recently i followed the artworks of Kris Tate. there’s not much of the info of her, but her artworks is so inspiring to me. i’ve always like a minimal, white background with a few lines kind of design. her artworks are more to emerging organic and geometrical shapes.she’ playing with lots of triangle, like one that i did in my branding project. here are some of her awesome artwork. i adore you kris tate. ;)
last semester, i’ve done some commercial photography for my minor assignments. credit should be given to my mates dude, amin, sufia, nik and the models for this awesome photos. any comments will be much appreciated. :)
currently i am studying on the branding for my sis’s upcoming product. gonna upload some work soon. :)
This semester was quite a hectic. Supposedly after the internship, i have been more organized with time and work but i think i got much worse. nevertheless, for the branding assignment, i push me butt to draw this vector accordingly with real pictures. enjoice. :)
These are my artworks when I was in my foundation year. Good times, good times..
recently i’ve done some research on visual narrative. it may seem new to you whom are not deeply in art contextual. it is a new term coined by a group of artist who wanted to called their work of art by their own category. Guess what, the advertising that we student had to do is also under the category of visual narration ! including comic books, paintings and sculpture. but why they have to label it differently ?
Visual narrative are two words that are combined together to describe a series of images with a connection with text. Anyways, according to Pimenta in her article of Design Thought, 2010, the term was came up for granted. the usage of the word “Visual” is to replace pictorial, which was used in late nineteenth century and it is a Latin word. Pictorial word seems too strong for them and they convert it into something synonym yet lighter, visual. while “Narrative” is an act of narration.
So here are a few examples of visual narrative in my context of understanding. It is used in Advertising, Comics, Storyboard, and Photography specifically Photojournalism. You may ask for any details or leave comment as you wish.
these work of Jamie Beck has always being inspiring. Check out the awesome cinemagraph which may blown your mind away.
Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication.
Leonardo Da Vinci