a digital workspace

had a lot of free time today so I went to the @artsmia and sketched a bit

typewriter collage studies, 2014

Thursday night: draw art to feel good.
panic 
Thought my business card needed some flair.

“Your soul has fallen to bits and pieces. Good. Rearrange them to suit yourself.”

—   

Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf (via aestheticintrovert)

hermann hesse is the shit

(Source: wordsnquotes, via carpe-yesterdiem)

I’m happy to announce that after some hard work, putting a couple dozen hours behind the text editor and a long look back at the last two years of my experiences working, I finally put together a final product I’m excited to share. I have finished the re-design of brandonalvarado.me. In these first years of my professional career I have been trying to build myself into the designer I want to be, acquiring new skills and testing them. My site has gone through changes as I grope around clumsily for a format to present myself on. My desire to learn to build this platform myself has created a lot of frustration and the learning-curve at times seem insurmountable. In this current format, I see an opportunity for a lasting platform, one that can support the work to come. One that I can maintain, much like a home, and with each bit of upkeep share a sense of pride in ownership. Much of my old work now inhabits this new space and I hope that it adds to it a sense of warmth for everything I’m done so far. But I look forward to continuing to build it with the work I will make. If you’d like to take a look you can visit my site here: brandonalvarado.meHope you enjoy it.

I’m happy to announce that after some hard work, putting a couple dozen hours behind the text editor and a long look back at the last two years of my experiences working, I finally put together a final product I’m excited to share. 

I have finished the re-design of brandonalvarado.me. In these first years of my professional career I have been trying to build myself into the designer I want to be, acquiring new skills and testing them. My site has gone through changes as I grope around clumsily for a format to present myself on. My desire to learn to build this platform myself has created a lot of frustration and the learning-curve at times seem insurmountable. 

In this current format, I see an opportunity for a lasting platform, one that can support the work to come. One that I can maintain, much like a home, and with each bit of upkeep share a sense of pride in ownership. Much of my old work now inhabits this new space and I hope that it adds to it a sense of warmth for everything I’m done so far. But I look forward to continuing to build it with the work I will make. 

If you’d like to take a look you can visit my site here: 
brandonalvarado.me

Hope you enjoy it.

directional improvisation, 2014

responsive

#sketchbreak officially over