Another day and another reason to not work in class. When college acts uncooperative.. I choose to ignore and do my own thing. As my so called information design class continues, I just sit and illustrate or go into a parallel universe.
I illustrated this owl yesterday using only type. It was a fun exercise.
...And once again boredom strikes in class..dull, drab and boring lecture..
So I sit in class and draw, my ears shut out the noise and I am a happy person! Some detailed illustration to block everything out is always such good therapy. I am tired of hearing about Carson and Brody (I like what they do..but really..lets move on)...tell me something new! Show me some one I haven't heard of before. How about a bit of Mike Perry or Loco Poco.. Post-modernism blah blah blah.....
Anyway, at the rate at which this class is going right now, I might just have to illustrate some more. But, what the hell.. atleast I end up doing something that I am interested in and I like.. Oh well, the class break is almost over and I must return to the world of Graphic Design History..
A poster I made for a party I was hosting after returning from Edinburgh in March, 2009
Merry Christmaaaas '08 Everybody
A wallpaper I had designed and sent out to close family and friends.
The Rip of Called Airlines
As much as I love this place, its over priced..Who charges 12rs for 1 idli and 17rs for a wada (that too in South India)? RIDICULOUS! But none the less..it's a nice place to hangout at! If u have more money and less brains..
Just a doodle on the way back to Edinburgh from London, on the train. The trees were too inspiring to be ignored.
A tribute to my fav. Yelahankan dog.. BOOTY!
Collage for a friends 21st Birthday.. Nandu, this one's for you! :)
Afghan Heroin Poster
A poster I created after watching a documentry on National Geographic
A Banner for my Website
I am terribly confused as to how I am going to create a poster. I would like to incorporate elements from the museum that set it apart from other conventional museums. The objects on display are not "dead" but when a layout is created they seem rather dull and drab. How does one get past this? I think, the poster should act as a CATALYST that will make a viewer consider vsiting the museum. I want the poster to simple but the message it carries should be brief yet strong.