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Things I’m Thankful For This 2011

The year is almost over. And as we aim for new hopes and dreams in the incoming year, I look back and list down what made 2011 a year to be thankful for.

1) Gadgets : Who wouldn’t want new “toys”? As the mid-year approaches, I got my dream new Macbook Pro through accumulated royalties from my book illustrations. I also got a new mobile phone. It’s not the iPhone that I wanted but a family friend gave my an old model though secondhand Blackberry for FREE.

2) For my parents: Despite the non-talking relationship, individually they were able to survive and surpass health challenges.

3) Financial ups and downs: Still having problems in budgeting and saving up. I still have debts but here I am surviving, and striving ;)

4) Free out of town trips: Unlike the previous years, I usually travel out of the country at least once a year. But due to monetary constraint, no travels for me this year. But I am thankful for out of town trips invitation by close family friends Ü

5) Tita Julie and Tito Johnny: They are the close family friends we have. I’m thankful that their humility and kindness are shared to me, Nanay and the rest of my family.

6) My work, colleagues and friends from old work, old clients and old school: Who are still there despite my breakdowns and sudden burst of singing (with actions) when being carried away from the songs I’m listening to. Meeting up some once at least a year. Texts or BBM exchanges once in a while. Sorry for my sudden appearances and disappearances. Sorry I can’t always be there for all of you. Forgive my shortcomings, like not replying immediately or not meeting you guys. There are reasons why I couldn’t. But rest assured, I may not be there always but you all guys are in my thoughts, heart and prayers.

7) My virtual boyfriend and best friend, Jose: For still being there and not getting mad at me on my stupidest decisions and actions. We both have dramas and moments in life but it’s been tried and tested… beautiful people attract and stick to each other no matter what.  (Love you, Chong! *hugs*)

8) My best friend from far and away, Annie: We seldom talk, chat and email but when we do it’s just like gold old college times. Distance and time don’t matter. It didn’t hinder friendship, that’s for sure. (Miss you, Annie Banani! Love you!)

9) Chico and Delamar’s (and now with Gino!) The Morning Rush, Glee, The Big Bang Theory,  Happy Endings and Adele: The TV series helped me survive my everyday life and get lost from it once and awhile. The Kikay Barkada: Chico, Del and Gino morning antics are my weekday alarm clocks and boosters for sudden laughs and life’s scenarios to think about. And Adele, oh Adele! Your songs spoke of my “moments” specially this last quarter.

10) That guy, who is well, quite special (and he knows it): Who came, then disappeared, then came back once more. A simple text message, a phone call, and a simple meet up in our old university will overpower all the tears and heartaches I’ve gone through. Stupid, crazy love I guess. We’re not together, we can’t. But we know that we’re there for each other as friends, best friends hopefully.

2011 is not my best year, but it wasn’t bad. I’m hoping that 2012 will be better and brighter. Hopefully I’ll be sharing more stories, ideas and experience more frequently in the coming year.

Wishing everyone, a blessed, peaceful and prosperous new year!

Cheers!

 

Ending, Leaving and (Hopefully) Starting Anew

I can finally say that November 2011 was a crazy month for me. Last year’s was recalling my birthday celebration in Bangkok, birthday greets to my friend Gian and Audrey and a few posts of Peanuts comic strips. I guess the similarities of last year’s November with this years aside from the birthday was being busy with work.

 

But this month of this year is really the craziest I can remember.

  • deadlines
  • weekend out of town
  • get togethers
  • meet ups
  • going home in the province
  • going out of town commuting (for the first time)
  • arguments and debates (and giving in despite arguing)
  • emotional roller coaster in a matter of 24 hours

I’m glad in an hour it’s over.

Perfection won’t be as it is without flaws and deficiencies. I was at my happiest at one point this month and also on my lowest and unimaginable state perhaps. I’ve realized something and chose a path beyond expectations of anyone who knows me and still holding to it despite being attacked and judge.

I thank November for making me realize that I’ve never prayed hard enough. It made me figure out that I’ve neglected God that’s why He gave me a nudge or two. November made me talk to God like He’s just across me. I’ve never prayed and talked to Him that way without realizing I was crying already.

I leave it be. I leave those that happened as November ends in a few minutes. I bring with me realizations November brought me. Big, BIG realization… and action that should go with it.

