Angie did the research, I did the pimpin’, and we ended up with a schweet project for our Physical Science class! My marks for this subject aren’t very high, so when I found out we’d be designing a brochure as an assignment, I jumped at it - hopefully I did a good enough job of making the words Butylated Hydroxytoluene less exhausting to look at.
Pre-made-clip-art free and type-heavy: those little doodle squares were drawn by me and all the fonts I used came from extended periods of bombarding Lost Type Co-op. Click the second one for hi-res and enjoy!
I helped shoot and edit this trailer** for High on Lows, a short stage production my section is presenting this Monday! In front of tons of people! Can you say exciting!? It’s only a term project for English class but each section’s going head to head in the hopes of winning Best Story/Trailer/Poster/Theme Song (give ours a listen!)/what-have-you and the competition’s been pretty intense. Needless to say, I can’t give the entire story away so I’ll leave it to you to try to figure out what happens.
I made our poster too!
* That is an unfortunate thumbnail (dang it, Youtube) * Song: Intro by Alt-J (∆)
Yet another Girl Scout poster for next Friday’s gig! This is the product of at least an hour-and-a-half’s worth of hardcore tinkering with Curves and Contrast after I decided that the original color scheme I came up with wasn’t punchy enough. If you like the color green, though, I think the first version is worth a look:
It’s free, it’s fun, and it’s next Friday so by all means FREAKING GO!
So excited to finally announce that I got my first real job last month as the official Graphic Artist for GIRL SCOUT, the new production tag team of two of the raddest girls alive: actress/writer Saab Magalona and Mei Bastes, event organizer/mastermind behind Meiday and Dope MNL! I’ve been a follower of Saab’s blog for a long time and I heard a lot about Mei’s legendary gig series, so obviously I was more than eager to meet up with them and start designing their visuals!
Girl Scout is an event and concert series aimed at showcasing the diversity and wealth of talent within the OPM (Original Pilipino Music) scene by staging gigs that mix and match combinations of established, popular bands, personal favorites, and new discoveries. I’m a bit ashamed to admit that I haven’t really gotten around to delving into all the great music local bands come up with, but that being said, I’ve got all the more reason to go to these gigs and see what the local music scene is all about, starting with gig number one, BOOT CAMP!