Gettin sketchy part…uhh…2 I think.
So like for the 0 people who are following me who are random generous strangers, we had to do this minor project in graphic arts involving turning sounds into imagery through sketches.
That jackhammer with the Apple mouse up there? That is how I interpret what the sound of the graphic arts lab is during the final exam. Now I didnt do any stupid abstract design expressing my feelings or anything. I’m a realist, and I like humor. So I took whats actually happening, and made it funny. Which I pretty much did for the next two.
That fork which could easily be mistaken for a cactus? Well it is a fork, and its being slammed on top of that log, replicating someone banging a fork on a table when they are hungry.
Those butterknives on a slab of sidewalk? Thats people shoveling their walkways during a snow storm.
The ever glorious 2013 Shorewood Movember T-Shirt design by me. The pure essence of manliness lies within this shirt, especially with my unique idea of tearing off the sleeves yourself with the traced out line. The M for Movember was a mustache I made myself, in symmetrical nature. Any questions or concerns let me know, I can change anything on it. Oh, and there is no backside, it’s just the color of the shit.
I didnt like this project as much as the squares one, but whatever. Here’s my somewhat creative work, business as usual here in Tonswald land.
Square design project. Any questions on the design feel free to ask.
*My apologies for being late on this, had to study for a math test, couldn’t come in after school*
Graphic design inspiration mah-thingy. Design based off of the minimal works of Chip Kidd, inspiration from John Z. DeLorean
Despite my awful phone camera, I managed to snap some pics for my 10,000 word essay
From the images above I have my high school assignment noteboook, a pot of coffee, my two dogs Pixie and Lola (respectively, and yes the photo was terrible but they wouldn’t stop moving.), my car which is a 1998 GMC Jimmy SLT, my bike, a Schwinn Sidewinder (It’s on the brink of death), some reading material, my work uniform, my gaming desktop with dual monitors and some phenomenal graphic artwork done tastefully in Microsoft Paint, my laptop which also has some nice MS Paint artwork on it, and last a sticker of my friends band called “Anomaly.”