– The aerial shot above was taken by David Zimmerman. I found it over at Black Eiffel. Love these. – Max and Margaux’s wedding video is amazing! The video was created by Shark Pig. – Need a placeholder while you’re building a website? I found this via SwissMiss. – This art direction for Art Review
– Photo above taken by one of my best friends, Kellyn. – I want a banquette when we finally own our own home. – And this office chair. I’ve already tested it. It’s the best chair. Ever. Best. Ever. – I was so glad to see Jeni’s appear in my Google Reader! If you EVER
I usually pump out links to share on Mondays but I’ve been behind in almost everything lately. My room is covered in dirty (and clean) clothes, I’m battling a head cold and I’m juggling three jobs! Anyways, if you’re bored at work or waiting for the weekend to roll around…enjoy these links! – Who wouldn’t
I’m not a banker but I have to say…I was overly excited when I logged into my online Huntington account and saw their new site design (pictured above)! As a designer, it wasn’t fun signing into their old site everyday. I thought I would include a screenshot of what their site USED to look like
This week on MEET, I’m featuring Karmen Low. Karmen is a twenty-three year old designer in Grand Rapids and is so incredibly talented. Besides talent and great design, she’s also hilarious so enjoy this interview and take a look at her site and blog! 1. At what point in your life did you know you’d
This week I’m honored to share some thoughts and work from designer Ben Tousley. Ben is an extraordinary artist and is someone that I truly admire. His style is phenomenal and I was so excited when he agreed to participate in this series and share his work. Ben is twenty-three and resides in Bloomington, Indiana.
It’s my first day back after a 7-day Twitter hiatus and I’m feeling refreshed and accomplished. Last week I finished the piece above for a past client. King Kong meets Elvis. I hope you all had a fabulous weekend! Here are some links to start off your week: I’m currently working with five engaged couples
I’m excited to featured Aldan Shinault, a twenty-three year old designer originally from Illinois. Aldan and I went to high school together and we were able to reconnect this year. It’s so awesome to see how Aldan has grown as an artist. Enjoy looking at his work and reading some of his thoughts about life
This week’s MEET features J.M. Scott, a 30-year old graphic designer from Indianapolis who designs full-time for the Public Relations Department for the State of Indiana. This artist’s simple answers and wonderful illustration work speaks for itself! Enjoy! Q1. At what point in your life did you know you’d be an artist? While in high
Why yes that is a 280 page booklet that I’m formatting for Franklin University. Very thankful for this big project! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I got to see one of my best friends get married and it truly was a celebration. Now it’s Monday and I thought I’d share some links:
I recently designed the website for WoodSpoon, a Brazilian restaurant in Los Angeles, California. This site was launched in time for their feature on The Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate : The Classics. Someday I hope to visit Los Angeles and try this amazing cuisine! WoodSpoonLA.com developed by TOTSPUPS.com
I promised myself on Saturday that I would try to be consistent with my Monday link sharing! So here you go: The photos above are from my trip to England in 2007. Lately I’ve been wanting to go back. A lot. I know POST 27 has been making the rounds in the blog world but
It’s the second week of my MEET series. I hope that this can continue on for as long as possible. I have artists lined up until the beginning of summer so check back every Tuesday to meet someone new. This week I’m featuring designer Joshua Cook. He is twenty-three year old graphic designer in Indianapolis,
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Blog design for Coffee + Milk Art. Check it out and email CoffeeMilkArt@gmail.com if you have any amazing coffee art that you want to share.
Saw this over at BB-Blog and LOVED it. Stay up and Make Something. Something I can relate to. You can purchase a print for $35. And get this– they mixed the blank ink with coffee as well as glow in the dark paint. Originally found here.
I originally created my super-simple-extremely-not-complicated logo last year with the intention that I could create a color change whenever I felt like it. In college, I went through two logo identity processes and I didn’t use either. When I tried to develop a logo for myself–I would create logos that were too detailed and I
The home page was approved by Jewel. I’ll be working on the interior pages after the holidays!