Christy Thynne

Christy Thynne

CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
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Christy Thynne

Christy Thynne

CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Working across the mediums of illustration, film, and essay, my practice focuses on a perpetual and detailed exploration of self. Developing a theoretical framework on which to base rolling projects that conclude themselves in a range of outcomes; vocalised through written forms and visualised in a graphic and bold manner. Looking forward, I strive to continue to broaden my expression through emphasis on introspection, in pursuit of instinctual and articulate productivity. Realised through personal projects and collaboration, with career focus towards advertising and creative incubator networks.
  • Big Big Hug
    Big Big HugA poetry zine looking at long distance love and the effect of missing the people close to us. This outcome is a conclusion of a project that was spent filling out a sketchbook with no pre-determined stimulus. In print, it forms a fold-out poster zine that contains the final image as an A3 poster image, with the previous pages forming the book. The poetry pages were created digitally and speak reflectively about wistfulness in the face of being apart from those we love. A sentiment that became mo
Projects credited in
  • Flickers of Nature Zine
    Flickers of Nature ZineA non-profit collaborative zine with the broad theme of nature, with illustrators I admire and am friends with. A fun little 2021 lockdown project created and printed at home - a few zines given away but not sold. Insta handles in consecutive order: @estellebrbr @ichyi_work @_illoustration @melissa.sinclair @mineralannie @thynillu @cindysykang @cousinalix @jodiehoward @charliebennell @unpatrus @kchandlerart @anadel_art @daniel_rieley @_claudiamelchor @meliiikeerkan
  • The Bower Monologues- Issue 002
    The Bower Monologues- Issue 002This issue pays homage to the female creatives that have commanded the concepts of both escape and retreat particularly over the last year, into artistically driven and highly receptive practices. From walking book clubs to witchcraft, the writers and artists of this issue have striven to spark intrigue and open the door to a world as seen by her. The Bower Monologues is a publication that explores the history and future of arts, culture and literature through the female psyche. It presents con
Work history
    Co-DirectorBig Shop Friday
    Milton Keynes, United KingdomPart Time
  • Illustration
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Concept Creation
  • Content Design
  • Creative Advertising
  • Creative Approach
  • Big Ideas
  • Collaborations
  • Creative Partnerships
  • Creative Art Direction
    Illustration BA (hons) The University of Brighton
     - Brighton, United Kingdom
    London College of Communication, UAL logo
    London College of Communication, UAL logo
    Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignLondon College of Communication, UAL
     - London, United Kingdom