Friday, January 26, 2007

Monday, January 22, 2007

New Portfolio Slide

I'm finishing up a few slides for the apps that are due the first of February. This is an invoice for Nerd Elite Design, to be used in the event of late payment. It's printed on x-ray film of a broken limb, wrapped around a baseball bat. Very mafioso. There were a couple other versions on the same theme involving bricks, broken windows, a severed finger, burlap soaked in kerosene and a ransom note, but they seemed a bit theatrical. No matter. The slides:
Slide 20
Slide 20

Friday, January 19, 2007

Listen: Podcast, no19

Pleasing To Your Ears

I'm back in the podcasting state of mind, for the time being. Most of the apping is done so I should have the necessary time to get these out each week, as was my custom in the past. Without further ado, I give you the tracks:
"The Prayer" by Bloc Party
"Energy" by The Apples in Stereo
"Saint John" by Cold War Kids
"Parentheses" by The Blow
"Suffer for Fashion" by Of Montreal
"Who's Gonna Sing?" by Prototypes
"Cobrastyle (feat. Mad Cobra)" by The Teddybears
"La La Love You" by Pixies
"Wildflowers" by Tom Petty
"Ain't No Other Man" by Christina Aguilera
"Hold Up" by Girl Talk
"Too Deep" by Girl Talk
"Smash Your Head" by Girl Talk
"The Blues Are Still Blue" by Belle & Sebastian
As usual, the podcast is available through RSS or iTunes. Here are the appropriate links:
* Subscribe to the enhanced podcast. (rss)
* Subscribe to the mp3 podcast. (rss)
* Click here to visit the "Pleasing To Your Ears" page in the iTunes Music Store, where you can pick and choose from available episodes.
* no19 :: I Let My Tape Rock (mp3)
* no19 :: I Let My Tape Rock (enhanced)
That's it for episode 19. Please tell your friends. Please tell me what you think. Please post a link on your blogs. Please use the hotline: (206) 202-3142. Please tune in for a new episode next weekend.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Portfolio Slides

As I prep my portfolio slides, I'm sticking them here. Join me as I tinker with the order and try to take in everything in a more distilled form.

Slide 1
Slide 2
Slide 20
Slide 20
Slide 10
Slide 14
Slide 3
Slide 4
Slide 15
Slide 16
Slide 11
Slide 9
Slide 16
Slide 5
Slide 6
Slide 8
Slide 12
Slide 13
Slide 7

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Tuesday, January 09, 2007



Portfolio Package

If you'll recall this post, I was talking about the backside of the envelope that will serve as the packaging for my applications. Here's pictures of the real deal. Very cool looking in person. Very tedious to create.