Nothing gets me more inspired and excited to work than seeing another creative walk through their process of executing a project. Online education site, Lynda.com, challenged creator of Field Notes, Aaron Draplin, to design a logo in 15 minutes. Not only did Aaron design a logo, but he also broke down his workflow and explained it all step-by-step.
Being 24 I’m starting to experience and embrace being an adult. It’s weird… I don’t really consider myself an adult. Yes, I have a full-time job at a marketing agency, pay my own bills, own a car that I bought and haven’t asked my mom for money since I graduated from high school. But I still eat candy until my stomach hurts, watch cartoons religiously, have crap grammar, own every gaming console and can write an essay out of emojis(wait what?) – So technically, I’m still a Toys R US kid.
Though I don’t really consider myself a grownup, a lot of my close friends are starting to jump right into adulthood. A couple weeks ago I confirmed my attendance to my friend’s, Jimmy, wedding. As the event neared, I realized that I was in no way shape or form prepared. I asked around my older friends for help on what I should wear and what I should bring as a gift. I was overwhelmed, but completely up for the challenge…
For the Halloween weekend I was hired by visual arts studio, V Squared Labs, to handle live production at HARD Day of the Dead, a 2-day music festival out here in Los Angeles. Here are some pics of the stage setup I ran that weekend.