Archives For Experiments
Last month, Smashing Magazine ran a post that challenged its readers to design something everyday. Today, I came across the author’s a follow-up post on Design Informer and wanted to pass on the challenge to you, dear readers.
I dare you all to create something everyday for the next year, regardless of your skill sets, day jobs or personal passions. I challenge you to take fifteen or twenty minutes everyday to make something unique and meaningful everyday for the next three hundred and sixty-five days.
The author behind the original post, Jad Limcaco, will be posting his results on a new section of his site called Daily 365. Others are joining in on the challenge and blogging about it too; here are a few of those folks:
- 365 Logo Project
- Daily Type Play
- Design it Daily
- Face Meets Wall
- Oddmotion– A daily video
- Pray or Panic
My own semi-daily portrait exercise from last year will continue throughout this year’s challenge but I hope Jad’s challenge will encourage me to do still more daily exercises. If you want to post your own challenge results online, use the #daily365 tag so other challenge takes can follow your progress and cheer you along.
(did this a while back but never felt like uploading it until now)
(all I want is a little peace and quiet!)
Still need to do a proof print and then refine the first two…
sketched this over the weekend and will carve it soon…
The beginnings of a pattern I was working on today – the rejected leftovers of an ad, really …
I’ve been feeling pretty muzzy today from the haze of a cold.. so I found myself wanting to experiment with hazy minimalism – how much is too little to communicate? How much light do I need to capture the feeling of the fleeting moment?
16×24″ finished size
Tried something different with my coffee this morning…
Just a guess, but I s’pose this is what the cat sees when I come home to pat him
Can you tell what it says?