From High School Musical China ads to Wreck-It Ralph. It keeps me on my toes.
Boole + Cloner
Extruded type that has a box subtracted from it with the Boole function. Then another Boole function subtracts some planes that have been cloned from the type.
Does this mean I get to work on Star Wars?
“OK, quick backstory. I graduated from University in 2009 with a Masters in Graphic Design and Visual Communication, having studied graphic design since I was 16 at college.
Since graduating I have applied for around 500 design-related positions within the UK (where I reside) and abroad. These include internships, full-time, part-time, freelance and agency-based work. I have had no luck at all in terms of finding employment in the industry I love, with rarely as much as an reply acknowledging my application or interest.
The replies that I have had include gems such as being told I can work for them full-time without pay for 2 years then they would consider giving me a wage and an email telling me that I was talentless since I failed to get a 1st in my degree. I am not joking.
My question is am I alone in this or is the industry now so enclosed and full of already established designers that new graduates are unable to become a part of it? Also how long did it take for any employed designers on the Reddit to find their starting jobs?”
Sorry, but if you’re like this dude and have applied to 500 design positions and have barely received a reply… you need to seriously reevaluate your choice in career or become more aware of your actual skill and improve from there.
Cuddle Café in Japan -
#273 A rose is a rose – A new minimal geometric composition each day
The all nighters never end. If I weren’t still young, I feel like I would be dead by now. Have not had a day of rest in weeks. Burnout imminent.
I’m hoping to look back on these days in five years as an authoritative art director, handing out all-nighters to the youngins.