Month: October 2018

Day 22 / 365 Days of Design

Current theme sprint: Herstory Portraits. Today I give you Emmy Noether! Emmy Noether was a German mathematician who made important contributions to abstract algebra and theoretical physics by proving a revolutionary mathematical theorem that changed the way physicists study the universe. NBD. I just love how she came out. […]

Day 21 of 365 Days of Design

Per special request, my next theme sprint will be Herstory Portraits. I believe her words were, “I need a set of herstory portrait pillows.” A while back I was commissioned a poster of badass ladies for a nursery for a brand new little girl. I really enjoyed doing it, […]

Day 19 of 365 Days of Design

Today has been the most challenging of all. We had a system incident that started late in the afternoon and continued well into the evening. Then I finally dragged myself away at a time that I could leave it with someone else to babysit to make dinner, spend time […]

Day 17 of 365 Days of Design

Geometric design theme continues. Today I went for the classic chevron shape. I had some real difficulties getting this one into a repeat. Gorgeous overlapping shapes resulted in a woven textile feel. It actually reminds me a lot of a scarf that I knit many years ago. Other […]