https://youtu.be/RCagUZ2zubY Current #HeadsTogether compaign, saying is #oktosay. This made me think about mental health and wealth. Does money really make you happy? It seems that no matter what your background is money is not the answer to your problem. Mental Health can effect anyone at anytime!
Poverty increases the risk of mental health problems and can be both a causal factor and a consequence of mental ill health. Mental health is shaped by the wide-ranging characteristics (including inequalities) of the social, economic and physical environments in which people live. Through researching the affects that poverty have on people and society … Continue reading Poverty and Metal Health
When trying to define poverty it is actually quite hard. This is because what defines poverty varies from place to place, through time and in different ways. When talking about poverty in somewhere such as England, compared to somewhere within less developed countries or countries faced with war, what describes poverty is hugely different. In … Continue reading What is poverty?
Source: Poverty in Britain
Choosing an Image Coming to the end of this Project I had a sketchbook full of illustrations, many of which were from primary source observational drawings from the Grant Museum and in class. As I am going on to University to study a BA in Illustration and Visual Media, I thought it would be nice … Continue reading Final Images
The Judged 2012 Glass, steel and entomological specimens 72 1/4 x 108 1/2 x 51 1/4 in. (183.4 x 275.5 x 13.2 cm) I have always been intrigued with Damien Hirst’s art and for this project, Zoomorphic, I have continued to revisit his work throughout. Being that the project is based on animals and … Continue reading The Judged, 2012