Spent Saturday in downtown LA hanging out with llamas at Olvera, ogling the Million Dollar Theater’s facade, and munching on fries at the Pantry Cafe.
You took your sweet time arriving, didn’t you?
I’m heading off to the delightful San Francisco tomorrow, so stay tuned for about a thousand posts per day, because I plan on photographing and sketching like a crazy person. Or just like a person who is ignoring most of their responsibilities for a week.
Drawn in Adobe Ideas for iPad & assembled in Illustrator.
For the current issue of the Port Side (you can read it below!) I worked with the extremely industrious and talented Jeremy B. Merrill to create an infographic about where money goes at the Claremont Colleges. You can see where he got the numbers and take at look at the online interactive version of this information here.
I also created the cover for this issue, which features CMC’s brand new Kravis Center. With its dramatic glass walls and see through living room the Kravis Center was the perfect pick… besides being the most architecturally distinct building on CMC’s campus, it is also the physical embodiment of the transparency CMC’s administration lacks.
(You have to click on it to make the magic happen)
If gifs don’t normally make you sea sick, I’m guessing this one will… in a good way?
Regardless, I made this (probably sea sickness inducing for the general population) gif for the Claremont Port Side. We are a progressive newsmagazine out of the Claremont Colleges and if you don’t read us/follow us/like us you should.
Really what I’m getting at here is that gifs are fun and easy and great!
In celebration of my return to the lovely Claremont with its palm trees and 7.25% sales tax I whipped up a new desktop wallpaper. Basically what I’m trying to say… is that I’ve missed you Scripps. Here’s to a semester of procrastination, adventures, and tea drinking. Pinkies up!
If you love this cross-stitch inspired font as much as I do, you can download it fo’free here!