The return of the (wannabe) graphics designer

Now that I have some horn rimmed glasses, it's time to do more graphic design stuff. I was asked to do a flyer/poster/web banner thingy by the folks of BagesLindy. So, this is the final design:

If you happen to be around Manresa at the 19th of December you might drop by for music, films and dances from the 30s and 40s. There will be food, too (yummy). Everyone is invited!

See you at the "Peixera"!


Fabric covered notebook

As a recycling project I made a notebook. The cover and back is made of cereal cardboard box covered with fabric.

The elastic band is secured by two metal grommets.

The paper in the notebook is standard 80g weight.


Watercolor Wednesday: Leaves

A new painting exercise! Here I practiced to paint a leaf. 

Disclaimer: This exercise was conducted using the tutorial "How to paint leaves".


Paper engineering: A pop-up house

Lately I got interested in paper engineering. It seems to be impossible that from a folded card a 3D object can pop out by unfolding. Just to give a short insight, here I show you a pop-up house prototype I made.

If you want to see a real professional paper engineer, see Robert Sabuda's webpage (and get some interesting tutorials).


Watercolor Wednesday: Birdhouses

Using the experience from the birch tree exercise, I added a bit of simple geometry to make some birdhouses.

Here is a close-up of one birdhouse: