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" How to live a Nursery Rhyme " is a school project based upon a phrase from the children's rhyme, " This is the house that Jack built". Each sig… Read More
" How to live a Nursery Rhyme " is a school project based upon a phrase from the children's rhyme, " This is the house that Jack built". Each sign is customised to fit the nature of its corresponding sentence and reflects in contrasting levels common signs and information displays that we often see in our daily lives and overlook. With this experimental project I hope to inject a fresh sense of curiosity and intrigue with information design and the world around us. Read Less
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How to live a Nursery Rhyme
An experimental Information Design project based upon a phrase from the children's rhyme, " This is the house that Jack built" . 
" How to live a Nursery Rhyme " is a school project based upon a phrase from the children's rhyme, " This is the house that Jack built".  Each sign is customised to fit the nature of its corresponding sentence and reflects in contrasting levels common signs and information displays that we often see in our daily lives and overlook.  
With this experimental project I hope to inject a fresh sense of curiosity and intrigue with information design and the world around us. 

Passage extracted from the Rhyme;

" This is the cock that crowed in the morn,
That waked the priest all shaven and shorn,
That married the man all tattered and torn,
That kissed the maiden all forlorn,
That milked the cow with the crumpled horn,
That tossed the dog,
That worried the cat,
That killed the rat,
That ate the malt,
That lay in the house that Jack built. " 

NOISE POLLUTION.
" Exit "
No littering!
Danger! Biohazard?
Road works... can't live without em.