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My Life in Infographics

On 11, Dec 2012 | No Comments | In Design, Inspiration, Thoughts | By Zoë

I’m totally feeling this visual representation of my life in info design by Vizify. THIS is why I use social meeting prolifically. I learn about myself. I share what I want to share but it’s more than telling other people when I go to the zoo, it’s my version of a journal. I pour in a little data about myself every day and end up with a comprehensive overview. Thanks, Vizify (pan to smiling face on a TV screen)!

Check it out!

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Sean Wes Hand Lettering

On 03, Dec 2012 | No Comments | In Design, How To, Inspiration, Thoughts | By Zoë

Hand-lettering is sorta my jam so I really appreciate people like Sean Wes, who makes incredibly natural, elaborate and gorgeous illustrative type. What is a shame, is that when the process is done right, a pain-stakingly intricate process comes across as a sinch, especially since people assume it’s just some sketch since it’s hand drawn. So, I really appreciate him breaking it down for us wannabes here.

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Ideas I’ll Steal

On 11, Sep 2012 | No Comments | In Design, Inspiration, Letterpress, Thoughts | By Zoë

Dear future Zoë,

Please, please, PLEASE remember these insanely cool business cards/stationary sets when creating wedding invitations one day in the extremely distant future. Flickr user Eric Kass describes his process:

[It is a] four color process offset litho of one of mary’s wonderful images with silver letterpress overprint

Gahhhh. It looks like tie dye and I love it.


On 27, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In Inspiration, Thoughts | By Zoë

Just discovered this awesome photographer, Kevin Russ.

He takes stunning pictures of nature, animals and every-day life, all in Instagram.

I love how simple he is with his site and his images. Nothing distracting, just the pictures. What a nice reminder.

The creative community has mixed views about Instagram, but the impact it has on ‘non-creatives’ (or even non-photographers by trade) becoming aware of the art and beauty in their daily lives is undeniable.

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