Final graduating project.
Creep, 2014, digital prints and mixed media
Nuh no. I don’t think you understand how excited am I to receive this. LOOK AT THISSSS!!!
Every single page in this magazine is visually stunning uhmahgutd.
IdN Magazine vol.17 made an issue on minimalism and did a small exhibition feature on Maison Martin Margiela.
Got a chance to design a t-shirt for a firefighting class in Calgary.
As much as I love button ups, silks, tailored jackets etc. you can’t beat the feeling of throwing on a loose fitting tee. It’s possibly one of my favourite things to wear dispite my “fancy” wardrobe. I don’t own many though because I’m extremely specific with whats on it. If i’m going to spend my money on anything, it’s got to be worth it- meaning perfect, even if it’s just a tee. I’ve kind of developed a formula for a “worthy t-shirt” in my head but I’ll leave that for the end of this post if you care to read.
Moving on, scored this baby at value village not too long ago for $5. How amazing is it!? I dont know how anyone could give it up! Actually I can tell it’s practically never been worn because it still has that new crisp, clean texture, out-of-the-package folding creases, and no fades. It’s an XL so it’s more of a dress on me, meaning lots of material, meaning so many DIY possibilities!
But I’ll leave that for the next post, for now lets take a closer look at this. This makes me graphically pleased. I don’t know if you guys can tell but I love texts/clean fonts. I believe this is slanted helvetica? Correct me if I’m wrong.
What’s even better are the lines themselves. Super.