Finished at 6:23AM. Class in 1.5 Hours. Go me.
“Theme is WHO YOU ARE WHEN YOU GROW UP.”
crashing parties like designers should.
What happens when you’re sleep deprived and you’re being productive/procrastinating at the same time.
View full project here.
Result of 3 long weeks of designing and coding from scratch.
Project for our Principles of Web class. We each had to create a “magzine” website showcasing the articles that our class wrote on SLO.
Spent the better part of this week learning how to make a fully functioning website. Should be done by next Wed.
Hopefully these long nights at the lab will pay off.
+obligatory artsy angled post
Cal Poly Website Redesign
For a Design Principles in Web course.
Our website desperately needs a redesign. Seriously.
View full project here.
sorta-kinda-temporary website up!
A series of 6 CD Albums + Booklets.
This series serves to comment on the commodification of artists in the music industry, as well as our fascination in the famous. We desperately want to become a part of their glamour— even if it means becoming a commodity.
See full project here.
Latest Art Theory Project. Probably the most fun I’ve had (worth the multiple all-nighters). Plus you can see some of my super cool friends at Cal Poly!
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