Monday, September 20, 2010
Conclusions on Design and First Day Three Dee
My end manifestation of VisCom final project - something involving cereal boxes - confirmed for me that ultimately, despite their impressively clean lines and pressed shirts, designers always have to compromise. Sell out to sell it. Make money to live. Whilst I'm still young I won't bother with this pragmatism. However the two weeks were, above all, enlightening.
I am a little disappointed to learn that essays have been phased out of this course. ACADEMIA IS NOT ARCHAIC.
The first day of 3D spatial was challenging. It was structure over aesthetics, at least in our group. The additional dimension is a bit of a mindfuck, but probably in a good way.
Posted by Bronte at 3:36 PM