“Get Huge And Push Content” Poster
I decided to create a new version of my motivation print by using 18”x24” cardboard paper, letter stencils and black sharpie. It’s a little cleaner than the previous one and easier to reproduce. I think I like the simplicity of this version better. Thoughts?
Cat Falling Test Print
I adopted a large format printer at work and decided it was finally time to mass produce the “cat falling” print. What do you think of blue ink on white paper? Special thanks to my co-worker for holding it steady and making a terrifying face.
Business Card Sized IOU
A few months ago I posted mocks of a business card IOU that I created. Today, I decided to gather a stack and take some legitimate photos of the finished product. Take a look and let me know what you think.
My friend Brian and I write a lot of IOUs to each other. We typically scribble them on napkins, post-it notes and even socks. In order to clean up and standardize the process, I created a business card sized version. It’s not 100% done, so please let me know if I should change or add anything.
I finally put together a small gift to thank my old boss for helping me get a job in San Francisco. Rather than send a traditional card, I put together a kit, which included gift certificates to his favorite Haight Street spots as well as a fantastic mix CD. Everything was placed in an envelope with this one-sheeter.
Don’t Mind Me
I’ve been in San Francisco for nearly six months yet I still haven’t solidified a place to live. So, in honor of my loose-footedness, I created this note to hang on my door. Yes, I know it’s poorly done but it’s thoughtful: Cardboard and a black Sharpee are a rambling man’s favorite tools.