My good friend, Jen, came to me to create her logo and business cards for her private acupuncture practice. With a little bartering and a lot of work, this is what resulted…
Julian Wolkenstein’s series of photographic portraits begs the question. These beautiful portraits were split down the middle, combining a reflection of the left face against itself as well as a reflection of the right. It’s incredibly interesting to see how different each side can be.
This study is part of a larger piece revolving around facial features, facial proportions and facial symmetry. Take a look at more work, including the infamous Horses (w/hair extensions).
So, this week I began working at Studiomates, quite possibly the most inspiring place in Brooklyn. I currently work for Doejo, a print and web design firm out of Chicago and when I came to New York to help expand the New York branch there was no other co-op space that could compare…
Studiomates is run by the one-and-only Tina Roth Eisenberg (aka Swiss-Miss) and is filled with designers, illustrators, bloggers, writers, developers and everyone else in between! There are nothing but inspiring and INCREDIBLY talented people here and I am honored to be amongst some of the best!