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Everday objects in a college student's bedroom abstractly expressed through patterns, from Dust Bunny corner to Counting Sheep Mattress. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Eric Bubas; College: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
You don't always have to travel far to find interesting things. Being curious and constantly questioning your surroundings is the most important thing. Travelling inside your mind can be just as good. I'm inspired by how people can choose to transform boring into extraordinary in an instant.
I chose this wonderful city because it is one of my dearest places I have been to. Dresden is a wonderful place to visit, especially because it has a lot of street art, lovely architecture and really friendly people. This project was part of a student work-group with Madi Andronic
Some curious signs from around the Rainbow Nation. South Africans tell it like it is and are never without a sense of humour. Many of these signs I saw with my own eyes, and at first they were shocking. I lived near Cape Town when my oldest child was a baby, and my husband is originally from Johannesburg. Many fond memories.
Hi! My name is Beth Pecora- I'm currently a senior at MICA, and I completed this map for Rebecca Bradley's Maps class!
I decided to create a world map for the concept pitch I've been working on my senior year. The story follows the protagonist, Tibia, the heir to the Kataqom kingdom. Tibia is regarded as special for having the brightest glowing crown in Kataqom. When her home is attacked by the Nokturns, a race of light-stealing goo demons, she must journey outside of the underground kingdom and into the vast Hellskaep to discover the truth about her crown.
This is actually one third of the entire Hellskaep map! On this third, I have mapped out the Ennard farmlands and town. I hope that as I finish the other sections, I can submit those as well!
This is a map of my brain I did for a project at Columbus College of Art and Design. I'm an an advertising and graphic design guy, not an illustrator so go easy on me. Not to mention this was my first go round with watercolors. Basically this is showing a little bit of what goes through my mind when I'm approaching a design problem. It never shuts off and it really is a maze. Once your in you'll get lost... trust me, I live with it daily. I wanted to reinforce the "always in design mode" by using vivid colors and a very loose sketchy hand. Think of it as one big brainstorm.