A year ago this blog was launched, and honestly, I couldn’t be more proud.
I wanted to share with the world all the things that I found about design, the things that get me inspired and keep me curious.
We talked about screen printing a while ago, and the truth is, I liked that experience so much that I decided to try another manual printing technique. This time around, riso printing.
This week I decided to write about something different from usual, so you don’t get bored.
I’m using my own experience to persuade you to explore screen printing in your next project.
Pareidolia might look like the name of an exotic shampoo brand but it’s actually a brain condition or more properly, a psychological one.
Long story short, the human brain has the ability to recognize familiar patterns even when there aren’t any.
Although I see a great number of woman working in design and being very successful at it, there aren’t as many recognition and career progression for them as there is for their male colleagues. I’m not sure why this happens, but I know that we have to do something.
So this post is about one badass lady designer called Jessica Walsh and her initiative Ladies, Wine & Design.