 

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Full 360 Degrees And Back

Ang tagal kong di nagsulat. Tapos ngayon Taglish (Tagalog-English combined) naman. There’s no best way na makwento ko ‘yung nasa isip ko ngayon but in that way.

Na-realize ko lang kanina habang pinipilit kong kumain ng almusal na napapa-English na pala ako kagabi. Oo, lumabas din ang siguro coño side or pagka-kolehiyala ko kagabi habang humahagulgol sa sakit at confusion na nangyari kagabi lang.

Sa title ko, ‘yan ‘yung naramdaman ko in less than 24 hours. Full swing or full round from being happy to sudden pain and sadness. Well, lamang naman nung saya or happy moments kasi nung Linggo pa ‘yun. Pero kahapon, Monday, from high to bottom ako. Never in my life would have I imagined na ganu’n pala kasakit na natakot ako na baka atakihin ako ng hika or biglang magsugod sa ospital ang 2 sobrang lalapit kong mga kaibigan na halos kapatid ko na. Pero may point na wala na akong pakialam habang nanghihina ka na sa kakapigil umiyak pero sumabog ka na. Pinipigilan ko pa dahil ayaw kong ma-witness ng mga bata at their young age na ang Ninang ‘Ba nila, sa tandang ito e humahagulgol sa garden nila.

Ganu’n pala ‘yung sinasabing “breakdown”. Akala ko OA lang ‘yung sa movies. Para ka pala talagang nauubos na kandila. Mangangatog ang tuhod at sobrang kinokontrol mo na ‘wag mag-pass out. Sobrang gulo na nang isip mo kasi wala ka nang magawa sa mga panahon na ‘yun.

Ok, magulo ba? Sorry. Ganito na lang: siguro naman may pagkakataon na sa buhay n’yo na sobrang saya n’yo na halos gusto mong ilibre ang buong mundo sa nararamdaman mong happiness kahit alam mong either ang babaw naman nu’n reason ng kaligayahan mo sa ibang tao or pwedeng isipin nila na gaga or tanga ka because of that PERO wala kang pakialam. Basta masaya ka. PERIOD. Nung Sunday, ganun ako. Nakakangawit pala sa pisngi ‘yung lagi kang napapangiti? Nagka-facial exercise ako ng hindi inaasahan. ‘Yung happiness nubng Sunday was 2-way. And it has transcended until Monday early evening.

Ayan, the down side kicked in the moment na ang reason na kung bakit ka masaya biglang kumontra. ‘Yung naramdaman mo na naman na “it’s me against the world” na naman ba ito? Na pinaglalaruan na naman ba ako ni Fate at ano ba Lord, nagjo-joke ka na naman ba? Grabe! Ang daming tanong. Ang sakit sa ulo na ‘yung skull mo parang binibiyak ng bread knife lang. Na ‘yung puso mo hindi kumakabog nang mabilis kundi parang it stopped tapos hindi ka makahinga. Pero OA di ko naisip na ikakamatay o mamamatay na ako. Adik pa rin ako kasi despite na ang happiness nung Sunday e nag-turn around yata, inaalala ko pa rin ‘yung field work ko mamaya sa MOA at ‘yung i-email kong JPEGs na submission para bukas.

Mabait nga siguro ako. Gaga at tanga na sa sobrang kabaitan. Pero siguro, kahit isa sa inyo dyan na matiyagang makakabasa nito will nod and will say “oo nga” that there’s one person in your life, reasonably but most likely hindi mo maipaliwanag in words na maiintindihan ng lahat na ipagtatanggol mo, naiintindihan mo at kung pwede lang, kung genie ka lang bibigyan mo ng 3 wishes. Hindi counted ang parents o family members ha? Nasa dugo ‘yun e. Pero isang tao, kahit ano pa s’ya noon, kahit alam mong mga nangyari sa kanya, strangely tanggap mo. Etong tao na ito na nawala, bumalik, nawala na naman da’l magulo man ang utak pero pilit na inaayos ang buhay e bumalik nga tapos mawawala na naman, anong gagawin mo?

It ran in my mind last night those lines we usually say to our friends na perhaps in such situation too.

“He’s not meant for you.”

“Niloloko ka lang n’ya.”

“Baka naman psychiatrist lang tingin n’ya sa’yo.”

“Gago/tarantado/ s’ya para ganyanin ka.”

