March 31, 2009
This week marks the launch of my Spring Promo Campaign for 2009; yesterday was spent composing various compilations for representation and exposure across the continent. I had hoped to have my new website layout completed and functioning before April; unfortunately, it will now be pushed back, hopefully uploaded within the next week or two (depending on workload). In the meantime, here are some of the promo image compilations for your visual enjoyment. Click on any one of them to access categorically selected works from my portfolio website.
March 6, 2009
It’s been way too long since I’ve updated this blog — as I mentioned the last time I posted, I’ve been considerably busy these last few months with international gallery shows (such as the 2009 Detroit Dirty Show), commissioned works, website revision and rebuilding (COMING SOON!), finishing a course and a few other very interesting developments. I’ve recently branched off into fine art, meaning that the new site will likely include a section devoted specifically to that genre as I continue to diversify and explore new facets.
In the meantime, after a very productive conversation with an influential individual, I’ve been inspired to research a few designers and mess around with some of my own identity design. After a night of arbitrary exploration, here are some images of the process work for your viewing pleasure….
The design eventually worked itself into a tangent with the ‘d,’ and I obviously had some debate over which style works best; not just for 2d webdesign, but also for stationary and business card design, etc.
I also came to realize the diverse applications of having a manipulatable variable in the ‘.’ which, if needed, could easily become definitive for various things, such as different fields of illustration, design or other categories…
such as print…
as well as some placeholder manipulation, like a tangible hole in a business card or piece of stationary…
Clearly, this is something I’ll have to play with some more and refine before I include it in my professional correspondence, but I like the direction it has taken me thus far. Comments are welcome!