1. Currently working through a 3D roller coaster inspire typography set.

  2. Tutorial

    nopattern:

    A creative tutorial

    1. Try making all kinds of things that are fun to you
    2. Did it work? Do you like what you’ve made?
    3. Not really
    4. Bummer. Try again
    5. Did it work this time?
    6. Yes I made a cool thing
    7. Great, keep doing that over and over again forever
  3. New typography project exploring type with the Din family. 
    Currently up on Behance.

  4. Randomly decided to try and make a donut in c4d.

  5. Created for the Fotolia 10 Collection Contest

  6. You know, I don’t have kids so I can’t really talk too much on this. But when you’re at the grocery store, or at home with your kids – yes you could let them be on their iPad or iPhone playing with whatever app. 

    But why are you giving them devices to interact with? Why aren’t you talking to them?

  7. Converge.
    First personal project in a little while.

  8. Just when I thought I couldn’t love C2C more than I already did this video happens to come out.

    I’ve listened to this song so much and had no idea what they were commenting on until this, shameful enough to say.

    French music always bringing me joy.

  9. I was surprised to see none of Jay Chi’s work has been featured on Behance.

    Definitely one in exhibition/experience design that I think is certainly worth mentioning. The art direction and concept work of Nike stores typically has a certain aura. The work in Nike Greater China is no exception here, especial with the year of the snake and dragon examples.

  10. Simple Solutions vs. Easy Solutions

    Some people confuse finding simple solutions with finding easy solutions. In design, neither of those people are wrong, but the people who set out to find easy solutions are either idiots or just ignorant.

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