Booket 3

Karen M Colour Platette



I am between the border of insanity and reality. I have been doing artwork since I was five and asked my Opa (German for Grandfather) to show me how to draw. He drew a stick man with a cowboy hat. But from then on I worked on trying to recreate the images in my head. At a young age I was happy with my stickmen, but when I got older, I wanted to learn more. I wanted to get better. I wanted…to draw manga. When I got even older, I wanted to make my own style, which is why I was glad that I was accepted at Centennial College. Even today I still draw…even though it is mostly to fight off artist block. In future, I hope to finish my two graphic novels and possibly make more.

Type master plan


The design goes for the master plan of ruling the world of typography. The design is really well done. Nicely organize, a pinch of chaos and perfect choice in colour for the theme. The fact I chose it because of Baskerville…was mainly the reason. tee…hee. I can’t seem to find the name of the designer though.

A type specimens book


How do this guys do it? They somehow create this wonderful pieces of art with using just the one font. But I find it as difficult as trying to create an abstract painting. How they can create chaos and order at the same time, I’ll never figure out. I understand it takes time and practise, but it gets so frustrating at times. It is hard to define the difference between illustration and typography.

Post cards after and before

Postcard draft .2

Postcard draft

My inspiration for the first post card is the struggle between two types of people, those who work by paper and those who work by hand. There seems to be a line between the two, where it is rare for these two to meet eye to eye.

The second postcard was inspire from the lemmings game. Be careful who you listen to, they might just send you off a cliff.

The third is inspired by the unfairness of how people treat other because of the jobs they have. If anything, one should expect one’s butt to be kick if they think they can sit on a person.