Inspired by Vasjen Katro and his Baugasm™ project and skillshare class. I learned how to create and play with 3d shapes in illustrator. This is something I have not tried before and things are popping in my head of what I should be doing next with this tool. I don’t know you but I feel like wanting to grab one out of it and squeeze it.
Let’s imagine it is already summer in Canada and we are all complaining about how hot the weather is. At that moment is when I need to come back to this image and remember how cold and miserable actually Toronto was at this right moment and how much I was dreaming of going away to a warm sandy beach instead of being here googling what the symptoms are for S.A.D. ( Seasonal affective disorder) and Google giving me the results for a song named sad! by a singer (xxxtentacion) who’s passing was violent and sad.
woot woot! I’m already halfway of my 20 posters goal. I knew it was going to be challenging and I’m loving it. I’m already contemplating the idea of inviting people to join me for more posters. I’m glad I signed for the assignment, making something everyday keeps me busy, wondering about what to do next and my mood is totally lifted.
This postcard gave me a full year of Adobe creative suite when I submitted it for the Adobe Live Design Challenge during Behance live. This prize came at a perfect time for a struggling creative. Thank you Behance team! [add happy tears here] The image of Toronto’s Harbourfront was sourced at unsplash.com and taken by Sidra Saeed @sidrahmd
Day three got me thinking about mental health and the days when feeling ready to shine but as soon the idea starts materializing your brain betrays your self-confidence and makes the day feel like a long dreary fantasy, trying to hide you in the thickest fabric of your closet to stop the anxiety from eating you all up.