Author: Russell Mary
What could be more exciting than digging through old-school comic art and re-hashing to make a buck with off-roading relatable content?!
Trying some new programs and different attributes within graphic design, I began to play around with Adobe’s AfterEffects.
Progression through regression–how can one refine properly without simply walking backwards into other movements to see how the message can be revamped?
Nothing promotes the idea of functional design better than having to go back to the proverbial drawing board for more insight into creating that “wow” visual.
Ever since I first started shooting, I was always drawn to Karl Blossfeldt’s macro photography of nature from the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Being one who remembers the glory days of glitch VHS presentations, I wanted to experiment with different styles of music represented as screwed up screenshots from worn VHS…
Defunct brands always serve a greater good than their general intended purpose.
When do people cut away from the norms of everyday society, and take on new mores and folkways within a new media?
The ability to hone in on the message of the director over a wide variety of media pushed the visuals beyond the screen.
The company has a storied history, creating some of the most memorable and impactful creations in automotive history.
An expose on the biased way the City of Pittsburgh went about the annual pothole Blitz.
An idiom is a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning.
In this exploration, the pursuit was for the discovery on how white could be perceived in context of a color alone and when paired with visual hints.
Working in the trades, one defining feature of a specific skill is the toolbelt that workers wear.
An exploration of taking the stereotypical approach of healthcare and expanding the concept to a new mode of modern medical health.