Work in progress. Trying out some new designs for business cards, my older ones are way too outdated. What do you think?
I decided to redesign my portfolio, however, I’ve got way too much schoolwork right now to develop it. But I got excited and made a quick one pager (completely responsive) telling that my new portfolio will be up soon. And I gave my behance a similar look. Visit it:
As I may have said in one of my previous posts, I’m quite busy with school right now. We have lots of awesome courses, already had to hand in some projects and still have a lot of other assignments to do. Besides that, I’m also working hard to find an internship. But I really wanted to do a quick update here and show you some stuff.
Did some typographic experiments and this is the result. A few (nice?) posters to decorate my room with. I will print them myself somewhere during the next couple of weeks. For those wondering: the first two are lyrics from Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit. The last ones are a tribute to the best artist ever: David Bowie.
All three of them are available in my S6 shop (Candle Mass, Bewitched, Goat) and I think of printing a few of them myself. Oh and sorry for the bad quality, I’m almost running out of free space on my blog so I uploaded them as small as possible. You can view them in a better resolution on my flickr.
Hi there! This is going to be a very short and quick post, as I am short on time. However, I really wanted to make a post about this because it’s all so exciting. I am on the road since early saturday morning, and I will be until sunday night. The next day I will be making pictures (and having fun) at a local cycling race and the next weekend I’ll leave to Oslo for a private course Norwegian!
Back to the roadtrip. I’ve already visited Germany and a part of Poland. The upcoming days I’ll be seeing much more Poland, Czech Republic and Germany. My first stay overnight was in the Radisson Blu hotel in Merseburg, a small town somewhere in Germany. And although it looked pretty dead it had a few nice surprises for me. One of them being a beautiful church (I love churches!).
Another thing I like: lomography. It’s fun to carefully select what you want to photograph – cause you can only take 36 pictures max. with one film. And afterwards you have to wait until they are developed to see how they turned out. And with these toy cameras you can’t focus properly, adjust shutterspeed or anything. It’s just shooting and hoping everything will turn out just fine.
Well, I just came home with my most recent films developed and all 108 photos turned out fine! I’m a happy person now. I’m not going to post them all, only my favourites. And sorry in advance for the bad quality! I don’t have a negative scanner and the shop couldn’t scan them for me, so I photographed them one by one with my phone!