Saturday, 29 May 2010

RESEARCH METHODS

I have just finished my assignments for the Research Methods module of my MA course, everything has to be handed in next Thursday. To celebrate I have made a homage to the language of Research Methods.
This is a collection of enamel experiments put together as a collection of moths, genus Researchium Metholepidoptera. Inspired by the curious names moths have been given, collected here is the Large Heuristic, the Scarse Phenomenologist, the Artium Magister and of course the very rare Bloody Deadline. All a bit of fun, but will mean I will not loose my experiments or forget the new terminology I have had to learn.

4 comments:

SCB said...

So, SO cool and clever and funny and beautiful! I started keeping my own dictionary of alternative definitions... Love the moths. Have fun! Sara

Printed Material said...

Have you got an 'Academicus exhaustum' in your collection? You know this ticks all my boxes don't you? I love it. Such wit and style - your trademarks! Lesley xx

Bridget Farmer said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE it all!

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

I'm not sure whether I have ever commented on your blog before but I've been following along for quite a while now. I just wanted to say that I enjoy visiting your blog not only because it's incredibly inspiring but also because it's incredibly beautiful!

Have a great week and good luck with your work!

Carolyn x