My dad and I went to an exhibition at the V&A recently which was making me reflect on the impact and power of design and visual culture. Even something as innocuous as an observational study of hands can have so many different moods and implications... If you saw me in a café drawing image 1, for example, you'd have a totally different idea of who I am as a person than image 3. But yeah, in other news drawing hands is something I love to hate and so I've been practising a lot recently #design#visualculture#hands#study#hand#digitalart#procreateapp#procreate#wacom#wacompen#ipadart#ipad
Siempre he pensado que mis manos son feas, demasiado grandes, demasiado anchas, demasiado fuertes, demasiado hombrunas... Pero @josedb_ me las retrata con tanto arte que hasta me parecen bonitas .
“A maker is someone who can imagine things and realize it. It requires two parts, one is the thinking through what to do, how to make, how to solve it, how to create it, design it, you know, cut it, code it, whatever. How to think in systems. The second part is, he should be able to take this idea and go to machines and cut things, and make it into a reality.” - Rajesh Nair, Director of Practice, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Asia School of Business