Just pushed an update to the colour JS on piperhaywood.com. The HSL colour has been looking pretty muddy recently, partly since it’s an orange-y hue this time of year, but mostly because sunrise and sunset weren’t being taken in to account properly. Before, the lightness value changed gradually between 12:01am and midnight. Now it looks a little more “sunny” in the daytime. Will need to keep monitoring the min/max values, yellow could be problematic.
Topographies is a series of cut-paper compositions. Each layer is sandwiched between 540 × 540mm sheets of 10mm perspex. The photo above is from the 2011 postgraduate degree show at Byam Shaw School of Art (Central Saint Martins, London).
I love them, but they are very heavy and unwieldy. There are a few remaining, get in touch if interested.
Wrote a function returning an image element with
sizes attributes. See this Gist for the function and this Gist for an example of the function in use (would need to be within the WP loop).
Wanted to give a front-end dev like Sam the ability to define the important bits, including the default image size for the
src attribute, the media queries for the
sizes attribute, and classes for the
img element if necessary.
Edit 23 Jan 2019
This isn’t necessary anymore, responsive images have been part of WP core since v4.4. They’re implemented on
wp_content automatically via a filter. Use their related functions if you need to do something custom. Responsive images are behaving a little erratically on my site though, so will have to take a look at why that might be happening.
Twenty-eight inch tall beechwood stool w/ spalted seat in the workshop, January 2010. Not the best photo unfortunately.
Before & After is an ongoing series of paired, altered photographs. The photo above shows is six iterations from this series that were included at the “Cross Over” exhibition at the Lethaby Gallery (Central Saint Martins, London). This work was shortlisted for the 2011 Nova Awards.
A quick-ish disguise for a 5p/dime-sized permanent pen stain on my shirt. Blends in a little bit more than before.