An artistic journal of creativity from yours truly, KyD.
So, it looks like I didn’t win the Asian Heritage Street Celebration poster contest. Wa Waaa. ;/ Oh well. Now I can begin using these concepts for other APA Heritage posters for my job. :) Yay! These were my 4 entries. I’m majorly proud of the first one with the peacock. That peacock took me about 3 hours to create (from incubation to design)!
Check out the winning poster and the festival! If you’re in the Bay Area, it looks like fun!
I’ve been addicted to this commercial for some time now. Perhaps the thought of living out a game would be amazing!
Well… there are several games that I wouldn’t like to live through: zombies, war, all of the Grand Theft Auto games…. So almost every game out there. Quests - quests are good games. Ones with no weapons, aliens, or exotic beasts. Nope… never mind. No games.
Not long ago the world was amazed by the viewing the time lapse magic created over 36 years of photography of Four Sisters. Movie maker Anthony Cerniello was equally intrigued but he wondered if there was a better way to capture the same essence without waiting 36 years. Enlisting the help of photographer Kieth Sirchio and visual artists Nathan Meier, Edmund Earle, and George Cuddy, the set out on a mission to create a time lapse simulation that tells the future in just 4 minutes. Danielle is one of their intriguing works that we can enjoy watching as this young child transforms through decades of aging in just minutes with an uncanny feeling of reality. - See more at: http://indulgd.com/aging-timelapse-by-anthony-cerniello/#sthash.vxJEyY0D.dpuf