Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Moiré. Marc Kappeler & Markus Reichenbach

1.‘We rather trust in ice storms than snowguns’
Season's greetings card, 2008, 148 x 210 mm

2.‘I rather trust in crafts than marketing’
Poster, 2008, silkscreen, 905 x 1280 mm

more moire here.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Thursday, April 16, 2009

10 Things They don't Teach You In Design School

Cute article I stumbled upon while at work. Although at least 4 of those I did learn while at school. My teachers couldn't stress BACK UP YOUR WORK enough, seriously. ⌘S is engraved in my brain forever. I do need an external hard drive though, keeping my stuff on DVD is a little nerve wrecking, not gunna lie.
click here to read the article.

Here's my #11: double check, triple check, and then check again. No matter how many times you think your client has sent you the correct text, half the time, they don't proof half the shit they write. So remember to check spelling over, and over and over again. Nothing will kill you more than having a finished product in your hands and then realizing you spelt something out worng.

Anyhoot, hope this is useful in one way or another.


Sorry it's been a while since my last update! So much is going on in my personal life, that I have unfortunately fallen behind on my design blog. All for good reason though, I'm working on my website, which I will definitely be sharing with all of you as soon as it is up!

On another note,
i am so utterly in love with black and white photography. I also really love how 3D they've made this look using perspective on the type.

someone, anyone, be cool enough to accept work like this in Montreal.

Monday, April 6, 2009


I'm such a big fan of that whole screen, overlap effect. I'd love to make some t-shirt prints with this effect using silk screening. As much as I hate the actual silk screening process, the result is always gratifying. I might be working on some projects in the near future, nothing is set in stone, but I will keep you posted!

Here are a couple of examples I like (I especially love the last example):