Finding Unity in Disunity

Finding Unity in Disunity

For this reverse engineer post, I chose to do this set by Anna Paschenko that I found on Dribbble.com I like this set for three main reasons. The choice of what to show, the colors used, and the balance between using and not using strokes. I also felt that it was a...
Killing Knowledge with Tender Hooligans

Killing Knowledge with Tender Hooligans

I designed this Gig Poster for the fictitious band Tender Hooligan. Their music is similar to that of The Smiths/Morrissey. They have an alternative rock sound and focus on dark undertones to their music. They, like Morrissey, write music decrying “The Big...
Seeing the Forest for the Depth of its Trees.

Seeing the Forest for the Depth of its Trees.

In my post today, I’m going over depth cues that are included in this image. I feel that this image by Jesh Barlow has several good cues that indicate the depth of the levels.  First, the levels of the detail imply distance. On the yellow level in the picture...
Making Time for Watches

Making Time for Watches

This project of creating a photorealistic watch has been an interesting one for me. While designing it, I have learned many new tools and techniques to improve my skills in Adobe Illustrator. The most prominent of which was determining the proper use of gradients. I...
Pigeons on the Run

Pigeons on the Run

I am going to analyze this graphic that I found on Dribbble.com which was created by Aslan A. This graphic caught my eye because I’ve been working with light and shadows a lot recently, and I felt that this graphic showed good use of both. First, regarding...