That Was The Week That Was — 27th October 2019
After several days of wrangling with colours for the latest piece of work, liking something then a few hours later realising it was terrible, I finally got to a place I was pleased with for this latest piece of client work. It was now looking balanced and incorporated the new requested colour in a way that didn't look forced.
Following a great call with the agency in question about the latest iteration it was now time for some more waiting as they present these new images to the client in the next week or so. Once they hopefully get sign-off of these low-res renders I can begin rendering out the large images.
To keep me busy whilst I waited I did some new Houdini learnings using UV packing, creating some typographic experiments — type made up of type. I was liking this approach and something I may use in a future piece of work sometime. For now it goes in the digital cupboard of ideas.
On the Friday I launched my latest analog object via Produced for Use called Silent State, paying homage to iconic electronics, freezing them in time using my desktop vacuum forming machine. On the Sunday morning I woke up to a flurry of orders — some people even buying the full collection of three. After some investigation I discovered John Gruber, founder of Daring Fireball, had tweeted about it.
Now I had some order fulfilment to get on with...