Saturday, January 31, 2009

Art School Sketchbook: The Pressure

Seriously.

*Ed Note: the roses were a find that was left behind in the media workshop garbage. I should explain that back then, we horded things like xeroxes of fonts, architecture mags, letraset, color swatches, paper samples, and SO much more. In later posts, I will delve more into how we presented our design projects without the use of computers.

12 comments:

svelteSTUFF said...

hmmmm... where are my old sketchbooks? I think that I must go 'In Search Of...'

Pickle Horwitz said...

You drew those roses!?!?!?!?

I hope seeing your past work inspires you as much as it does all of us.

Debra said...

How far we have come. So much better, for the most part.
So sweet that you are sharing this bit of your past.
Thank you for your recent comment.
Happy weekend!

Bonbon Oiseau said...

hahahhahhahh. did you? (get your shit together?)

Pickle said...

Still love it. It would be a perfect tatoo!

A Day That Is Dessert said...

So great that you've saved so much!

Giuseppe said...

As an architecture student, I have to say that I often wonder wether computres represent progress, or have allowed more hacks access to the design field. In my opinion, there's nothing like a sreally sharp project produced by hand.

I'm going digging for my old sketchbooks too.

Elena said...

Heid, amidst all the angst you worked so hard, and now you can enjoy the fruits of your labor. Your work always was, and is still, beautiful.

Megan Coyle said...

It's crazy how quickly technology can change :)

Joyce said...

I love your font (handwriting) and roses!

After all of these years I still can't draw a stinky rose. I have tried pencile, watercolor and porcelain painting. LOL...

xoxo

pve design said...

reality TV. this would be a show I might watch.
I can only imagine the people that would be on line to be cast.

Bradford said...

ahh..the good ol' days. how things were done "back then"...i was born too late.

no noodles for me i'm afraid. after being pushed, stepped on and elbowed in the back for two hours straight, i bolted right after to the safety of my plush sofa...