Collage book about my life. Cover- Ellen and our inside jokes (which occur throughout the book) 1- Introduction, 2-Me, aspects of who I am, 3- My Diabetes 4- My Work life, 5- My Safety, 6- My Travels 7- My Perspective of Fun, 8- My Past, 9-My Present 10-My Future, 11- And my Frame of mind, 12- Conclusion.
Collaging is amazing. To take pieces of preexisting things and manipulate them in a way so you create something new, something that says what you want to say. There's a problem-solving aspect of it that makes a finished piece really satisfying.
"Little Girl Lost"
A Sewing themed piece. The pig is hand sewn by me. The background consists of my mother's old sewing patterns, which I loved using.
My commentary on a social issue- the promotion of abstinence in this day and age. Old fashioned imagery complete with a wall of rings, placed in a box of Godiva chocolate.
"Wisdom". My old typography 1 assignments came in handy, and I love playing with ink.
Keep it together, even when it gets weird.
"Birds of a feather". Digital interpretation of Joesph Cornell's work.
It's always an awesome experience to be able to take a design and transform it into something tactile.
Tree design done as a commission for a friend. It was then brought by him to a shop that did the engraving.
Simple skull design = awesome foot tattoo. (it's my foot.)
Packaging design for a fictional brand of seeds.
Hand-sewen plush dolls.
Laundry room mural- a throwback to Andy Warhol's 'Brillo Soap Pad Box'. This is basically what I spent my freshman year spring break doing. It my reward for helping my mom strip all the wallpaper in this room.
Welcome to the design blog of a graphic designer trying to make her way through the world. What you see are the results thus far. No color wheels were harmed in the making of these pieces.
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(All work copyright Megan Clegg 2009. Do not use without permission.)