Sunday, 16 December 2012

Baby Book Complete

The final book for my friends new baby...

 Daddy chickens adventure across the world and into winter

all text and images are made and created by myself. 
Kim Kermath.

Thursday, 29 November 2012

Chickens in Love

The starts of a creation for a new life...

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Sunday, 14 October 2012


Whilst in London I was lucky enough to take part in a workshop run by Cass Art London.

We were set a brief to create a new design campaign for the Student Sale.

Although I was not selected I thought I would still share my efforts...

I guess at the end of the day I got a free bag out of it and some good advice!

"Let's fill this town with artists"

Bonnie Whisky

 I was going through my memory stick and found some work from earlier in the year..thought I would share. The idea of the brief was to create a new Whisky packaging aimed at the international female markert.

Slàinte mhath!

Thursday, 19 July 2012

It has been too long!

So after 4 years of relying on University computers I finally got my own bit of gold!

One step closer to that creative future!

Monday, 2 July 2012

And it is done!

Ta Da!!! 

Our stand at D&AD 2012

And finally! The link to my interactive piece:

Friday, 8 June 2012

Anybody can be a Scout.

Photographs from DJCAD Degree Show 2012.

An interactive art piece which was inspired by the idea that anybody and everybody can be a Scout.

Many thanks to everybody who participated!

Invisible Skills

media: pencil, latex, thread explanation

Just to recap!
As I am passionate about interactive visual communication, I chose the theme of Scouting to demonstrate imagination and technical ability. Motivated to create fun with a purpose, my work, although primarily aimed at children, should be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.
Below are some boards to sum up my ideas and as I hope to have my whole project uploaded and running shortly!

Saturday, 28 April 2012

Work complete!

Campfire Treats

Inspired by Girl Scout Cookies...

Some made up "do it yourself" packaging for children
 to make and give to their Scouting (or non-scouting) friends.


Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Work in progress...

Some laser cuts that will hopefully be turned into packaging for assessments that are in less than two weeks time!

Oh Deer!

Friday, 20 April 2012


One small step for frog. One giant leap for me!

Saturday, 7 April 2012

Not long to go..

Learn (quickly) from your mistakes.

Monday, 19 March 2012

Getting there

A still from a Flash animation

Thursday, 1 March 2012

One Promise

Around one out of every one hundred and fifty five people in the U.K. are involved within the world wide Scouting movement. With the use of hand symbols, scouts can communicate without using verbal language to show they are part of the same association.

Friday, 17 February 2012

There a wee dug..

A little surprise waiting on someone outside of the art school today...

Monday, 13 February 2012

Valentines Day

The love birds...

Postie Postie don't be slow!
Be like Elvis go man go!

Thursday, 2 February 2012

Nobody said it would be an easy ride..

this way..

..that way

and Oops!

Just remember! Not everything is always down hill!

Saturday, 28 January 2012

Don't forget..

Finland as it is today.

Find some inspiration in the past..

This project was based on the military use of the Finnish song Säkkijärven Polkka. It is a folk tune usually played on accordion.

"During the Continuation War, the Finnish Army discovered that the retreating Soviets had scattered radio-controlled mines throughout the re-captured city of Viipuri. These mines were set off when a three-note chord was played on the frequency the radio was tuned to, causing three tuning forks (of which each mine had a unique combination) to vibrate at once. Once the Army and Yleisradio experts discovered how the mines worked, a Yleisradio mobile transmitter was brought to Viipuri, and Vesterinen's polka was played on the same frequencies the mines used. This operation continued for over three months, until the batteries of the mines were drained."

Karjala once belonged to Finland but she lost it during the Winter War to her neighbour, Russia. With failed attempts to win it back in the Continuation War, it is still part of Russia.

"The tune was first recorded in Säkkijärvi (now Kondratyevo in the Leningrad Oblast, Russia), and the words sometimes sung to the tune point out that Säkkijärvi itself might have been lost, but that Finns could at least keep the polka."

Extracts from Wikipedia.

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

What's in your pockets..

Whilst sitting with friends having lunch, we were asked to take part in a mini project, the task was to search into our pockets and create an artwork with the objects we found there...

A quick rummage and voila!

my own creation..

I call this one... "Hello lover..."

Art truely is in the eye of the beholder ;)