Hi everyone! I’m so excited, because I got a new part-time job, and I’m loving it so far. I’m the Social Media Manager for the Portland State Kiwanis Camp Capstone program. The Kiwanis Camp is a camp in the Mt. Hood National Forest for people/kids with disabilities. The program usually has a 1:1 camper, counselor ratio, and the campers get to do all sorts of fun things no matter what their disability is. The Portland State University component is a program where PSU students can serve as camp counselors to fulfill part of their university requirements. My job is to post blog and Facebook posts for the PSU program. You can check out my first post here: https://kiwaniscamp.blogspot.com/2017/01/intelligent-lives-questioning.html. And here is the PSU Kiwanis Capstone Blog and the Kiwanis Camp website. Our Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/MHKCCAP/. I like that I get to learn and report about disability-related items. I think this will be a great learning adventure! I hope I don’t mess up!
Hi! I just made an interactive MEDIAL view of the brain. You can check it out at this link: http://web.pdx.edu/~kristinb/Brains/brainmedialEX2.html
Hi Everybody! I made an interactive brain diagram of the lateral view of the brain that you can check out at this link: http://web.pdx.edu/~kristinb/Brains/brainlateralEX.html
We have a family of squirrels that run around in our backyard. This is one of them resting on top of the fence. They enjoy hiding nuts in all of my mom’s plants and drinking from the cat’s water dish! haha. Feel free to print and color. Will fit on an 8-1/2 x 11 piece of paper.
I had to make this, because my parents are big Oregon Ducks fans. They were watching the Ducks WIN today, so I thought I’d poke the Oregon State Beavers and the University of Washington Huskies with this comic. LOL. Feel free to download and print it off to color. It will fit on an 8-1/2 x 11 piece of paper. I recommend borderless printing if your printer can do that, but it isn’t necessary. Enjoy! Go Ducks!
Here’s my newest coloring page. This is an amalgamation of NYC. Feel free to download, print and color. It should fit on an 8-1/2 x 11 page, and if you can do borderless printing I’d recommend it. Cheers!
I just made this bike coloring page for a special person, but you all can enjoy it if you like. Feel free to download and color. It can be printed on an 8-1/2 x 11 piece of paper. Borderless printing is best if you can do that with your printer. Enjoy! :)
Hi everyone! Long time no see. I just made this kitty coloring page for everybody. You can download it and print it off on an 8-1/2 x 11 piece of paper. I suggest borderless printing if your printer has the capability to do that. I hope you enjoy it! Feel free to post any coloring you do.
I need to print a retraction to my earlier tirade against El Capitan. At this moment it seems like I’ve been able to fix my issues, and I think it was a conflict with font management software, and NOT the fault of the poor El Capitan. I’ve deleted my other article. People stumbling upon this will probably have no idea what I’m talking about. I just want to say that I finally found the right help from a guy named Linc on Apple’s support discussion forums. Yay! Happy computing! And, FYI, if you happen to get error messages saying you don’t have permission to open a file or save a file, just be warned that it may not have anything to do with permissions at all!
Hey graphic design oriented people, crafters, scrapbookers, people who use computers…basically everyone! haha. A friend shared this nice freebie with me, so I’m sharing it with you. It is a completely FREE download of some nice fonts, art, backgrounds, textures, mock-ups, and a sundry of things. If you are so inclined, I highly recommend downloading it. It will expire in a number of days though, so download ASAP. Here is the link: https://www.designcuts.com/product/the-massive-end-of-year-freebie-bundle/
I added lights, a few more bears, and an angel on the top! :)
Since I’m organizing my book collection I decided to make a Christmas tree out of books! hahaha. Here it is so far. I might put lights on it too. If I had the patience I’d string popcorn and put it on! hehe
Well, I finished up my Christmas Ships project and created a brand book. Here are the pages from the brand book. I’m also including a pic of what the cover looks like actually put together. :) I had fun with this project! :)
I’ve been working on this design project for my typography class. I chose to do an event series centered on the Christmas Ships that parade up and down the rivers near Portland, Oregon with Christmas lights. Find out more at http://christmasships.org if you are interested. Here is some of my work so far. There is a whole bunch more process work that I’m not posting, but this is where I’m at right now. We have to create a whole bunch of different parts for the whole campaign. You can click the below images to enlarge them too.
Check out my booklet in the link below:
Yay! Just got my fat quarters of my math fabric that I made. It is basically an inverse of my other math fabric. Still fun to get a new design! http://www.spoonflower.com/designs/4517129 and http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/4517180
I made this for a graphic design project we had to do in my class about maps. It is a map of my parents’ trip from Vancouver to Phoenix.
Tags: type specimen
Wheee! A long while ago in school I made a type specimen brochure for Neutraface No. 2. Click the picture above or this link to see the PDF version. The printed version looks a bit different. I’ll try to post pics sometime.
This is a great presentation/speech. I hope you can watch and share it! It really needs to go viral! Hopefully the correct video will play. It is a TED talk about mental illness and community.
Hey Everybody! I recently made this new brain/neuron fabric and gift wrap! I made a giant brain pillow for my psychiatrist too, and he seemed to like it which was awesome! :) Here are some pics! Also, the fabric, gift wrap, and wall paper are available on spoonflower here: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3713721