We’re all pretty happy over at Tremendousness to have had three projects selected in AIGA STL’s 20th annual design show (more about those projects over at the Tremendousness blog).
We’re also proud to have created the identity for the entire show.
But I think it’s especially cool that none of the projects I designed were selected. My co-founders Chris & Scott handled the visuals of our three winning entries. Why’s that cool? Because I did the copywriting for two of the winning entries.
Writing is just as important to a good design as the goal or the layout. And I’ve been getting even more into writing since founding Tremendousness in 2013. I’ve always enjoyed it, but I just seem to be enjoying it more lately. That is all.
Quite pleased to be selected as St. Louis’ “Best Local Instagrammer” by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch‘s GO! Magazine.
Who sees the shapes of states in random cracks in mortar? This guy. #50foundstates has all the states, in found form (rocks, boarded-up windows, cuts of wood). Bill Keaggy’s Instagram account is a glimpse of a creative life. For a while, he posted his captions upside-down. Why? We’re not sure, but they were tagged #dailyabstraction. Follow for his keen eye, scenes from St. Louis that don’t scream frozen custard and scribbled sketches on notebook pages.
I know there are many, many better Instagrammers here in STL, but thank you! I’m @keaggy on Instagram.
PS: The #dailyabstractions captions were upside down so people would not immediately understand what the abstracted photo was and could absorb it minus context.