Creative workshops that push the alphabet a bit further, make palettes out of memories, and turn words on their heads.
Using sound symbolism (what sounds bigger, 'drip' or 'drop'?) to rethink communicating shapes, tactility, colour and purpose - and rename everyday objects in the process. A coin became a 'tinth', a conker a 'nubbin'.
LANGUAGE OF COLOUR
Inspired by G.F. Smith's Nation's Favourite Colour project, tying words to colours and vice versa. If 'dream' was a colour, what would it be? Now what about 'nightmare'? Harder still, what about 'Oxford Street during rush hour'? Culminating in creating whole colour palettes inspired by a memory.