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Personal Identity & Interests 11 pictures

Using art to express your passions and interests: I don't mind if this is tracing a Nike tick, it's about putting what YOU buzz off into an image. You are the expert on what you like, and I am here to support you to make something based on this. It might sound obvious, but people tend to put a lot more effort into working on art that they have an attachment to, which is perhaps why doing their own names, or names of those that they are close to is very successful.

Artwork done by Sophie at St. Bernettes School using carbon paper. This was part of the SAY Project in partnership with Young Bristol, Oct 2014.
Tyrese decided to put the Chinese lettering for 'hero' on his artwork. This was part of the SAY Project in partnership with Young Bristol and Cotham School, Bristol Oct 2014.
Dan with his Liverpool themed vinyl record, well done! Atkinson Unit Secure Children's Home, Exeter Aug 2014.
Good fish come to those who wait, yes Lewis big up! Eastmoor, Leeds April 2014.
When I made a comment like the deer is going to die Jamie, said, you don't know anything mate, deer can jump a fence easy! Fair dos...he also told me to practice drawing cows, another fair point! LPW Choices, Knowle West Oct 2013.
Jamie with the vinyl records that he did using carbon paper, he varnished these and put them on his shed. The one on the right is a picture of him going lamping. Big up! LPW Choices, Knowle West, Bristol Oct 2013.
Connor representing the football team he plays for with carbon paper, Brislington FC, Bristol YOT Oct 2013.
Mustang! By Mitch with carbon paper at the Easton Millpond Youth Centre, Alternative Education with Choices LPW. Bristol July 2013.
Tevel the art prodigy! Keep it up! With the Prince's Trust Bristol July 2013.
Kelsey with her self-portrait vinyl, big up! 

Easton Millpond Youth Centre, Alternative Education with Choices LPW. Bristol July 2013.
Rooster by Will. With the Prince's Trust Bristol July 2013.