I love the fluid, folksy feel of Mexican Otomi fabric. Often depicting nature or animals, this fabric speaks to the organic trend. Take a look at some Otomi patterns that I found online: Read Full Article →
Way back in 2004, I went to Japan to learn more about my heritage and see the poetics sights. Images of striking landscapes, harmonious cities, balanced architecture, quirky people and exotic food charm my memories.
I captured some of my trip digitally and I’d like to share a few photos in part 1 of a 2 part series. Read Full Article →
As Nikola Tesla once said,
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
Katie Gutierrez’s painting Frequencies tunes me into the collective consciousness and thought waves of fellow designers. Read Full Article →
The dynamic font duo, Dyno and Dense, signify a change in the air as the fall season arrives. Once again, the air becomes crisp, the sun sits lower in the sky, and leaves begin to change. Take note of these, and other transformative powers that fall brings to inspire a new look to your blog or website.
In the distant past, my mind and heart got jolted with web design love as I created projects for the Saddleback College web design certificate program. For my first homepage, I used a full screen image (not the best solution). Following are some more screenshots of my schoolwork: Read Full Article →
I tried a really fun Photoshop sand writing tutorial. The sand in my photo did not have much grainy texture, so the results do not look authentic – like that of the tutorial. If you would like to try your hand at it, here some excerpts from the tutorial: Read Full Article →
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