RMIT i’mmature grad show

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Coffee art

Not a coffee lover myself but my friend is and this is what she does in her spare time at work. Worthy of sharing with the world? I think so. http://instagram.com/helenl92

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Why making cards gets fun…

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 I recently finished this card for a couple going through a long-distanced relationship and I thought the guy’s idea was brilliant. Been doing a new batch of cartoon illustrations and it got me thinking how my cartoons would turn out as stickers. I was inspired by the vinyl our exhibition design class used in the grad show event so I made some stickers for the journal we had to work on this week and I was happy with the results. I might start giving them away with every order on cartoon illustrations.

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A right-brainer by day and occasional blogger by night, you've landed on a place where I document life in the creative field and endless travels with friends and family

Design had evolved naturally, as a passion and a lifestyle beginning at an early age when I made trips back to the motherland, Indonesia, I experienced the surroundings and the lifestyle that was vastly different from what I was used to. I found myself passing by villages where children made their own toys with whatever was left around them; scrap metal, bits of cloth, banana leaves, and even cigarette butts. Despite this, the children were happy and proud with anything they created.

This image struck me and forever inspires me to contribute my skills to places that need it the most. Design helps me make decisions, while art helps me take risks. Both areas reward me with opportunities to create something impactful and everlasting!