25 October 2007

Shading Techniques

I really like both of these. Even though we were thrown in the water to drown on this one, I think I managed to stay afloat! I really enjoy shading and I think these are both successful. I especially like the top one of the cases.

22 October 2007


This is my zine. I actually really like it. I chose to use bathtubs as my product. The title is German for "sitting bath".

11 October 2007


In this project the objective was to create 3 intermediates between 2 projects other classmates had designed. I was to chose from Missy Wicker and Megan Schwartz's projects. The image on the bottom has thumbnails of several ideas for the middle model. The first image is of Missy's project. The second one is the mis between that project and the intermediate of the two original projects. The third image is the intermediate, incorporates characteristics of both of the projects, and is pretty equally weighted between the two. The next image has a mix of Megan's project and the middle model. The final model is of course Megan's model.

I really enjoyed this project. I like how we had to build off other ideas, but still come up with our own idea. I think it was my favorite so far!

Elephant Memory

This project was about creating a place to house a memory. My memory was of seeing a very interesting building in Bangkok, Thailand. I was driving by it, so i was very hard to see, and it was irritating. The building itself was very interesting. It was shaped like an elephant with trunk and ears included. I feel like my final product was successful, considering my thoughts of it before I completed the final product. I improved it a lot and now i really like it!

The purple images are f my iteration. I did not like my project at all at this point in my process. I thought it was stupid and that I would never be able to get my point across.

10 October 2007

all i ever knew about compostion

This is a 2 page spread I chose from the September 2006 issue of K+BB. I Liked the layout because I thought it was simple yet interesting.

Below is my interpretation of Studio laid out in the same format as above.