[TRIUMPHS IN TECH] Titanic poster available on Zazzle. Soon to hit other retailers.


[TRIUMPHS IN TECH] RMS TITANIC POSTER HITS ZAZZLE
BY: D.M. ANDERSON

For many of those who know me, Titanic, has been a life-long passion of mine. The elegance of the ship, the technological and engineering marvel of her design, and the promise she brought humanity. That is until a series of small careless mistakes brought it all to a close. It is a tragic story: The hopes of humanity all rested on a single ship. A ship that sank and took over 1,400 lives with it. We all know the story.

TRIUMPHS IN TECHNOLOGY: RMS Titanic, poster

The illustration as printed.

It seems fitting, then, that Titanic make her way into my TRIUMPHS IN TECHNOLOGY poster series. Even thought she sank, Titanic will always remain a technological marvel that is ambitious even by today’s standards. She was much larger than any other ship in the world (aside her sister RMS Olympic), she utilized a unique hybrid propulsion system, featured improved building measures (higher water-tight bulkheads, double-bottom hull), and featured many first-time amenities many passengers feel commonplace aboard today’s passenger vessels.

When visiting my Zazzle store, you can choose how you best wish your copy of the poster to be produced: from size, to paper type (canvas, too!), framed or not. That is the beauty of Zazzle – you can buy the art work you love the way you want it.   Please check out the product page via the link below. This would make an excellent holiday gift for any Titanic, ship, or ocean liner enthusiast.

http://www.zazzle.com/triumphs_in_technology_rms_titanic_poster-228606391717268604?rf=238220520015297288

Designed using Adobe Illustrator.

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Logo Concept – Fall 2012


Logo Concept – Fall 2012, originally uploaded by innov8ional.

Via Flickr:
As part of a design challenge, I was to design an entirely new logo than the one currently in use. This was to be a challenge in concept, color, and overall execution. Here are the results.

Designed using Adobe Illustrator CS5. All rights reserved.

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CURRENT PROJECT: RMS Titanic poster (WIP)


RMS Titanic poster (WIP), originally uploaded by innov8ional.

Check out the latest digital illustration project currently under development. This poster is celebrating the beauty and majesty of the RMS Titanic.

Inspired by the centennial anniversary of the Titanic’s tragic sinking, this poster is the first of a series of pieces due to be completed throughout the rest of the year.

Keep an eye out for updates on this and future pieces in the growing series.

[POLL] iPads and Your Creative Process


Hello everyone,

I am currently developing a story for this blog in regards to iPads and their new role in the digital creative age. I have found in my personal experience that they have so many ways to contribute to the creative process. This post, however, is about you. I want to find out if you use an iPad in your creative process and if you do, how do you use it? Sketching? Note-taking? A resource for ideas? Or better yet, do you feel they disrupt the creative process?

Below is a one-question poll – please check make a selection. You are here, after all. Also, I encourage you to post comments and lets get a discussion going. Please share your thoughts and experiences.

SO YOU KNOW: I will be taking your feedback here, as well as other sources, and use them as part of an an article that is currently in development. If you have any questions or objections, please email me at: dma.evokedesign@gmail.com.

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QUESTION: Do you still make concept sketches?


Is thumbnailing and concept sketching still a part of your creative process? Throughout my experience both professionally and as a student, I have seen many newer students of the industry draw less and seemingly push the same idea across the computer screen until it becomes more of what they want. I personally value the process of the thumb nailing and conceptualizing on paper for the fact I feel it pushes us to explore more ways we can execute an idea far more efficiently than on the computer. I have met some professors that demand it while I have met many professionals that skip it.

Please share your thoughts and experiences. SO YOU KNOW: I will be taking your feedback here, as well as other sources, and use them as part of an an article that is currently in development. If you have any questions or objections, please email me at: dma.evokedesign@gmail.com.

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