An essential part of making connections is leaving those connections with something to remember you by. These can be many things: a joke, an outfit, or something they can hold, such as a card or sticker, and whatever it is, you want it to be good. Here's why I recommend MOO for business cards:
Affiliate marketing is nothing new to the world of E-Commerce, but you may be new to the world of affiliate marketing. You may be overwhelmed by the myriad of different options you have to share services that people would like, through many different platforms such as social media, blogs, and paid advertisements. But which way... Continue Reading →
If you have a blog or social media, you may have wondered how you can use it to make money. One way that many people make their living online is through affiliate referral links. Basically, you recommend products and services to your audience, and when they buy - YOU get a cut of the profits! This can be a great way to make some extra spending money, but some people have mastered the art of affiliate marketing and are able to travel the world just off the money they make from their social media accounts! Sound like a good idea? Read on!
This is one design I created specifically for tee shirts and festival gear. It's a continuation of my abstract-deconstructive text series. I developed a style that combines abstraction and neocubism, to create illusory forms within forms, which creates a fascination for the viewer.
I have never been very consistent with anything. Not with keeping schedules, not with artistic styles, and definitely not with keeping in touch with people I care about. The real hardest part of letting go is not Letting Go of Responsibility! Being a Capricorn, it's easy to mistake getting things done as something that I'm... Continue Reading →
[Wow! I'm not the only one who hates graphic design... This post is #2 on Google for "I hate graphic design". Soo I'm curious to learn more about you folks. Tell me about yourself.. are you a student or professional? What type of art or design do you do? What drew you to graphic design... Continue Reading →
This is a throwback from '09 (gosh, it seems so long ago, but only 3 1/2 years?), when I was still taking graphic design classes. I'm not sure why, because I had switched to Art a while before I graduated that spring. It's funny, because I think I did my best work in community college... Continue Reading →