I was responsible for the booth entertainment this year, and so I DJ’ed the booth all three days and kept the vibe cool, collected and welcoming. We had one other booth complain about the noise, and several booths compliment on it, someone even asked for a CD, which was pretty cool. Didn’t get a chance…
Photoshop Sketchpad I made this flyer for a Lady Jo show in New York. Sketched the title and characters and scanned them into photoshop.
During my time at Tipp-C as a photography/design intern, I was able to use a lot of my photography in the magazine, the few of us interns that worked their(Eric & Adam deserve a shout) would design the entire magazine in the weekend before going to press.
Tipp-C was an interesting experience, but it was always humbling to see my photos on the cover of a campus wide paper.
Our project, onCurrent.com, just had it’s own launch party. We set up everything, got a stage, bands, power, sponsors, made shirts, painted a van with chalkboard paint, and guerilla marketed all over campus with a couple buckets of sidewalk chalk. A great turn out considering we didn’t know who would show.
Jordan, Eric, and I have been hard at work on the onCurrent shirts for the upcoming launch party. We made the screen in our basement dark room and turned a table we found at salvage into a makeshift printing press. We’ve been using second hand shirts from goodwill to give each shirt it’s own character, and so we also printed each a little different to give it that extra sense of individuality.
While we were at it we tried making screens out of a few other designs, screen printing for yourself can be both fun and rewarding!