As you read this, a lone rolley chair sits at an empty desk, silently weeping your name. Well, right now its silently weeping “Graphic Design Intern…”, but it’s really sad nonetheless. Don’t let that poor chair be cold for much longer, it’ll make you a bad person.
If you are obsessed with ideas, details and Pantone, read on!
A fun and very insightful satirical look at the the life of “Jeff the graphic designer” in a recent episode of “Life on a Limb” produced by Randall P. (A self described sick, twisted and fun-loving guy) of Randall P Studios.
How do you explain creativity? In this excerpt from his fantastic 1991 (we think) lecture, John Cleese offers a recipe for creativity, delivered with his signature blend of cultural insight and comedic genius. Specifically, Cleese outlines “the 5 factors that you can arrange to make your lives more creative”.
If you were a child in the mid-’80s or early ’90s, chances are you spent several afternoons with Bob Ross and his PBS show, The Joy of Painting. This show was amazing and had the uncanny ability to calm even the most ADD child. The man was basically an undercover babysitter who was responsible for managing most of your childhood anxiety.
frustrated female studentYou feel surrounded. There are dead, horrible things that make you wrinkle your nose everywhere you look. You don’t get close enough to smell them, but you know that if you did, it would stink something awful. All you want is to discover something live and fresh, and you know it’s out there somewhere.
Finding the perfect fine-liner pen for an artist is much like dating. It can be costly, frustrating and overwhelming. However, when you find that perfect match…magic! All your trial and error ex-pens are soon collecting dust, because damn-it, your in love! Here’s a brief review of some of the relationships I’ve had with pens, past and present.