Have no fear, darlings, once I’ve gone through all the photos that I took on Saturday, I will have a ‘In a Flash’ post.
Turns out, the ‘my brain wasn’t fully awake, so I don’t think I got very many photos’ walk that I did with a group of other photographers from the ICT at the Central Library ended up being a lot more than I had anticipated. Even more than I had anticipated after going through them and deleting ones that were just bad. So, that’s going to be a fairly long post (and even longer to upload a portion of them).
Plus side? I have photos! It’s been helping me to look at things, from even around the house, in a new and interesting perspective so I’m not shooting (side note: taking photos not REALLY shooting) my cat over and over and over.
Not that she minds.
After I woke up some (in my defense, it was an early (or earlier) photo walk than I’m used to), I thought of all the OTHER things I could have taken photos of. Figures, right?
Still? I think I have some really good shots in there. So, stay tuned!
Today though I have something a little different and something that may pop its head in from time to time.
Keeping in tune with my whole theme for the year ‘Journey’ and ‘Creativity’ outside of the realm of merely work-related projects, I dipped my toes in the logo-design-not-school-related business.
And by business, I mean competition that I have 1/1000th of a chance of winning (mostly because I’m certain there are better people out there who designed things).
The company/project is called Harvester and they’re a new project in Wichita that aims to bring in artists to the area for two-week residencies and expose the community to new art and art trends, mostly geared to installations and performance pieces. Their first project was of course for a logo design and the winner (chosen on the 28th of Feb) will receive $500. Pretty cool, right?
Originally, my thought was to post my logo design today but I think, until the winner is chosen, I’ll just post my condensed mood-board/palette instead.
To be honest, I’m pretty excited about the result. You can bet I’ll keep you updated of the results and post the final logo design after the 28th!
Until April, things aren’t as busy at the museum so hopefully updates will be a little more frequent! Please stay tuned for some ‘In a Flash’ posts, Weekly/Monthly wishes posts, and some nail polish related posts (among others)!
Any creative projects you’re really excited about? Any ventures or experiments you’re working on? Let’s talk!