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Britt Coxon Art and Design
Making art, websites, comics, illustrations & papercraft.
The art and design work of Britt Coxon, working in paper, card, paint, pixels and more.
I love working both digitally and with pen and paper, the most satisfying part of my work is being able to combine my design skills in interesting ways to create something hopefully a bit unique. My inspirations are Art Nouveau, mathematical shapes, low poly 3D design, bright colour combinations and comics.
Projects & Updates
First contact or another footnote in history. I’ve somehow created three pieces of music this year. To go from none a year to three a year is quite reasonable considering everything else that’s happened in 2020. https://soundcloud.com/paperbritt/footnote
https://soundcloud.com/paperbritt/journey You open the door, you step outside. You pause for a moment, blinded by the sun. Your eyes adjust to the larger world, you take a second step, and then a third. Your journey has begun. I’ve been making more music. This is a new journey for me. I’ve always played around with tunes and sounds but this year is the first time I’ve made something I would consider a complete piece. I may attempt lyrics soon.
It’s been a while. I always say I’ll update my blog a bit more but rarely do. I have thing to tell. On 30th March I made some music. I decided to tie it in with the Observations series I made for the Invisible Beasts exhibition. Repairing an alien spaceship in the vacuum of space. https://soundcloud.com/paperbritt/observation-5 On 1st April, Paul and I found ourselves suddenly parents. Very early in the morning our baby joined the world through an emergency c section. Both the baby and…
I collaborated with Paul Thompson on this comic. I was struggling with the script and couldn’t get past the thumbnails until Paul and I sat down and workshopped it in the pub. A few hours later and we’re collaborating on a slightly different but far more interesting story involving an art thief. After that Paul put the thumbnails together, I inked from those and he did the lettering. Printed in the Paper Jam Comics Collective’s anthology You Need a Holiday … and that. I was…