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October’s Bullet Journal

“…the simple meditative art of writing word by hand ” – Written by hand, Erica Tighe. I love writing by hand. Always have ever since I was young. It started out with the alphabet letters and numbers gradually escalated to lists of television advertisements and cartoon shows that won me over. Years later, it was composition stories and …

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2018’s Design Exploration Goals

“Make and Share. Make and Share. Make and Share.” – Shantell Martin Of my personal legends, design is one of the few I have always wanted to achieve. In hopes of exploring my design enthusiasm, I started this blog in August 2017 to share my work , document my learning curve, open it up to …

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The Finale

Every morning, wake up and move. Wisely choose your wars and battles. Dare to be different. The crowd doesn’t deserve you. With any obstacles, remember that: At the end of your day, look back. Do you deserve that shot in the dark? Every single day.    

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Inception-inspired Render Story

Am not a good verbal storyteller. Even among close friends. Recently, I started learning about visualization. Straying away from the norm of architectural visualizations, I opted to tell stories using visualization. It became interesting to come up with a story line then proceed to design the setting of the story, the sketching, the interior or …

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Render Stories

Superheroes. Children all have different stories about their parents. One point of view is that their parents are superheroes. To them parents can see everything, do anything, have super strength, super speeds and they save the day, any day everyday. This inspired the render visualization below. I chose 2 dining stools for symbolism purposes, a …

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To the design journey ahead

First things first, a toast: Here’s to the art of design Here’s to the passion Here’s to the design journey ahead. Design wasn’t always my passion. I only discovered it while in my 5th year of Architecture School. As months went by, my design interests went beyond the margins of architectural design spilling into a …

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