mediums: ink, photoshop
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Here are two new editorial pieces I did based off of an article about tighter regulations being put on homeless people seeking shelter by David Chen: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/11/nyregion/nyc-delays-tighter-rules-for-homeless-seeking-shelter.html?_r=1&scp=12&sq=homeless&st=cse
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Monday, October 10, 2011
Changed a lot from the first version. Would like to improve it even more. Let me know your thoughts!
mediums used: illustrator, photoshop, cut-out paper
Monday, September 5, 2011
Poster made for Illest of Ill. The image was created by taking a drawing and running it through code in Processing that assigned the pixels to a 3D extrusion map. The concept revolves around the technological singularity. And explosions.
mediums used: graphite, Processing, Photoshop
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
So I've been pretty inactive on this blog; glancing at the posts makes that pretty obvious. Things be changin' though. Most specifically, I've re-awakened a passion for design thats lay dormant for awhile. I spent most of my junior year doing things I didn't like, muddling around trying to do a little bit of everything. It took nearly 3 years at Ringling to remind myself why I got into this is in the first place, and now its becoming incredibly obvious to me. My goal was to somehow meld my passion for music and art-making, without having to give up one or the other. I actually heavily considered going to school for music production when considering colleges back in high school. However, my desire to develop my visual communication skills won that debate, mostly due to my lag of technical ability in music theory and playing instruments. I haven't regretted my decision at all so far, but I have realized I still have too much interest in music to give it up completely. So here I am, starting at the end of my junior year, trying to redirect my focus with the hope that I can eventually create work inspired by, and for, music. That sounds incredibly vague and a little naive, but I'm already taking steps to learn more about advertising and design in general. I'm currently interning at Citymind Web Design for the summer, and things are moving fast. My hope is that I can spend the summer and senior year really honing in on the work that I really want to be doing. So my advice to others who are struggling with trying to figure out where to go; don't let other people's ideas about art, illustration, design, fine art, or anything else keep you from doing the stuff you want to do.
TLDR; DO THE TYPE OF WORK YOU WANT TO BE DOING.
Now here's some content from the last 6 months.
P.S. This will be my last post on here for a while, as I'll be posting stuff I'm doing weekly on a tumblr created for experimenting/fucking around. I'll post the link up here when its ready.