Monday, June 06, 2011

New Design Blogs Added to My Google Reader

I've just posted this on my tumblr visual diary page I've been posting crazy here, unlike my other blogs. “image bookmarking” “inspiration” “daily dose of inspiration” “the world’s largest independent design consultancy” “fresh works from leading creative professionals” “online digital resource” “curating the very best stationary design” “the very best packaging design”

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Falling Leaves

Falling leaves along St Kilda Road Melbourne, the change in Season, it's starting to get cold. Taken on 25th of May 2011.

The pictures were taken with an iphone 4 and put together with the iphone app diptic.

You can buy a print of this picture here at Redbubble.


Image appropriated and lyrics taken from the Vitabeats ‘Boom Box’ Boom box music video from 1985, Boom Box, on my shoulder, funk atomic bombs swoops down from America

You can buy a this T-Shirt at Redbubble or even a sticker

The original image


Saturday, April 09, 2011

Images of my everyday life # 1

I've been posting 2x2 images on facebook of my daily life. Link here This image comprises of 6 images. All images were taken and edited on my iphone using the diptic app and camera+, then put together in photoshop.

You can purchase a copy of this as a print here at Redbubble.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

YT Page C TS #1

Some Idea's of colour and font style for a Youtube background that I will start working on. The First pic are from ration vouchers which has some great off white with black and red text which stands out quite a bit. On that same picture some other images, black and white, off white with a splash of orange works quite well. Also the second image with is some intro images from the TV series Chuck, which work on a similar basis.

Friday, March 11, 2011

this is collate

Was trying to find, but looks like there website is down or something wrong with the domain. A quick google came up with this site, which stream of graphic art. A good source of ideas and inspiration. Artists submit there designs which then get streamed, although it's not clear who the artist is, or maybe that info is hidden somewhere I haven't clicked on yet.

I like this above image because of the colours and simple artwork/photo's.
I even found a t-shirt on this site. This one is simple and have some great line work.

Tangrams Excercise

Currently I'm studying Graphic Design, and recently we were given the Tangram excercise. I'm shore I've done something like this back in School many years ago. Basically all you have to do is rearrange the shapes and make shore they don't overlap. There are stacks of combination's to be made. I came up with two, something that looked like a Computer character, with ear's and a tie, and below, which is more of an abstract form. When the other one comes back I'm shore to post it up.

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Work to Melbourne CBD

Photo’s from walking from Work to Melbourne CBD. Taken with my iphone 4 and edited on my iphone with the camera+ app. Images were then put together in photoshop.

You can get a print of this image here at redbubble.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

T Shirt Hunting

You can find a couple of Mossimo T-Shirts here and one by Syke Illustrated Melbourne (Bottom Left on the bottom Pic). All images shot with my iphone 4 and put together with the Diptic app. My iphone is proving a great way to document things I come across.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Using a Mic With The Iphone 4

After reading this article How To Turn Your iPod Touch Into a Mobile Interview Kit [Macworld 2011] on Cult of Mac looks like you can easily hook up a mic that's not designed to use with the iphone or ipod touch.

I'm really enjoying my iphone 4 as a way to create on a portable basis. The camera is a fairly good quality and it has numerous apps to adjust and change images and video.

The only problem with the article and the original post is that a couple of links are not directing me to the  product and also you could also use a different type of Mic.

My setup would contain
1. iPhone 1/8 inch microphone and headphone adapter - 3.5mm 4 conductor TRRS Male to 3.5mm TRS Jacks
I would use this to connect my 3.5mm male to 3-pin XLR Microphone cable, which from there I would connect my Rode M3. I've got a couple of other mic's that have a 3.5mm male jac so this would be more suitable to myself.

2. NAJA King Form
This Naja King Form is a great suggestion as it can move into plenty of positions and the form would allow me to fit it with a case on my iphone (like a case that has a battery for extra power).