I’ve been a fan of the Noun Project for years. Any time you need a simple design of a bike, car, or basically most nouns, they have great user-submitted content. Except the Vermontiest of nouns, until now.
Before leaving a College of Environmental Design, I would be remiss if I didn’t take a legit design studio, especially one co-taught by Elizabeth MacDonald and Allan Jacobs.
The semester is almost over, and I’m writing up my final projects. These are some of the final images I drew for my urban morphology analysis.
I’ve been taking and loving a course in Visual Notetaking this semester. One of our weekly assignments was to record ourselves live drawing a topic. The undergrads illustrated Taylor Swift songs. I illustrated my thesis. To each his own.
Sometimes, being a city planning masters student really rocks. I have competent undergrads to collect my field data. I get to make maps and spreadsheets to my heart’s content.
I designed a t-shirt for my graduate department. I’ve sold over 500, and spotted the first one in the wild today (at Berkeley Bowl, of course).