Reading #5 - Community
The idea of involving others that aren’t voluntarily subjecting themselves to be apart of community-based design is so intriguing to me. Partly because I like examining the product of the design that I have absolutely no control over. Whether this product is a conversation or various people all answering the same question, it is all just as interesting. Also designing something that...
Reading #6 - Rules of Engagement
“Limitations are the playground of a creative mind.” Frank Chimero “Rules of Engagement” I could not agree more. With an appropriate set of limitations I find almost endless motivation, where as a blank canvas with no directions can be extremely daunting. Half of my time is spent simply deciding on a certain direction to go before I can even think of what the content will...
Project 2 - Research Town
1. Luzinterruptus They are an guerilla art installation group in Spain that creates beautiful art pieces in public protest to various things such as light pollution, bottled water, no green spaces in the city. http://www.luzinterruptus.com/ 2. Improv Everywhere A carefully organized group of people who go into public places and perform choreographed movements or lack there of, less design more...
ART 470: Sagmeister Response
“I believe that designing is something you have to do for love. If you are committed first and foremost to producing design then you’ll make money as a by-product…” Marcello Minale This portion of the quote that Sagmeister chose to put in this article really stood out to me, although it was not a main topic of the article. Thinking long term, I want to be able to sustain...