A few new pieces added to my portfolio.
Hello pals, readers, friends and family! I’ve changed the look of my blog a bit. Now you can tweet out my posts, contact me through a contact form and hopefully comment a bit easier. I wanted something more flexible & interactive (and pretty soon I’ll be adding my portfolio to display within this site completely).
I love Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams‘ new website design. If you only visit Columbus to experience Jeni’s…it would be worth it. You can also buy pints and get them delivered to your door! My new favorite seasonal flavor is Rhubarb and Lime Cardamom Yogurt.
Loving Rodrigo’s work. Visit his site here.
Gorgeous work by Ill-Studio in Paris. I’m smitten.
I took my portfolio site down awhile ago and set a date for a relaunch. “April 1st,” I thought. It seemed far enough away. So much time to get super awesome clients and photograph my work professionally…maybe even get pictures taken of myself so I look really cool and pretty?! April Fools Day, ME. I
My wonderful friends (Josh and Megan Cook) have created a blog! It’s called He Makes She Makes and it’s a place where they’ll share inspiration and creative loveliness. I’m so excited to see all the posts they have planned and I’d suggest you add them to your blog-reader-of-choice. Right. Now. Today’s post about recycled design
Recently found designs that I love (clockwise): Beautiful type + pink found here, great book cover found here, La Dolce Vita found here, and great signage found here.
Work is pouring in, I hardly have a moment to remember to sit up straight (finally seeing a chiropractor next week) but I’m staying inspired. I like making lists so here is my current, random list: 1. Only take creative clients. 2. It’s okay to say no. 3. CTRL+S OFTEN. No, CONSTANTLY. 4. Spend more
I’m excited to be working with Team Cbus. What’s #teamcbus? Here’s a little excerpt from their website: What’s better than five friends in a car? Five friends in a Chevy, on their way to South by Southwest in Austin, TX competing against 10 other teams across North America, and doing work from some non-profits along
I was perusing the Interwebs for some floral inspiration and realized that when done well, it can be a really beautiful thing. Growing up painting and drawing, I always had people ask me on the spot, “Hey draw something right now….on this napkin!” And I’d be thinking in my head, “What should I draw?” And
Around mid-March I’ll be teaming up with The Rogue Magnolia to photograph my printed pieces. I’m excited about her creativity and extremely talented approach to photography. Here are a few pieces that have inspired me when it comes to my future shoot! Obviously they’re all very different so I’m considering having a separate section where
After collaborating a few times here in Columbus, participating in an awesome photoshoot, and meeting such talented professionals, ALL I WANT TO DO IS COLLABORATE. Of course, as an artist, I enjoy working by myself as an individual artist but something within just wants to share the experience. SO, if this idea (and video) makes
I judge books by their cover. That also goes for albums and their artwork. I pinned this image on Pinterest awhile ago and then went to the source. Commence dancing booty in my chair. It took me to Fiction Fred. I’m currently exploring the blog (by Fred, a graphic designer from Cape Town, South Africa).
I’ve always had the biggest design crush on Keetra Dean Dixon. The pieces I’ve featured above are a part of a project. Check out all her work here. AMAZING! Seriously, I’m her biggest admirer.
Found type. From top to bottom: Avant Garde 8 Sold, Star Wars typographic posters, Type variations, GT, Herb Lubalin, Fortune Favors the Brave. *DROOL* Do you love type now too?
Um, yes I still haven’t seen it. It takes A LOT to get me to the movie theater. I promise it’ll happen. Until then, I can still love the movie poster variations that I found on Where the Lovely Things Are.
– Gorgeous photo by Harry Bloom. – A great interview with Simone Harouche over on Rifle‘s blog. My favorite part of the interview was: What’s the best advice you’ve received and the greatest lesson you’ve learned so far in your career? Greatest advice was from my agent and friend Margaret Maldonado, “If you work at what