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Room Update

August 12th, 2009 by

I just picked up a few things at Ikea to get my room a little bit more organized. I got this cool bookcase for $30 in the “as is sale scetion” instead of the usual $50 price and put a big curtain up in front of my closet since I took the closet doors down. It feels good to have everything in its place now, aka stuffed under the bed.

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Joint sculpture

July 29th, 2009 by

After realizing it was too late to cancel my summer sculpture class I jumped into the class two weeks in. This is the final sculpture I made for this class. The sculpture is an abstraction of a human forearm.

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Redo-Viking gift card

June 17th, 2009 by

Here is a look at the before and after changes made on the gift card holder for Western AS bookstore. The objective was to make the gift card holder identify more clearly with Western Washington University.

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The Chalk Back

May 28th, 2009 by

I just finished my chair “The Chalk Back” for the Mount baker Plywood Project last night. We had a create today consisting of several 4-7 year olds trying out our furniture. The problem for this project was to make some sort of educational furniture for the younger age bracket.

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WWU ID trip to California

April 4th, 2009 by

I just got back from a great week long trip to San Diego and Los Angeles. I went with 30 other students in Western’s ID program to visit various design firms and museums. I’ve made a flickr account to showcase all of our adventures on the trip: WWUindustrialdesign flicker.

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Coupon Book Back Cover

November 21st, 2008 by

I just completed this ad today! The previous ad had a bunch of pictures of the employees, which was good but had already been done, and the pictures included many of the previous student employees and hadn’t been updated in a long time. For this ad I wanted to put an emphasis on the student run aspect of the store, and the fact that we’re a non-profit organization so all of our revenues go back into the student body. So I took a picture of Mary a good friend of mine and fellow student worker at the bookstore. Along with the slogan “students working for students” Leigh Ann and I came up with 10 of the top reason why students should shop at our store. We went around the store asking people for their opinions of what they thought were the best reasons. 

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ReMade

November 9th, 2008 by

The Juniors in the ID program at WWU just finished their products for ReMade, the annual project that asks students to create products from otherwise useless waste. Last friday the students exhibited their work in downtown Bellingham at IDEAL where the products will also be for sale. If you’re interested in buying one of the products or just want to get a closer look, you can go to www.widg.blogspot.com. The products will also be available for purchase this thursday at the Western AS Bookstore.bizcard

Cha’ching!

May 6th, 2008 by

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I found out today that I won the Swaile Design Technology for the Visually Impaired Scholarship, receiving $1,500.00 and another great addition to my portfolio, getting me that much closer to gaining entry into the Industrial Design program at Western. My professor, Jason Morris mentioned that my layout and interviews were key factors for my receiving the scholarship.

You can find the PDF version of the Design for the Blind Booklet that was entered for the scholarship at DankeDieter.comIn context

The Viking View

April 7th, 2008 by

If you guys are ever wondering what’s happening in Western’s Red Square you can check out this live webcam showing an an aerial view of the square. 

-Also if you ever want to do a one way video chat sometime I could always grab my phone and run out to Red Square and chat with you!

 

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Shelters, in the wide sense of the word

March 19th, 2008 by

Our final project in 3D design was to make some sort of shelter whether it be literal or a play on the idea of shelter. In the spirit of spring I decided to make a butterfly inside of a cocoon. I used wire to make a frame, covered the wings with tissue paper, put a light inside, and used an organic looking cotton paper for the cocoon.
The rest of the pictures are of another student’s work which was a room made of tons of boxes, it was ridiculous. He even had a couple girls sitting on the couch inside the cardboard room just sitting on the couch the whole time. His project took up more than half the room, it was ridiculous! after the critique they ran through the walls of the room making all of the boxes fall all over the place, quite a scene. HPIM1168 HPIM1171 HPIM1156 HPIM1149 HPIM1160