Inspirational Design Talk: Jessie Kawata

This October I was lucky enough to attend the fantastic 2017 AIGA conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was a very inspirational conference. Sadly, I didn't have a chance to attend the Eye on Design conference, held the day before...

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Some fun wine labels and a turkey

Last no my wife and I were picking up a turkey from the grocery store. The day after Thanksgiving is the perfect time to pickup a cheap bird. While she decided which one would soon be joining our family,...

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The force is strong with airline graphics

I work at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport quite often, which for a designer is great because I am lucky to get to see some of the cool artwork that the different airlines put on their aircraft. My favorite by far...

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Holiday Sweater Video

As we get a little closer to the holiday season, thought I'd share this video that I put together for the Port of Seattle for the holidays. By taking Jake Bartlett's amazing skill share class I learned the technique...

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Enjoy the present video experiment

Here is a short video I made today playing around on a blustery day on Seattle’s waterfront. Enjoy the present. I was taking video on my iPhone of Elliott Bay being whipped by the wind and I was enjoying this simple...

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Infinite Now: Hypnotic Cinemagraphs

Check out the pretty Amazing work from Armand Dijcks and photographer Ray Collins. They have created cinemagraphs, a blend of   photography and video. These cinemagraph are made from Collin's brillant photograph of the ocean and is brought to life...

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Pretty cool visualization of every day actions

I saw this on the great site Flowing Data, and it's too good not to share.  The physics of everyday actions are beautifully and humorously visualized by Daihei Shibata in the short film Unendurable Line. The graphs and music...

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Vernacular Typography on 35th Avenue

I went on an night stroll through my neighborhood recently, in addition to the exercise and fresh air, I find it to be a great time to be alone and think. On this stroll I paid particular attention to...

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The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge

During a bout of unproductive, yet informative and fun web surfing today, I learned more about the Brooklyn Bridge. Thought I'd share this great site and video from the History Channel. It's a good warm up to the much...

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The Path of Totality

I spent August 21, 2017 experiencing a total eclipse of the sun with 70,000 of my closest friends in Madras, Oregon. It was truly an otherworldly experience. I highly recommend seeing the totality if you can. Traffic might have...

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