This minute-plus video showcases some of the new additions to Mjolnir Software’s originally free-to-play release “The Crucible.” A lot of hard work from a lot of talented and dedicated people went into this.
I was approached to design a new press-kit for internationally recognized DJ “D Rock”. My goal was to reinforce the idea of “NYC’s most wanted” by using an Art Deco theme. I kept to a more aggressive colour pallete in order to heighten a sense of action and danger, without attaching any obvious violent imagery, keeping it a more inclusively accessible piece of media.
Careful deliberation on what I wanted to offer as content pretty much demanded I set up this magazine style. I wanted to do something that was both professional and elegant in order to properly say goodbye to any future involvement in some of the art I used to do. Most notably, I wanted to present one final look at both my music and my photography, and I’m hoping this new design helps to encapsulate everything into one cohesive theme.
For the 13th anniversary of my blog, I elected to redesign my website. I decided to challenge myself by seeing how far into the rest of the internet I can make a singular site’s design reach using shared codes and graphics.
In order to celebrate the 13th year of my website, I banged out a quick redesign. And while change is good, I sometimes hate to see things go. My favourite part of last year’s design…