Terry Border is a borderline genius (no pun intended). I love his twisted sense of humor. You should check out his blog for more of these whimsical single-frame gems. There are way too many to post here, these are just a small sampling.
I’m getting married next summer, and was thinking about getting some crazy cupcakes made instead of buying a fancy wedding cake. I’ve been trying to search for great ideas online, and came up with an overwhelming number of possibilities. So now I have to narrow it down…what kind of theme do I want? Colour scheme? Flavours? So many to choose from! It’s not going to be easy…
In the meantime, I’m drooling over some of these awesome designs!
I tried my hand at creating my very first online portfolio. In the past I had been used to mounting everything on heavy black stock and packaging it neatly in an oversized portfolio, but this time all it took was two hours, a little patience, and iWeb and it was easy and relatively painless. My only problem is that I never know what to put into a portfolio – I want to show as much as possible. I think I need to pare it down a little, but I need more great quality projects to replace all the ones I created as a beginner. And I also need to figure out a really good URL name for it.
I still have one more year of Graphic Design training and then I will be officially starting my second career. I feel like I have a long way to go, but I know it will go by in the blink of an eye. I need to have a great site that will really represent my talent and ability.
You can view my online portfolio here.
And send in your suggestions – I could use some guidance.
I’ve always loved the look of vintage surf posters – old and new. The colours, the simplified, almost-woodcut lines. So classic. Makes me want to buy a longboard and get out on the reef! I would love to be able to design any kind of board one day – surf, skate, snow, you name it. I’ve always been a big fan of board sports and culture.