I’ve also just come across a business card printing firm that I might try out when I’ve thought of and designed my ID. MOO are business card print specialists, and also print Postcards, MiniCards, labels, Greeting cards and more! Their patented printing technology ‘printfinity’ allows you to place a different image on each card in a pack!
I’m currently researching aspects of freelance graphic design as I really miss doing creative work! It’s been a few years but with every desk job I’ve had in the meantime, I wondered how much more I would enjoy expressing my creativity through a graphic outlet. So here I am! :) And I guess this blog is a way of sharing my thoughts, experiences and inspirations with you and I also welcome any suggestions, tips and interest!
Lynda has been invaluable and I’m very motivated to work on my portfolio again. I’ve also been reading up on freelancing tips on blogs and looking up various competitions to boost my portfolio.
This modular alphabet has been laser cut in 6” squares from architectural butter board. The height is each letter is based on word frequency as defined by the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, which as creator, YuJune, observes is almost identical to word frequency as defined by old linotype machines. Not much has changed then in nearly 200 years!
Created by Yale-graduates Caspar Lam and YuJune Park of Synoptic Office, Alphabet Topography is a physical examination of letterforms as it relates to usage frequency. Vowels and consonants like “R” and “T” were given more vertical prominence while lesser-used letters like “W” and “G” hardly make a blip.
I did an internship at Tatiana’s studio when I was exchange student in NY/SVA back in 2004. She is a freelancer of many things, mainly illustration, graphics/motion graphics, and photography. Check out her work. :)
Contemporary art online gallery. I was looking for my past mentor’s work to purchase on there but regretfully, it seems she’s sold out!! Shame because I would’ve loved to get one of the Rainforest prints which I helped on.
Came across her work on Lynda.com where they did a documentary of her work. Inspiring. Comes to show that the computer is just a tool of many and there are various processes you can adopt to create beautiful artwork and graphics.