Some cool bottled water images:
Boycott bottled water – campaign design
Image by CowGummy
I’ve just graduated from Central Saint Martins college of Art & Design. Woohoo!
I’ve also got a job lined up working as a graphic designer for ‘Plastichead Music’ – a UK based international distributor of kick ass music.
It’s all coming together… I figured it’s been too long since I’ve uploaded any of my actual work, so here’s a few portfolio pieces.
Brief: To design a poster promoting the benefits of tap water over bottled water.
Media: Adobe Illustrator CS2
TSA Takes My Bottled Water But NOT My TWO Knives!
Image by BrentDPayne
In what the Twitterverse would call a ‘whale fail’ for TSA, they
managed to take my bottled water but fail to notice my two pocket
How did I do it? Did I keep them in my pocket? Did I sneak them into
the sole of my sock? Or did I slip them in between two electronic
devices? Nope!! I tossed them right out into the open in my mix of
coins, cash, and jewelry.
My question? What else is sliding through TSA security? I know it’s
not my bottle of water. They barked at me well before I even got to
the screening machine about that! Which reminds me, I’m thirsty! Maybe
I’ll go snag another bottle of water. I guess if I don’t have enough
cash I could hold the cashier at knifepoint for it (severe sarcasm
with a hint of bewilderment).
Maybe TSA is monitoring my blog, Twitter feed, or Facebook and they’ll
come get me at Gate 10 at Midway airport. Now wouldn’t that be
interesting? Whale fail at the gate but sniff me out online.
*continues to shake head* Sigh!
Palettes of bottled water are prepared for Operation Tomodachi
Image by United States Marine Corps Official Page
Marines from III Marine Expeditionary Force tighten straps on a palette of bottled water bound for mainland Japan from Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in support of Operation Tomodachi, March 16. Marines from III MEF, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 152, delivered the bottled water, totaling more than 140 cases, to Atsugi, Japan. Marines and sailors from III MEF are actively providing support for foreign humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations in mainland Japan. The name Tomodachi, which means â€œfriendsâ€ in Japanese, was chosen by the government of Japan.