|What made you interested in design?
I have always been a bit on the creative side (it comes with being left handed!) and after trying to do the science and math for a few years with out satisfaction, I made the leap to the artistic world
I've always been creative, even as a child. It's been a natural progression throughout my life as I cultivate different interests.
I make when I 8-9 a basket-magazine (when I played), I cut fotograph I make text with a Olivetti of my mother. Later when I was 12-14 in school, I draw many letterings during the class. I feel typography and layouts interest me. And when I end the school, I begin to design school. I don't mistake, that is my vocation.
I enjoy working with beautiful flowers and the power and feeling they can bring to an event or space.
Throughout my entire life, I've had the passion for creativity. When the computer was introduced I was trying to figure out how to fuse art with the computer. When I began college (CSU, Sacramento) back in 1989, I discovered this cool program called Graphic Design.
I've always been a crafty-type. I used to do art projects with my mom as a small child, and that turned into more involved projects and crafts in my adult life. I've done everything but sewing.
I got into jewelry-making after shopping for bridesmaids gifts. I found these amazing chunky beaded bracelets for over $200 a piece, which were quite obviously not in my budget. Being the crafty girl that I am, my next thought was "I could make that". So I did. And then I couldn't stop.
My father was a graphic artist that did work for Harley, Monroe, Hooker Headers, and many other companies in the past; I grew up around so many different artistic influences that it became ingrained in me. I see the world in terms of design, be it architecture, furniture, automotive or pure art.
I have had a passion for art and design since I was very young. I loved drawing, painting, looking through art and picture books, and looked up to artists of all sorts. I particularly like art with a purpose, which certainly describes graphic design.
i can put my idea in a blank paper
Martin Chadwick the Design Director of Wall Panelling Ltd specially deisnged, created and patented the very exclusive and unique interlocking wall panelling system. There is no other product in the world...
Love being creative and helping others
I have always (and I mean that) been interested in art and creativity. As a child I was discouraged from pursuing art as a career because my parents didn't want me to be a "starving artist" so I found other artistic outlets to express myself.
It wasn't until much later, when I was in my 30s, that I had time to take some fine art classes at a local college. I was taking a watercolors class and not enjoying it too much because it was very abstract and loose. The teacher said, "maybe you'd be better off in our graphic design department." Huh? What's graphic design? I took a look and realized it was what I was made for -- art with a purpose and a little structure.
The rest is history!
My interest in landscape design and gardening was passed on to me by my family, many of whom were exceptional gardeners. I was taught to garden by my grandmother who was taught by her grandmother.
my high school art teacher & my older sister who studied before me.
To answer that question, I have to think back to when I was ten years old when I first said I wanted to be a designer. I just like to make things that I dream up. But I also like to make things that have a valuable purpose. And of course aesthetics count.
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