“You’ll be ok.”

Those words, you wanted to defy it. First time in my life, nung tinanong akong “Ok ka lang ba?” sumagot ako na “Honestly, hindi.”

Sa mga breakdowns kailangan talagang merong kahit isang kaibigan kang sensible na magtutuwid ng pag-iisip mo. Alam naman natin ang gagawin e. Nasasabi at napapayo pa nga natin di ba? Pero iba kapag ikaw na ‘yung nasa situation. Gusto mo lang ibalik ‘yung dati, ‘yung pwede bang gamitin ‘yung remote control ng TV to rewind or mag-undo keys ka para mabura at ma-redo mo.

Full 360 comes in now. After the begging, yes, I begged and felt that was my lowest point in my life me trying to be strong despite alone and independently living and attempting to be a woman with balls, begged. Nawala ang pride-pride. Nagagalit ako hindi sa kanya at uulitin ko ulit sa mga nakakaalam na ‘wag kayong magalit sa kanya kasi may kasalanan din ako. Baka may na-imprint sa akin o akong nag-imprint. Basta, sana understand that du’n ako sumaya. Some felt and even witnessed that. A few hours after my head was somehow thinking straight na and thoughts were collected. After a text and an attempted for a couple more times to call and talk to him after the dropping calls and the fact na alam mong ayaw ka n’yang kausapin kasi  alam n’yang umiiyak ka na at di ka papapigil, nagbukas din sya ng phone. He replied from my last text message and without hesitation kahit sabi ng lahat ‘wag kang bibigay, ‘wag kang tatawagan, ‘wag ka muanng makipag-usap, tumawag ako.

Hindi man fully happy ending. Hindi man kami for now. At least he’s not leaving or disappearing again. Parehas lang pala ‘yung mawawala na lang pa parang bula sa mawawala na nagpaalam kapag ayaw mong mawala s’ya sa’yo ulit. Hindi rin n’ya ako natiis na iwan ulit siguro kaya nagbukas s’ya ng phone. Basta ang importante sa amin, lalo sa akin, questions were answers. Blurry lines were cleared. Proven na mali talaga ang mga akala. Bumalik, umikot, full circle.

One has waited for years, won’t you wait for probably a few more days or weeks or years? Ewan ko. Gaga nga siguro talaga ako pero ito ‘yun e. Waiting won’t be of a waste. No doors closed. Dignified pa rin ako. Haba pa nga nang hair ko kasi may mga bagay na lumabas kagabi na nakalimutan ko na at mga salitang even in my dreams never thought I’d be hearing. Sorry, hindi “I love you”… we both have respect on those sacred words lalo na kung hindi handa ‘yung magsasabi or makakarinig.

Lesson ko dito: we are reminded. We have rules, written and unwritten. We know what to do and yet may weight pa rin kung tama ba o mali sa’yo at sa situation. Pero at the end, you’ll decide. Make a choice. Follow the rules. Follow what is said or written pero IKAW pa rin ang makapagsasabi. I took the RISK. Expected the worst (although I was caught off guard) and hoped for the best. It ended not perfect but better. We’re both in a better disposition. Smiling.

May continuation pa ba ito? Meron naman. Sana. Walang anuman na di maayos nang hindi napag-uusapan. Again, expect the worst but still hope for the best.

;)

 

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Me and Steve Jobs

Apple's Homepage on the announcement of Steve Jobs death

I cried (and still having a few burst of tears since yesterday).

The news of Steve Jobs passing away was not a shock to me but more on regret because it was too soon for him to die at 56. But seeing him present his “Stevenotes” with a drastic change of his physique somehow tells me he is really sick and he is fighting and surviving it.

But actually I was in denial. And in fear.

Denial because I don’t want him to go. I’m worried of what will Apple become when he’s not the CEO anymore. I fear for him and for his family and friends that he’ll be leaving behind.

I am affected by Steve Jobs.

He is the only stranger that I shed my tears this much (up till now while I’m writing this) second to but more than the time when Pope John Paul II died. He’s not my father, not my uncle, not even a friend nor a neighbor. He is far from where I live and where I am. I’ve never met him. But he’s one of the famous and remarkable people I dream to meet but for sure I’ll be tongue-tied and star struck if that did happen. I’m not even close to his fans that know his story, his achievements and waiting in the wee hours of the day just to watch him present the new innovations of Apple. But I’ll say it again, I am affected.

