Concept, Design and Code
for Transformative.

Concept Design, Retouch and Packaging for Capcom.

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2015

2016 - 2018 WTF Creative

Transformative is a web based application that allows you to remix combinations of famously protected images (copyright) and those sourced from the public domain with share and share alike licenses (copyleft) in order to create something transformative. My goal in creating 'Transformative' was simply to challenge the way in which copyright material could be used, provoke a discussion and give something back to the creative community. The tool is a simple and playful execution of my ideas around “transformative” content: The point at which protected works become something new.

Transformative is a web based application that allows you to remix combinations of famously protected images (copyright) and those sourced from the public domain with share and share alike licenses (copyleft) in order to create something transformative. My goal in creating 'Transformative' was simply to challenge the way in which copyright material could be used, provoke a discussion and give something back to the creative community. The tool is a simple and playful execution of my ideas around “transformative” content: The point at which protected works become something new.

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Using the HTML5 Canvas and open-source JavaScript plugins I built an interactive area for users to remix copyrighted material within.  I went on to exhibit the app to the public at the 2015 Substance Degree show and later at "Physical/Digital Play”, an exhibition at Mother London. I installed a thermal heat printer, to print on demand the user-generated results and skew the original materials further by outputting them in a distorted form.

Using the HTML5 Canvas and open-source JavaScript plugins I built an interactive area for users to remix copyrighted material within.  I went on to exhibit the app to the public at the 2015 Substance Degree show and later at "Physical/Digital Play”, an exhibition at Mother London. I installed a thermal heat printer, to print on demand the user-generated results and skew the original materials further by outputting them in a distorted form.

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