I read. I write. I spend all together too much time on the internet.
I talk incessantly about books, TV and movies.
I write for Hello Giggles and Huffington Post Books regularly, and tweet frequently as Bookoisseur.
By day, a mild-mannered assistant at My Damn Channel. By night, whatever I can think up.
Introducing The Reconstructionists – a yearlong illustrated celebration of trailblazing women across art, science and literature, who have changed the way we define ourselves as a culture and live our lives as individuals of any gender.
She said it with a cat on her head. Seo Kim had realized that posting a daily comic was becoming difficult. “I’m traditionally not super prolific, and I’m not super good at time management. If you’d asked me before I started posting comics every day, I’d have said it’s really unlikely that I’d be able to keep it up,” she admits. But people began following her, and liking her drawings, so she continued. “It became easier to keep doing it because someone was expecting a new comic each day.”
Visual Identity: to give a Norwich University College of the Arts student society a visual identity.
Here I chose to re-brand the Creative Writing society. I put my design into context by creating a starter pack for the members- with the inserts including an introduction to the group, a bookmark, two postcards displaying the logo (one with typography and one without), flyers and a poster.
I wanted to mirror a raw and personal touch through my starter pack, so I used handwritten fonts printed on textured paper and pages from books to convey an honest representation of the valuabilty of creative writing itself.
I used blue ink for an artistic theme that ties all the inserts together. The coffee cup ink ring adds an honest expression of a creative writer’s thought pattern. The intensity of the blue ink contrasts well with the fragile material of the paper- balancing the design out.