I built a web site specifically to accompany my thesis project: Dirty Hippies Thesis.
Much thanks to Will Justice for helping me, adding the code I needed to get the fonts I wanted working.
But my process book is finally done!
It may get a tweak or two before I send it to print today, but you can check out the .pdf here: Process Book
So freaking tired, but I can’t sleep yet!
This is a link to my original thesis proposal powerpoint presentation, including my notes. The font used in the presentation is Raleway, so if you don’t have that installed, it may not display correctly for you.
I just noticed the updated branding for Lollapalooza’s web site. Retro 80’s music technology? Check. Illustrative style? Check. Bright bold color palette? check.
Well, at least I have a very easy defense for my branding: Lollapalooza thinks similar branding styles and imagery are appealing to their target audiences, which also happen to be mine.
Does anyone else find it as infuriating as I do that illustrator does not have separate layers for each art board? Why? Why do I not have this option?
Each time I start on a new art board, I have to create more layers and try to remember which ones are on each art board.
Maybe it’s because I was much more fluent in InDesign first and got used to thinking in terms of pages and layers there, I don’t know, but I find it annoying enough to write a bitchy post about it.
Putting this here so I can find it again later and make sure I have the correct rights to use their typefaces in my thesis project.