Two mix-media illustrations from upcoming children’s picture book ‘What We Did On Sunday’. It’s a wordless picture book. Anyone reading it, from start to end or end to start, adult or child, can make up their own version of the story.
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Information architecture deals with the structure and organization of a website. It takes into consideration the purpose and goals of the website, and also the way that visitors are likely to use the site. The content and design of the website is then planned and arranged accordingly, and in an easy to use and efficient manner.
Friday, March 1, 2013
A very interesting talk by Alan Watts.
The thing is you have to first know what you want to do. People often falter here. When I was in art college, I often heard goals like ‘I want to be famous’ or ‘I want to be rich’, without any thought given to ‘for what’ or ‘by what means’. There was also a fellow whose main dream was ‘to go abroad’, without again considering ‘to do what’. I remember him being mightily annoyed when I asked if he had Pakistan, Nepal, Burma, or Sri Lanka in mind. But that is going abroad, those are foreign countries, I pointed out. He disagreed. The people there are just as poor as us, he said, and he was done with wallowing in poverty. He was going to the USA or the UK where everyone was very, very rich; the inference being that by just going there he would catch their infection too.