Awesome Sauce is and educational series that consists of animated videos, mobile games, flash cards sets, and books that I created to make design more accessible to a wider audience. Video will be release both on YouTube and Instagram. Check out the first 2 installments below.
Emory Douglas became an influential force within the Black Panther Party. Douglas’ images were printed in the newspaper, The Black Panther. His depictions of African Americans as revolutionary fighters, instead of victims, and illustrations of pigs in place of police and politicians made Douglas a hero to his community and a subject of an investigation… Continue reading 5 Facts about Emory Douglas
Augmented Reality is defined as “…an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects that reside in the real world are enhanced by computer-generated perceptual information, sometimes across multiple sensory modalities, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory and olfactory.” The banal explanation is AR focuses on taking the power and connectivity of the internet with… Continue reading Augmented Reality the Future of Art & Design?
“Wendy Clark, better known by her stage name Lady B, is an American female rapper and radio DJ from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is one of the earliest female rappers in hip hop, and one of the first hip hop artists to record a single.”
One of my early exposures to graphic design was via the vinyl record collections of my mother, uncle, and aunt. It was here I was swept up in the visceral nature of holding a square of exquisite illustration and typography that always had a slightly sweet and musty smell. The conventional wisdom is that in… Continue reading Reid Miles – American Graphic Designer
Here is one more in a series of illustrations I’m doing to celebrate creative geniuses of the past and present. For this one, I’m focusing on Philadelphia and international legend. CORNBREAD. For more visit http://www.atharts.com.