I tried to keep the emotion since yesterday. I was trying to keep it to myself. I was late in going to work. A colleague was brave enough to raise that we were strangely quiet almost the whole day in the office. I tried to work normally but it was really tough.

But the show must go on.

Wired.com homepage on the announcement of his passing

While I was on my way home last night, I was pondering why my reaction to his death was like this. It could be because I have lived more than half my life away from my family and lived by myself. There has always at least an Apple device with me after college. My work has always been in the field of arts and design. I’ve set my hands on the “candy” iMac to its present, really powerful and beautifully designed version. I’ve saved up to have my first and own personal Mac which was the TiBook and now I’m writing this with the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro. I bought the very first iPod Mini a couple of years after I had my TiBook and it took years for that iPod to be replaced by a blue 3rd Gen Nano as a Christmas present. I am not well off. I just have enough to support myself and I get by every paycheck. But as a designer, Apple is my Louis Vuitton. (I had to give credit to Mommy Ria, my colleague and friend for saying that yesterday.)

So you see, Apple has always been beside me and with me everyday: from the moment I wake up, I listen to the radio through iRadio attached to Bluwee, the blue 3rd Gen Nano. I read quick news via Twitter and see what’s new with my friends through Facebook with Sparkee, my MBP. I go to work, answer emails, create and submit designs with the assigned iMac to me. Then I go home and again write or read blogs, check if there’s something interesting to pin from Pinterest or watch a movie or TV series online.

Boring to some, but that’s my life. Simple but it has Apple. I know that there are innovators and other geniuses that worked with Steve Jobs as these people are blabbing, that too much credit is being given to him. Well, he just had led a fallen company back up that’s just one. He just innovated personal computers. He just revolutionized portable devices. He just changed how people can listen to music, use their mobile phones, use the net while on the go and document their lives. He just opened up a new industry and new businesses when Apple came out with the MacBooks, iPod, iPhone and iPad. He just eased some of our daily lives and live it in style. I will not deny that owning an Apple device is like a badge of achievement to me. It’s an honor. (And a bragging factor, of course)

Even if I missed my chance of meeting and shaking Steve Jobs hand, I feel everyday he is with me. Each morning I’m listening to him and day after day, I’m working with him. Steve Jobs will not be forgotten. Steve Jobs will be remembered.

Steve Jobs leans against his wife, Laurene Powell Jobs (Image by Lea Suzuki/San Francisco Chronicle/Corbis)

As I write this, like to anyone we love who’ve left us and went ahead, we have to say goodbye or do something as closure. Steve Jobs has contributed a lot and made his point. He fought for what he believed in. He fought his disease and survived the first battle. And I believe he fought hard. He too gets tired like anyone of us. And now it’s time for him to rest.

 

To Steve Jobs…

Sir,

Wherever you are, whether you’re on the (i)Cloud or somewhere else, up until now I don’t know what to say. They’ve said a lot already to you and to honor and remember you. You know what you’ve done because you believed it can be done. You believe that anything can be made great. Thank you for giving and sharing to us what you’ve believed in. Thank you for making our lives now easier and yes, cooler thanks to your Apple devices. I’ll definitely miss the “Stevenotes”, the only presentation that’s exciting to watch and not boring. Thank you for making the child in us laugh and cry with your Pixar movies. There will be no replacement of you, Sir. But it’s time for you to rest.

Farewell, Sir. Thank you for thinking differently. 

Image by weird-science (from Deviantart)

 

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This Angry Girl

I met up with Jose (my virtual boyfriend and a dear friend of mine) last night and he gave me a gift…

At first I wondered why the book? Am I that angry? But as he hands it to me he explains that he’s giving it to me not because I’m angry but he knows I’ll smile once I read the book. I’d be reminded of myself… I smiled indeed. With some doubts in my head of course.

And then I read the message he wrote on the book. It said:

To my dearest Nemcy,

I was just walking around a mall and saw a copy of this book. I thought of giving it to you not because you’re angry.

You see, I used to visit this comic strip’s website almost religiously. But then I forgot about it.

I say this because we forget things. We forget sorrow. We forget pain. We forget disappointment. On the other side of that, we forget that life can be beautiful. We forget that we are loved. We forget happiness.

