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Just finished making this :) a poster for Supermassive Black Hole :)
Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website.
Designing the News
“The purpose of this project is to promote the awareness of global current events with the American public,” Selman wrote in the introduction to his website. “‘American citizens know little about current events in general and even less about overseas events’ according to The Washington Post in 2006.”
- May 7, 2011 - Libya ‘scatters mines’ in Misrata
- August 29, 2011 - Colombia’s long task to identify conflict victims
- August 16, 2011 - Tibetan monk burns himself to death in China
- April 23, 2011 - Syria protests: Security forces shoot at mourners
- April 19, 2011 - India: Haryana widows battered to death
Visit BBCx360 to view this exceptional project.
I LOVE things like this. Brilliant.
Designing the News: Posters promote awareness of events to unknowing American citizens.
Here’s my mouse’s visual track art using IOGraphica
This is my art from 1 hour of running the program
doing NOTHING but surfing the net
TRy it yourself if you want and photo reply for me to see
Visually track your working day with this free app called IOGraphica by Anatoly Zenkov. Formerly known as MousePath.
Formerly known as MousePath it was made by Moscow designer Anatoly Zenkov to brighten up the routine work. Posting it at Flickr caused informal interest and afterward Anatoly Zenkov and his colleague Andrey Shipilovdecided to evolve the app.
IOGraph — is an application that turns mouse movements into a modern art. The idea is that you just run it and do your usual day stuff at the computer. Go back to IOGraph after a while and grab a nice picture of what you’ve done!
I’m making one right now so I’ll post it later ;D
Just install it and activate and watch your art appear while you work!
The longer it is on the more complex the graphic :)
An interview with Mayumi Haryoto, a very talented illustrator who has already begun to received public recognition for her illustrations.
Jakarta based illustrator, which already gain a lot of achievement and awards, including best cover design for album, and several more acknowledgment from several media, which lead her into top ranked illustrator in Indonesia.
And it such an honor to us, to have a brief interview with yours trully Mayumi Haryoto.
How do you begin your career as illustrator?
I just quit my job. Was working in a game developer, advertising agencies then work here and there in film production houses, also in records label. In the end, I just wanna grab my pencil and draw. I didn’t know if I could make illustration as a career, so it was a gambling back then. But there are always upsides and downsides in every profession you choose, so why not choose the one you most passionate about? To make it short, I didn’t think about it. I just did it. Even if I get hurt so many times, stuck in so many downsides of it, I keep coming back doing what I do. I guess, it’s like an addiction. Never been so dedicated before in my life. I just know I was meant to do this. There’s no turning back.
How to keep your creativity works?
I think I try to keep myself open to almost anything. I mean, even a boring mundane everyday life can be an inspiration. So keep observing, collecting every details I like everyday. It doesn’t have to be an object, it can be a sound or even just be a split second of a moment.
Pencil and graphite.
What’s your favorite object?
Do you have any tips to keep the mood flowing?
Make sure you always get a good laid. Ha! Honestly, no. I don’t have any tips. I guess, as I get older I just know how to switch my mood easier.
Your future plan?
I consider myself more of a doer than a planner. So I don’t really like to share my plans unless it almost near launch. So, just wait and see.
How to reach you?
Just say a prayer. Five times a day or every Sunday. However you like.