My apologies for the delay, I took a bit of a hiatus there. So lately I’ve been doing a little bit of searching trying to find my way creatively, and from the perspective of my career. This means new beginnings, tough goodbyes, and a bit of stress. What I failed to realize before I began [...]
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Not a day goes by that I’m not thankful to live and work in the center of the creative universe. New York is a playground for us 20-somethings looking to push our personal bounds of expression and imagination. I would go as far as to tell you that the majority of us believe that the [...]
I think many of my friends and colleagues would agree that it is easy to fall into a rut during the creative process, and subsequently fall out of love with whatever piece they are currently working on. It happens to me all the time. Deadlines are squished or even worse strung out endlessly, and there [...]
I have fond memories of sitting at the breakfast table growing up, with a full bowl of cereal in front of me. Now, rather than pouring the milk myself in the kitchen before carrying the bowl to the table, I would instead sit there and wait for my mother to bring the carton and do [...]
Hello everyone, I’m sorry that it has been a while. I am looking to update this thing and use it as a means to more frequently and with greater eloquence discuss topics of design, advertising, creativity, and my own sources of inspiration. I started writing this post numerous times, in each instance embarking on a [...]
I just came across Ken Deegan on Cosas Visuales. He has a very clean typographic style that appeals to my Swiss/Bauhaus influenced design education.
I just ran across these posters by Alan Clarke that were proposed for the 2012 London Olympics. I love how they communicate the movement of each event through simplified shapes and colors…so British. (I’m getting a little bit of a Michael Johnson vibe.)