Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Finn and Oona; Telling the Story

I worked on a fold out to represent my brand Finn and Oona, and to start telling the story. (The parallel lines aren't part of the design they mark where the folds would be.) I chose to do a fold out because on one side I wanted to represent the brand, as shown here. Then, on the other side I wanted to provide factual infographics of how unnatural dyes effect our skin and our environment. On the front page I would like to do an embossing of the logo instead of the logo being in black. Folded together the booklet is 6x6. 

Sunday, December 11, 2016


Here's a fun thing I made when I took out the pins. There are 62 frames total.

experimental broadsides

    bigger paper, bigger type


Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Using the paper that John gave me

This is my most recent typewriter work. I used paper that John gave me from an old book from his family hardware store. The book dates back to about 1917 which I found really interesting because I like old stuff like that.

tea package

Adela's work, at review on November 30, 2016

Monday, December 5, 2016

Lauren's work, at review on November 30, 2016


Readings on Augmented Reality


Here are a few links to articles about AR, not very long articles, but they give a rough summary of what AR is and the timeline of AR.

5 Misconceptions of AR:

AR Milestones in 2016:

Infographic Timeline of AR:

Mainly I suppose to get everyone thinking about how this stuff is all around us. I don't think I realized that it's been around as long as it has been. So I think it could be an interesting read!

readings (update)

Wednesday 7 December
Li Yun

Monday 12 December

Wednesday 14 December

Will add links to readings when available.

Sunday, December 4, 2016


Our show was a success! I had the pleasure of talking to many people about my work, and everyone who stopped by had nothing but great things to say about our show.

It was a unique learning experience to put together this show for a gallery, and I'm glad I had this opportunity. There are some things I will keep in mind for next time, and I've learned some tips on what works and other factors to consider when putting together an exhibition.

Moving on, I'm organizing my thoughts and gathering what I've done in seminar so I can create my process book.

(Charlie Morse, Ryan Kumicz, Tori Cossette, Devon Unwin, LiAnn Natter, Ricky Molander)

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Adding color

I've started to add color to these overlapped patterns. I really like the outcome. I might try other colors eventually. So far I only have red, blue, and green typewriter ribbons to work with.


Thumbnail Index

 Here are the first 160 images from Album 1, in a numbered grid that could relate to an index. The numbering is weird and goes vertically, I'm still trying to figure that out.

A Few AR Tests

Currently this is just a text post letting you know that I have been testing with AR. I can show the work in class, and will take a video of it later and upload it on here to look back at.

So far just little tests, I had a bit of difficulty on one of them and that isn't working currently. Waiting to hear back from tech support on one of them (since it's in an online class on Coursera)

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Taming Senteces

( a short exercise of diagramming which I started on x-mas and continue to painstakingly push forward)