Results for the ‘Design’ Category
This pattern was inspired by its namesake, of course! At first look it seems organic, but it’s actual very symmetrical! There is also a beautiful contrast in the actual shape of the almond – rounded and sharp on opposite ends. Here are 4 of my color picks – Pesto, Butter, Sea Salt & Raw. See a pattern? They look great in both bold & muted color contrasts. Read on for the patterns download.
The last weekend of February I participated my first hackathon – Photo Hack Day 2. About two weeks prior, some of my developer colleagues, who are all hackathon veterans, told me about the event. Still slightly confused about what a hackathon is, or what I was expected to accomplish, registration was free, so I signed up and told M, also a developer, who quickly signed up. Little did we know what we were getting ourselves into.
My road trip to Nashville, Tennessee ended with a high note – a trip to Hatch Show Print! This print shop is renowned in the print world, it is the oldest running letterpress shop in America. The front serves as a gift shop, the back as a studio and print shop. My friends and I were also very lucky to get a small private tour of the entire space by the manager, Jim Sherraden! Read on for more photos!
Currently in Florida, still on a happy high from Amanda’s & Adam’s wedding. I actually snapped this photo during the start of the reception over at the gorgeous Bella Collina in Monteverde, FL. Then inspired by Julian Bialowas, via today’s Revolution.Is, I combined the photo with one of my favorite quotes by Picasso that my friend Jerlyn shared with me earlier this month. It translates to ”Leave for the morning only what you are willing to leave undone if you died.” Hope you find it inspiring & motivating! The full 1280×960 pixel image is also available.
The Colonial Zone (Zona Colonial) of Santo Domingo is full of history and the architecture shows it. There are churches with a mix of Baroque paintings, Gothic ceilings and Romanesque sculptures. Patterns are always a characteristics I look out for; they give history, ambiance, balance and are used for more practical purposes. Here are a few of my favorite from the area.