Designer Jessica Hische’s “side projects” are very cool outcomes of her procrastiwork. I’m cottoning to this procrastiwork thing…
I paint my own reality. The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to, and I paint whatever passes through my head without any other consideration.
The next time I’m in NYC, I’m headed straight to Brooklyn to see this. In fact, I’m pretty tempted to submit a sketchbook myself. Very cool project.
The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.
For the final assignmet of the Illustrator class that I took this summer we were tasked with creating our own project. I chose to create a 16×20-inch poster for an art exhibit on mosaics. The color version came very easily to me and was great fun to create. The black-and-white version was more of a struggle but otherwise used more of the features of Illustrator that we were tasked with using–layers, transform tools, and the such. I can’t wait to take more online classes through Parsons.
In the second assignment of my online Illustrator class we were tasked with creating book covers. Below are my covers for the memoir that I one day hope to write titled, Eating Tuna.
I’ve started my Illustrator online course at The New School at Parsons. I am definitely a beginner, but I’m having SO much fun creating these images. The assignment this week was to create themed Google logos using the Pen tool. What a challenge the Pen tool is!
You don’t make art out of good intentions.
― Gustave Flaubert
I want a littleBits kit! How can you go wrong with Legos and electrical circuits?