Viewing Category ~ infographics
This is an infographic poster I created recently for an article written by Mehdi Hasan, the Political editor at the Huffington Post U.K.. The article is titled “Ten things you need to know about Gaza.” Feel free to print, email and share.
Monday = Inspiration, which I’m positive alot of you guys reading my blog posts have figured out by now, meet Emily Dumas. She is the creator behind Flowers in May, a design and illustration studio based in Beverly, Massachusetts. All the products feature Emily’s illustrations and patterns. She specializes in art prints, paper goods, invitations and miscellaneous housewares. Her products are uniquely handmade and produced in our studio.Emily has been featured on Fab.com, Design Milk and various other blogs. She was published in Uppercase magazine’s Work/Life 2, a collection of artists and illustrators from around the globe. She is available for hire and custom projects. Give her a shout!
I: What’s the earliest memory of a creative activity you did?
E: Like most American kids, I used to copy Disney characters. I had quite the collection but then got bored of “copying” so I started experimenting with other mediums.
I: If you weren’t doing what you do right now, what would you be doing?
E: This is always the hardest question to answer. Well if I were still “creative” but not a graphic designer/illustrator, I’d be an interior designer. I love textures and fabrics and always thought it was a great way to put your ideas to use in a contained area. If i weren’t “creative” at all, I’d definitely work with animals, maybe a veterinarian for wild animals.
I: Inspiration, who? what? where?
E: Who: I’m always following Tad Carpenter, Anna Bond, Sass and Peril and Jessica Hische.
Where: The everyday. Most of my ideas come from just the everyday. I’ll see or talk about something and think wow, that could make a great print. I’ll sketch it out or write it down so that I can go back to it when I’m ready.
I: Share any of piece your work, recent or old and talk about it.
E: Today I Feel Like Baking was the first collection print I ever did. I soon realized the possibilities and just started creating more and more all based off of these “themes”. When I purchase a home, I’m designing my whole kitchen around this print. Red and teal is one of my favorite color palettes. So yeah I guess since this was the first one, it has a lot of meaning to me.
I: Name 5 websites that you check often.
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Hi, I'm Ibraheem Youssef
I'm a Designer & Illustrator,
currently based in Boston.
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