Day 5 was to make with what you collect… Bottles more than anything else. I really drink a lot if liter bottles of tea. It’s the only everyday drink other than water that I think is good for me. I’m probably wrong.
Oh failed origami. “Make something out of paper” an assignment that reminds me of my large and no elegant fingers alas I liked the result better than a paper lily.
Today’s assignment… Let your fav animal inspire you… I really like ducks and so my mind wandered and I ended with a darkening duck sketch… I was raced for time so I let it be as nothing more than a sketch.
I’m going to start this today(2/11)… I haven’t even really read the book fully but I will early tomorrow and maybe follow it more strict. Today’s assignment was to make something that fits in the palm of your hand with the products that are near me( I was going to try to so a robot and have 365 robot works of art/craft, but the things I would’ve used wouldn’t fit in my hand so I switched to my dollar ring. I also will say this posting project counts at day 1 as well. Tomorrow then.
“All of them are quite alone, some involuntarily, some by their own hand, some without realizing it, but none of them come to the study room table with the emotional advantages held by that mythical creature known as ‘a normal person.’ … The good news is, being messed up doesn’t mean the story’s over. It means the story’s just starting, and in the end, we all find out we’re not alone, or maybe that we’re all alone and united in our loneliness.” — Dan Harmon
I thought this was really great. I just think it’s something that’s interesting in the way they sum up human frailty… Not really on subject but interesting to go through.
Here at Brow Beat, we appreciate a truly stunning movie title sequenceand as evidenced by the many well-crafted supercuts and video essays and histories on the subject, were not alone. Now, on his 93rd birthday, Google has paid tribute to legendary title designer Saul Bass, reminding us of his long-lasting contribution to film…
All boundaries are conventions waiting to be transcended”
— Cloud atlas
Joe Stewart of Huge Inc, kicked off the very first CreativeMornings/LosAngeles of 2013. Joe is the Partner & Global Creative Director at Huge, and spoke on the difficulty of maintaining happiness, or satisfaction, as a designer. Here’s his advice:
Keep it simple.
Be a designer.
Give a shit.
Watch the talk.
Today, Google shared their first, practical vision for Glass’s HUD. If there’s one mantra, it’s transparency. Aside from videos and photos, every bit of the interface focuses on clarity, from the use of what must be the sveltest font possible, to contrasting that font against the lightest matte possible.