Wednesday, January 17, 2018
 

Jodie Silsby

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“Portsmouth vernacular” 2008
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“Portsmouth vernacular” 2008
Jodie Silsby is a graduate from University of Portsmouth. Trained as a graphic designer her projects focus around typography. Her work includes “Portsmouth vernacular” a mapping project that illustrates the city in relation to dialect and language based around Portsmouth and “hearsay” a book that explores speech through screen printed translucent paper.
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“hearsay” 2008
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“hearsay” 2008
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“hearsay” 2008
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