Pat Findros

October 9, 2011

Pat Findros is a personal illustration project of mine, which is named after the path finder tool in illustrator.

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I found this post on weddingchicks.com. A photoshoot for a couple’s wedding (Lynette and James), inspired by the animation UP. This is what I love about my major; how it inspires people. I do hope they’ll be very very happy throughout their “greatest adventure” together. This movie always brings tears to my eyes, too. I hope I won’t be too old&boring to not get this kind of wedding. (sighs)

Have you seen Disney Pixar’s movie UP? Every time I see this movie I cry no matter what. It is quite touching. So, when Wildlfowers Photography shared with us this adorable engagement shoot we were so excited to share it with you!

The idea of this photo shoot came from Lynnette and James.  Their favorite movie is UP so they wanted an engagement shoot based around the movie. Below is a sweet and touching letter that James wrote to Lynnette and so kindly shared with Wildlfowers Photography and we are going to share it with you… break out your hankies…

“Lynnette… I have a confession, I am in love with you.  It is not the ‘usual’ love, but the love that makes me remember the little things, the ‘boring’ things.  It is the boring things in life that I will remember the most.  The memories of jumping over sidewalk cracks to how the clouds talk to us.  You make me remember the moments.  It is that love that makes me believe.  Belief that I was there when you were a toothless kid.  Dancing through life, only stopping to hold my hand. Letting me know that anything is possible.  I am in love with you, ‘my greatest adventure’. – James”

awesome logos of 2009

April 12, 2010

creative usage of the negative-positive space relationship.

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visit Kumi Yamashita.

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Igendesign

March 16, 2010

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“Smart, simplistic concept for a table-top or hanging light inspired by a solar eclipse. More information and other projects can be found on their blog.”

via DesignPorn

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I want to see other sample pages from this book.

San Diego-based creative company Holiday Matinee (a company I also intern for) has published their first book, I Swear to Good You Are God At This. It’s as inspirational as it is fun to flip through! The book is a compilation of awesome creative work and ideas by people who do what they love and love what they do. If you’re interested in purchasing 72 pages of creative inspiration, head over here.

In addition, a book launch party is being thrown to bring the book to life with art installations, performances, interactive presentations and more. If you’re lucky enough to be a San Diego native or if you’re willing to trek down from any nearby city, please feel free to join us.

What: I Swear to Good You Are God at This Book Launch Party
When: Thursday, February 18, 2010 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Where: BASIC, 410 10th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101
Age Limit: 21

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“Normally, I wouldn’t consider the human heart a very attractive thing, but this vase by Eva Milinkovic of Tsunami Glassworks is inspired by its structure and I think it’s beautiful. This is definitely a heart you wouldn’t want to break.”

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Vapur Anti-Bottle

February 17, 2010

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Don’t you hate carrying around your empty water bottle, just because you feel bad throwing it out? The Vapur Anti-bottle conveniently solves that problem in a matter of folds. Once you’re done with it, you can roll it up and stick it in your pocket. Pretty handy.

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Box Light

February 13, 2010

boxlight-1.jpgThe ingeniously simple Box Light from Design House Stockholm works like a drawer, pulling in and out of its shell to adjust how much light emanates from it.

For more illumination, slide the light out. For less, slip it further back into the case and simply touch its surface to turn it on or off.

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The work of Finnish designer Jonas Hakaniemi, the Box Light comes in black, gray or silver for $275 and will be available from Design House Stockholm’s online store.

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Non-Format

February 9, 2010

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