This is the latest in a monthly series in which industry leaders describe the projects and products that give them the most joy and pride.This month, graphic designer Jessica Walsh reflects on the creation of the 40 Days of Dating project, and shares her passion for creating a living around something she truly loves.
I will always enjoy the challenge of our client work at the studio; however, I am now focusing at least 25–50% of my time on developing my own ideas, websites, apps, or writing.
was a risk for both Jessica and I, personally and professionally; it’s one of the most comprehensive risks I’ve taken.
In many ways, it has clearly been good, but was doing it good for my design career?
‘paper torch’ works by printing its electronic circuit boards onto paper that allow the regulation of light temperature and intensity.
a hot dog and hamburger, archetypal images of american pop-culture, are transformed into actual furnishings.