When I saw this book, I am reminded how I laugh at this strip. Nemcy, sadness, pain, sorrow, disappointment will never go away. But we can forget about them occasionally. It just takes a bit of effort to come up for air. But we’re stronger than the storm. We just forget that. We should remind each other.

Jose Ardivilla

My VBF is right. I’m really such a forgetful person. We all are. And thank goodness for friends. Chosen friends.

And then as I browse the pages of the book, I found the page he was referring to that reminded me of him:

Yup. I’m definitely Kim, the angry Asian girl. My mom is not Chinese but I have “instances” like this (and yes, I just had one awhile ago but moms will be moms I guess). It doesn’t end there. But it’s better to understand the characters… and read the book and/or strips ;)

I read this book 3 times today. Still has the same effect on me:
• I nodded.
• I smiled.
• I laughed at some strips.
• And I laughed harder on other pages.

Each characters reminded me of certain people. And most of the time I’m Kim (sometimes I’m crazy Maria too, that makes me a schizo as the book said!) but I guess I know why. This explains some of the characters:

Kim the Angry Asian Girl

Mother Lee, Kim's Mother

The strips are simple, easy read and it’s true!!!

I have no way of communicating to Ms. Lela Lee (hope she reads this) that her strips, her created characters are simple but brilliant! ^_^ Ms. Lee, I do hope you come up with more books like these and strips to read ;)

Check out the site here. Read the strips and check out which girl are you? Ü

 

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The Reason Why…

Image from Pinterest.com
 

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It Dawned On Me…

I was browsing quotes from links from Pinterest.com. Image above hit me…

I’ve waited. No reply. Not that I’m giving up. I guess I just have to be prepared to Plan C. Or even Plan D. But definitely Plan A and B’s over.

From the heavy rains last week and this past weekend, it was nice seeing the sun shine again Ü

 
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Posted by on June 21, 2011 in Realizations, Simplified

 

I’m Not Giving Up

 If I didn’t miss count, it’s not three yet. You’re not yet out.

 

 

 

A Reminder On Happiness

Another thought found in Pinterest.com

Amen? ;)

 

50 Things You Should Know About Graphic/Brand Designers

Photo by Cam Riley from http://www.southsearepublic.org/

An adaptation from the original post I read by a bourbon for silvia’s 50 Reasons Not To Date A Graphic Designers and here’s my version (with a few edits and explanation) so you’ll somehow understand a family member, an officemate, a friend and probably your soon-to-date designer: 50 Things You Should Know About Graphic/Brand Designers.

1. We are weird people: But we don’t bite. And we don’t physically or verbally hurt people (well, most of the time… kidding!).


2. There are billions of us in the world, like colors on the screen of your computer: Bet you don’t know that, huh? :p


3. We analyze conversations in layers: As to what you are saying with perhaps what you intended to say.

4. We could spend the day assembling furniture from IKEA: Not that we don’t know how to but we study the furniture or structure again for possible learning which we perhaps can apply at work.

5. We drink and eat all kinds of weird stuff just because we like the packaging. <– This I can’t deny!!! Wait does this means we judge by how the packaging looks like? YES.

6. We (secretly) hate each other: Not all, just some to be explained by entry no. 12.

7. We usually come out the last out of the movies: because we have to see not just the full list of credits but also to check out if there are inserted clips at the end like what Pixar or Marvel Entertainment do. (Have you seen Thor? You understand what I mean then.)

8. We fuck up all the tables with their cutters: blame the clients that ask for mockups (kidding!)

9. We rather study the paisley pattern on your outfit than listen to what you have to say: not all the time, just when what you’re saying is all too much about you or when your topic is irrelevant or not interesting to us.

10. Our house is filled with magazines and whatever is out there that has drawings: of course, we have to update ourselves. The world is now our classroom.

11. If we give you an artwork or a photograph, you can’t tell if it is really an original or a copy: That’s how good we are. Hihihi :p

12. We can detect posers: And we can catch them when we start talking in technical by experience.

13. We do not know how to add and subtract, we just understand letters <– I TOTALLY DISAGREE!!! I make structural designs like gondolas, window displays, make boxes and bottle from 3D softwares plus make booth designs and layout as well and I do planograms. All those requires adding and subtracting numbers, even the basic use of the Pythagorean Theorem formula. We may not be engineers or physicists but we just don’t recognize numbers, we know and work on them!

