I was born and raised in Northern New Jersey not too far from New York City. I live in a very small suburban town, so living in Boston now as a College Student, I am still adjusting to life in the city. It's still weird hearing cars instead of crickets just before I go to sleep.
While I love Boston, there are many things that I miss about life in Jersey - particularly my family, my friends and my car (even though I am probably the worst driver ever). I am a part of a family of four with only one younger sibling, Karen.
I like learning what I can about web design and graphic design. As much as I love design, I am a Public Relations major. I am thinking about possibly minoring in Computer Science.
Music is very important to me. I like many different types of music, but my favorite are: techno/dubstep and Indie. They are both very different genres, but I'm a very unique person with a variety of random interests.
Illustrator and designer Jessica Hische, who has an array of big name clients including Barnes & Nobles, American Express, Victoria Secret, has created Veiny Type, typography that is reminiscent of a heart with its purple, blue and reds colors and, of course, its veins. It was created for her client Chatelaine and accompanied an article about women’s…Continue
Posted on January 21, 2012 at 8:49am
Bristol-based Illustrator Andy Council creates detailed urban dinosaurs that have literally become a part of our modern landscape. Consisting of buildings, highways and anything else you would find in a city, these dinosaurs are far from prehistoric. Council describes his work by saying, "I use my drawing skills and love of detail to create bizarrely intricate collections of…Continue
Posted on January 20, 2012 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment
Design firm P-06 Atelier collaborated with architect João Luís Carrilho da Graça to create a stunning surrounding space for the Pavilion of Knowledge in Lisbon. Dubbed SKIN, the moveable walls in the interactive science and economy museum have symbols, typography and patterns cut into them. The walls also contain the American Standard Code for Information…Continue
Posted on January 20, 2012 at 2:00pm
Véronique La Perriére M.'s charcoal drawings are surreal and almost a bit creepy, yet one can't help but to continue to look at them and wonder what's going on. La Perriére describes her art by saying, "My artistic practice is choreographed around questions that relate to memory, perception and identity. Through the medium of drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation and video,…
Posted on January 18, 2012 at 2:30pm — 3 Comments