The images produced were later put into the context of a 'Decide Your Own Fate' book, gently advising students on safety when they arrive at University.
I also explored the concept of seagulls becoming a metaphor for students, as some say they aquire the parasitic nature of the bird, around cities, are they unpopular? How do they behave within a society? Are they icons of the city/seaside landscape?
|In the club...|
|Flatmates revenge, eating your cereal.|
|Seagulls, a metaphor for students.|
|Waking up under local landmaks.|
|High as the ceiling.|
|Barbican run in with the law.|
|Time for tea.|
|My personal favourite. |
Ready for the run.