Web' Interactive InstallationLadybird Books Reimagined at The London Design Festival 2015 The project won the 'Best Interactive Installation' Prize for Ladybirds Publications '100 Years of Ladybird' competition and was exhibited as a part of the London Design Festival 2015. Concept: The Ladybird Web – an interactive game that connects Ladybird book imagery with contemporary and comparative visuals. Ladybird is an archive of anything and everything. It is an 'old search engine', almost like an 'Analog Google'. Elaborating
  • Mural Doodle creationA collaborative doodle mural created for the gym of the St. Mary's Priory School, in London. 1 day of work, 10 people involved.
Work history
    Student
    Intern
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    Work full time in Multimedia Department.
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Skills
  • Stop Motion
  • Music Videos
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Printmaking
  • Fine Art
  • Multi-media Artist
  • Collage
  • Animation
  • Design
  • Editorial
  • After Effects
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
Education
    MA Illustration and Visual Media
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    BFA in Multimedia
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Awards
    Exhibition Prize for Outstanding Installation and Exhibition Response for the LadyBird Publishers
    Won the Exhibition Prize for Outstanding Installation and Exhibition Response for the LadyBird Publishers, which will now be exhibited at the London Design Festival.