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Here is my completed booklet for my Digital Imaging class.  It can be viewed in the link below:

Portfolio Booklet

Cover Image for booklet

For our next assignment we have to create a booklet with a minimum of 12 pages on a topic of our choice.  I have changed my idea about three times so far.  There was one booklet about food and another about bees… Anyway, I have decided to do a booklet as a small portfolio of sorts.  It will have my work in it that I completed at the Textile Arts Program at Capilano University.  So far so good!

Here is an image of one of my sailboat prints for one of the projects:

Poster Update

Final Poster Image for Digital Imaging in an outdoor location.

I haven’t been yet but the last weekend in March will be an opportunity to check out our local artists and designers – Here some information direct from Portobello West’s website:

“Find your style at Portobello West market, the last Sunday of the month. Meet over 110 local artists and designers and shop for one-of-a-kind fashion and art in one of Vancouver’s most impressive indoor venues.

Created in 2006 and inspired by the famous artisan markets of Europe, Portobello West brings together Vancouver’s talented artists and designers in an eclectic and often surprising mix 10 months of the year. Come down and meet the designers, hear their stories and take home truly original garments, inventive and inspired accessories, unique and sublime jewelry or works of art that speak to you and who you are.

See you at our first market of 2010 – the March Two-Day Season Opener on March 27th and 28th!

Portobello West fashion and art market
is open March to December
at the Rocky Mountaineer Station,
with $2 admission for the public (children 12 and under get in free!),
on the last Sunday of the month from 12pm to 6pm.”

Crafter Becky Stern posted this embroidery a while back which uses LEDs in the imagery.   Here are the links to the Craftzine post and Becky’s site, complete with video tutorial!

Found through A Beautiful Mess but originally from Flickr.

Project from Design Sponge

If you would like to make one too click here for the tutorial!

Love Letters

Photo found on A Beautiful Mess but originally from Flickr as well.

Also found through A Beautiful Mess but its blogger, Elsie Flannigan, doesn’t know the source.  Here is a link to Elsie’s blog instead – great inspiration for all things that are good!

Hope you all had a wonderful valentines day or for those anti-valentines…

In Progress…

Pond at Queen Park After Photomerge in Photoshop

Pond afer Cropping

Pond after subjects were cropped and edited for the photo