Andy Currie-Scarr Studying at Furness College, Furness
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Since i started painting properly back in December 2011, i have produced some interesting work in the form of commissions for friends, family and strangers alike.

Where it says studying is not big enough, haha.

I have 3 A-Levels in Art and Design (Unendorsed), Graphic Communication and Fine Art, I then studied on the Foundation art and Design Diploma before moving away to south Wales to study Animation (Stop-motion) at Degree level.

I have a further qualification in Web Applications in the form of a module on a Degree in Multimedia.

I have recently finished a Post-Grad certificate in Education Post 16 (Teaching) and work at a sixth form college.

Currently I am furthering my qualifications in web design (Dynamic web design) at Furness college which is a module of a Foundation Degree in Computing.

Member Since

06th February 2012


painting, graphic design, band/musician merchandise, web design, teaching, stop-motion and flash animation

Bands, crane, muse, pendulum, michael jackson, maroon 5, 80's cheese.




Last Active

Thursday 27th October 2016

Sixth Form Qualification

Barrow-in-Furness Sixth Form College, Barrow-in-Furness


University of Glamorgan

Post Graduate

Furness College, Furness


Barrow-in-Furness Sixth Form College, Barrow-in-Furness

Home Town


Date of Birth

Thursday 18th April 1985




Crane's Curious Robots and Nauseous Ears Album cover design

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Crane's Curious Robots and Nauseous Ears Album cover design
Crane's Curious Robots and Nauseous Ears Album cover design
The tree stump photograph is by a Photographer, Duncan Cooke of Happydayz Cards. This set the foundations for the entire album look. My job was to create a back cover to the Album cover and CD label. The band wanted a tree related theme throughout the work, so i set to work on creating the tree on the right of the picture (back of CD cover) using all the album track names to create the trunk and branches of the tree. To manipulate the text i used Photoshop and in particular the pen tool to make the text follow a specific path. the design was simple enough and in comparison to the front cover, it didn't need to be full of colour or detail. The bottom of the tree on the left also joins up with the design on the CD to make an even bigger over all image.
computer aided design (photoshop)
Between A5 and A4
June 26, 2012
Still Life
Artist studies at:
Furness College, Furness

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Band art and designs a portfolio by Andy Currie-Scarr

Trees a collection by Alex Kinch

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