I forgot to mention that Rigoletto at the Royal Opera House was really really good!
Oh, I forgot to mention that I went to the Saatchi Gallery on Wednesday. It was my first time there, and I enjoyed it a lot! I really like abstract art.
Okay, okay, there were a few things that were outrageous (someone on an art foundation could do better), but overall it was good, and thought provoking.
Also there was the 50 years of years of Sunday Times Magazine exhibitn. 50 breathtaking, jaw dropping photographs! You should all check it out, it’s only on display till the 19th so hurry up!
So I’m working on a little a side project for Awake!
My idea is to do some one-day projects from coming up with a problem to an actual finished design, but in a collaborative way with students from different courses and levels.
The reason is that I’m bored of some projects that drag on for so long, I need something to revitalise my creativity.
But there’s something else. I want to find the most proactive and fast-working people who I could work with on live projects for Awake! after I graduate.
If you’re interested, drop me a line at email@example.com
Obviously I’ll try and promote it through the usual channels next week, but I literally came up with this yesterday. :)
As one of my projects at uni, I’ve decided to tackle the D&AD White Pencil open brief. It is an awareness campaign and call to action for the global peace day (21 September).
Very exciting and inspiring. Check out the links below:
And I ordered a new one, right away!
I can’t live without a Rotring Art Pen. The equipment I’ve been using in the past 5 years to transfer my ideas onto paper.
I even made a poster about it 2.5 years ago.
This is my happy face.
Oh dear god.
And they showed this on the big screen at the Awards ceremony!
The reason for my goldposts was that I’m getting one these. For some reason I haven’t shared this news on here yet… Gold gold gold.
Yesterday I was high. 1380 meters high to be exact. Climbed up through the valley called Weichtal, that is a part of the Schneeberg mountain in Austria.
Obviously the images are far cries of the actual thing which was breathtaking. Tiring but relaxing at the same time.