Posted: August 9, 2017 Filed under: Architecture, Art, Bangladesh, Chinese ink, Design, Drawing, Self-Portrait | Tags: black, colour, Dhaka, Digital Art, Drawing, illustration, layers, Lines, Portraits
Layers of drawings from over the past year. Simple – curious about focusing on the eyes as inspiration – after Giacometti. ( seems I am still inspired by my visit to the Giacometti show at the Tate Modern )
This includes portraits of myself and portraits from the Kamalapur Railway community I have been drawing ( there are 15 portraits overlayed here. ) I am curious to overlay the entire sketchbook digitally and see how it looks ( there about 100 ink drawings in the book ) watch this space (!)
Posted: July 24, 2017 Filed under: Architecture, Art, Arts, Bangladesh, Black and White, Boys, candid, Charcoal, Charcoal and Ink, charcoal drawings, Charcoals, Chinese ink, City life | Tags: Acrylic Paintings, Beckton Globe Library, Charcoal drawings, Chinese ink, Dhaka, exhibition, Figures, Life drawing, Newham, oil pastels, Portraits, Portraits of Kamalapur, rotunda exhibition, Ruhul Abdin
I will reflect on the exhibition next week. Its been intense. For now, some images and a final invite to the closing event this Thursday.
Here are some images from the opening night. Councillor Ayesha Choudhury of Beckton came along with friends and members of the public. The photos were taken by Enamul Hoque
Councillor Ayesha Choudhury opening up the exhibition. A panorama of the wall.
Posted: May 3, 2017 Filed under: Architecture, Bangladesh, City life, community, Culture, Design | Tags: Architecture, Bamboo Workshop, Childrens Playspace, Climbing Wall, design, Design Build, Design Participation, Details, Dhaka, LEEDO, performance, Playground, Space experiment
For more information and images from the instagram feed, go to: Paraa Website
Posted: March 12, 2017 Filed under: Architecture, Bangladesh, Design, Dhaka, Scale | Tags: Architecture, Bamboo, Bangladesh, Bold, design, LEEDO, Participatory Design, Poster
This is a call for participants in Bangladesh. For those interested in designing with Bamboo, and in a collaborative manner – click on the image for more information.
Posted: March 25, 2016 Filed under: Architecture, Arts, Bangladesh, Design, Dhaka | Tags: Architecture, Bamboo Architecture, children, Competition, Dhaka, LEEDO, Participatory Design, Students, Urban Garden
We are excited to open the much anticipated garden and play space for the children of the LEEDO Peace Home. Tomorrow will be all hands on board, and lots of planting!
More pictures here: http://paraa.org.uk/2016/03/growing-up-almost-there-penultimate-day-of-construction/