My newest from The Designer’s Review of Books is up! (also posted below) Who can resist a book that provides a paper doll of Saul Bass? Jam-packed, whirlwind, and charming are the three best words to describe A History of Graphic … Continue reading
BIG stack of proofing papers that is the Graphic Design Thinking Book! So exciting. Set to release this May, keep an eye out.
My two years at MICA is quickly coming to an end. My thesis will go up at the end of this month. Lots of work has happened in the past year, some recent work from is below. My thesis is … Continue reading
My Key Portraits thesis is featured on design.org. Take a peek…
MICA took home the grand prize and my team got honorable mention in the 24hour Visualizing.org dataviz marathon! SO PROUD!!
I’ve been taking a class titled Interactive Media and Publishing. The goal is to create own wordpress theme by the end of the semester. For someone who barely knew how to bold text in HTML code, I have to say, … Continue reading
André Felipe of typo/graphic has built a collection and community of designers creating typographic and graphic posters. It’s a great source for visual inspiration, and I’m happy to say I get to be a part of it! I submitted some … Continue reading
I did some more design sprints last night. This one was inspired by a beautiful painting of pixelated roses. So did my own version with a key. I love all the different shades of brown and I could even use … Continue reading
After a day of writing and research for my thesis about keys I decided to do some design sprints with key imagery. I used a lot of my vector outlines of keys I had made earlier in the summer. I … Continue reading
I love the transparency overlay, it’s always one of my favorite ways to use vector art. And, I’m just proud that I conquered the tracing of this key. I celebrate even the litte things! On to more tracing…