Hey there Droga5 team, here are three pieces of artwork that show my creativity and the stories behind them.
Six years ago, I didn't know what I was doing on Photoshop. All I knew was I could make cool stuff and share them online. I made a lot of crappy works but there were a few (actually just this one) that turned out good. This particular typography, one of my early uploads on deviantArt, interestingly enough received a Daily Deviation, which for me felt like winning an award. I still feel the same to this day and I'm proud of my 15-year old self for creating this piece.
I eyed student ad competitions since the day I learned that they exist. It was a great time for me to test and see if I could use my design knowledge to create an ad. So when I read that Spikes Asia has one specifically for young creatives, I joined. I didn't expect anything from my entry. My goal was to simply answer the brief, set by WWF, in the most striking simplest way. And I'd like to believe I achieved my goal—the judges placed my entry in the Top 3. I may not have won first place but the experience of creating an ad for a non-profit organization that's close to my heart was truly rewarding.
Control is an Illusion
I despised people who could watch more than one episode in one sitting... until I became a victim myself. Mr. Robot taught me to embrace bingewatching, which is completely normal (right?). I fell in love with the show that I couldn't keep my excitement every time a new episode was released. I wanted to give a tribute to the show before the last episode of season 2 airs. The team behind Mr. Robot saw my artwork and posted it on their FB page as a teaser poster. Just in time before Elliot proceeded with Stage 2.
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