14. We idolize people who nobody knows and speak of them as if they were our colleagues: Yes, we do. Because those people made something from design and art.

15. We take pictures almost daily: Some has those 360 Project, other just post something interesting (for us) that might be for others as well.

16. We ask your opinion about everything but we do whatever we want: It just so happen that we analyze and compare… and DECIDE.

17. Everything is left justified, right or center unless they arrive late: Either we just wanted everything laid out fine if not perfect or most of us are OCs :D

18. We hate Comic Sans with the same passion they love Helvetica: Use of the word “hate” is quite downplayed. We DESPISE Comic Sans!!!

19. We use the iPhone for everything, because everyone has one: This is not true. Not all have iPhones. Some has iPad, MacAir or Macbook Pro :p

20. You can not decorate the house without consulting them: True even though Interior Design is from a different college or degree course.

21. We steal street signs: Not all but there was a rumor that some guys from a certain Fine Arts school stole a statue of Ronald McDonald in one of it’s store chains.

22. We always carry our hands painted with something or cut from cutter or paper: We’re working, what do you expect?

23. We buy dolls unfinished for them to paint: It’s relaxing for some. A way too, for expressing once idea without being terrorized ;)

24. Everything becomes something other than what it really is: cards as tickets, cards as … Well, what can we do? We’re creative… and we recycle ;)

25. When arguing, you will be nicknamed like the OSX spinning wheel (not affectionately): It’s what we call code naming Ü

26. Do not know how to dress without consulting the Pantone book: Really?

27. We hate Excel: Oh hell YEAH!

28. We read comics: and graphic novels too!

29. We want to save the world only with a poster: well, there’s an upgrade now… include stickers as well :p

30. You will spend the day brainstorming: probably… or watching a movie or reruns of…

31. On vacation they will take you to countries that you do not know exist and have no beach: we like adventure and never before seen possible photo subjects :p

32. Museums are our second home: True. But each has their own preference.

33. We know more positions than the Kamasutra: Oh. Really. Now. It’s for you to know and for me to find out ;)

34. We can’t go to a restaurant without secretly critiquing the menu design: A-MEN.

35. We listen to music you have never heard of.


36. We can´t cook a normal dish, they always have to experiment with new ingredients: Don’t worry. So far, there’s no recorded event of food poisoning by a designer, yet.

37. We read rare books: stories of children, Semiotics… in connection with no. 10, learning doesn’t stop after graduation. And we’d like to know OTHER stuff as well… stuff that interests us Ü

38. When we are going to tell you something, everyone has read it in their Facebook and Twitter: Can this be counted as (some) designer’s life is an open book? Hahaha.


39. We have own iPods before you knew they existed: We support, spread and live with good… no, BEST designs.

40. The orgasm we remember is when we heard that Adobe was acquiring Macromedia: Hmmm… on a personal note, I was actually not quite satisfied with what Adobe did to Freehand :( They just killed it. Didn’t apply its simplicity (of use and tools) with Illustrator :(

41. We have our own shops just for us and there are the most expensive in the city: Privileged? Hahaha. It’s just like for the fashionistas, there’s Forever 21.

42. We want to spend all the money in the Apple Store: Go back to no. 39 Ü

43. You will never understand (or appreciate) our gifts: This breaks our hearts :(

44. We see ordinary objects and laugh: We’re weird, yes. Lovable and still understandable I suppose :p

45. You wake up in the middle of the night hearing them screaming “When is the deadline?” <– Has anyone experienced this? O_o

46. We see CMYK and RGB like Neo sees the Matrix: It’s our world. CMYK and RGB are colors for those who don’t know what they are. There’s still Pantone, by the way.

47. We dream of the day nobody will make a single change to their designs: Very true!!! :D

48. We rather pay for a font (or an illustration or photo) than for a special birthday gift: We could use those for the gift we can make for you :p (though see 24 and 43)

49. We might sound like aliens to you when we talk to our fellow brand or graphic designers: Like Star Wars has Klingon and Elven to Lord of the Rings, we have our language which can be understood by fellow graphic or brand designers. It’s visual and/or technical.

50. We are always sleepy because we work 24/7: Either coffee’s not working on us anymore or because we are sugar-crashing from overdose of sweet treats ;)

 

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