I found my silver bowls too. So shiny!
So I found some of my dishware collection. Its been 4 years since I’ve seen it. I got most of it in high school. My style hasn’t changed much.
All the flowers for a wedding my mom is doing, pre-arrangement. 18 different types! Probably my favorite part of wedding planning.
Designed for a wide range of applications, Gentona was intended to support the goals of contemporary design paired with a mostly swiss oriented demand on typography – neutrality. The result is a nine-weight neo-grotesque family ranging from sharp and fine thin cuts to muscle-bound and strong heavy weights. Gentona’s confident and open shapes support legibility especially in small sizes while its alternative shapes and letterforms create flexibility. A wide range of typographic features round up the whole family.
Cómic published the last summer is the webcómic “Caniculadas”.
Special thanks to Andre for the translation!
WORD. I normally dont even do work for FRIENDS for free. Ill give large discounts, might do small stuff, and certain CLOSE friends get work for free, but other then that its “Fuck you, Pay me”.
People do not understand how much effort creative work actually takes sometimes. Doing work for free not only hurts the Artist/ Designer, but also de-values the entire field that the individual is part of. By giving free work, you set a standard for the rest of the creative world, and do just as much harm as you might be doing good.
I genuinely like sitting in my old car waiting in the rain; I find it quite poetic. However, for the past 30 minutes I’ve been waiting someone who said, “[they’d] be back in 5!” Poetry dies.
Bret Hansen | http://nowprojector.com
“I imagine what design might look like if designers were still called projectors, as they were in the eighteenth century when the term was commonly used to describe inventors, architects and city planners. Mapping concepts of projection borrowed from literature, psychology, physics and cartography onto design offers a new and intriguing way to think about the discipline.”
My name is Bret Hansen and I am Now Projector. The name encapsulates my philosophy and provides a conceptual frame for a rich creative process. The ‘now’ keeps me rooted firmly in the present moment where the action (always) is. The word projector, with its sci-fi ring is a hopeful nod to the future. It suggests an unknown trajectory (think projectile), fuels an exploratory mindset and ensures my work is hyper-contemporary. But the term is also a bridge to the past. Before there were movie projectors, there were human projectors* — entrepreneurs who planned and launched design-based projects.