A page from my sketchbook and a promotional fortune teller I am going to print up soon for the ICON5 Roadshow Salon. It can function either as a mini-poster or a fortune teller! Ask any question and find the (brief) answer.
Saturday, May 17, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
I've been busy hanging my senior Commencement show and getting ready for the Illustration department's Scratch store sale - where all graduating seniors get to sell their goods! These are the tags I've designed for the screen prints and t-shirts I'm selling. Of course they will be cut down individually - but I thought they looked pretty cool all together.
Posted by Ana Benaroya at 12:58 PM
Sunday, May 4, 2008
"You show your true face to the people who really matter." This assignment was based off a fortune cookie-fortune, so I took three different approaches (although all of them involving hands and faces). The basic concept I was working with was hiding one's true face or true personality with one that would be more like-able. The last one with the hair couple is a more humorous approach - i thought it would be funny to have a guy and girl with matching face-covering-hairdos.
Posted by Ana Benaroya at 1:06 PM
these five patterns were commissioned by Pretty Empire Patterns - and will be printed for purchase most likely by the end of the summer. i had a great time doing these - since they're all things I usually wouldn't draw! especially the retro cameras.
Posted by Ana Benaroya at 12:56 PM