Portland, ME friends!
Are y’all dying to give your opinion on selfies? LOVE them? HATE them? Stop by monument square tomorrow around 3:00pm for a quick street interview! Also it would be nice for you to visit me!
Selfies have been around since the invention of the camera. Selfies aren’t new!
Take a selfie and tag it to #projectselfiepride!
Not thesis related but I finally stopped slacking and uploaded my short film from last year! The goal of the project was to write, direct, and film a short narrative piece. Yay! Film!
I’m very happy that so many people are participating in the project! Keep contributing!
I’m really interested in having people from all over participate if you’re willing! Especially people who feel underrepresented!
Defend selfies! Be part of my thesis! Look for this instagram bar and tag #projectselfiepride
Stock images really are amazing.
WIP hand mirror for the book I’m working on.
Sneak-peek at a spread for my upcoming book/zine on selfie’s and my project!
Stay tuned for my thesis work! I’ll try to post some in progress stuff as the semester goes on as well as how it all turns out in the end. Here is my “teaser” poster!
Holiday sale is tomorrow! Stop by the Graphic Design pop up shop in the Zand Head Gallery! I’ll be selling some stuff, including these posters!
POST HOLIDAY SALE POSTER SALE! (say that five times fast)
I still have quite a few posters left after the holiday sale! If you want one, they’re on sale for $6 from $10! WHAT A DEAL!
Shipping is around $4 I think, but if you really want a poster and can’t afford it send me a message and maybe we can work something out <3
BUY THEM HERE
Analog Blog for September - November 2013
My idea behind this was to create a blog in the real world. I wanted my analog blog to be something that could be interacted with in a tactile way. The flipping up of the paper should simulate an “expand” button or action that you would see in a typical web blog and the information given is in a blog post style format with all credits and information attributed to the artist.
This was quite the process! I’m pretty happy with the results. It’s a lot of fun to play with and flip through.