Aren't we going to make a book???
Michael has chosen some scripts, storyboards and prints...
I don't understand how to make a book with them.
Ian answers me that to make a book is just a
trick of getting more good ideas,
there won't be a book made at the end.
Taking Michael's advice,
we continue to work till 10pm tonight.
I've made such a layout.
Ian asked me strictly whether I know that there shouldn't
be more than 8 words in one sentence in English,
otherwise, it's difficult to read.
Oh, it's not a problem for Chinese words as they are square-shaped.
Posted by gwen at 11:13 PM
Steve says he really wants to finish reading the two books
that I've published. I suggest to leave him the books,
I can pick them up anytime when he has finished them.
After struggling with me for a while, he makes the decision.
He suggests me to go there after I've finished at W+K.
Then he will return me the books when I work there.
So I need to meet Helen who is the creative director responsible for placement.
( I tell him I'm on placement at W+K. At that time,
I still can't tell the difference between freelance and placement ...
anyway, I care the experience more.)
Posted by gwen at 12:28 AM
What? The new brief is to make a book.
I believe that we need TV and prints at the end...
Anyway, I'm very excited as I love books very much!
Also, there are many interesting stories behind Yakult,
both the product and the company, together with the simple graphics,
I can imagine that we can make a very attractive Yakult picture book.
My friend gave me a book on poo which uses a very interesting way
to introduce poo and digestive system.
Oh! It would be great if I could make a nice book for Yakult!!
Posted by gwen at 12:19 AM
I come to Scotland for this exhibition.
It's absolutely worth it, it's stunning!!
Everybody gets so close to study the hair, the pore
and the texture ... wondering how can he made it so real?
Actually I wonder why we never study and appreciate
our own bodies so seriously
(they can even carry all those functions!) Thank God!!
Posted by gwen at 12:49 AM
I fall asleep while I'm waiting for my hair to dry.
The russian guy next to my bed said to me after peeping at my drawings
"many chinese, art, shit, you, artist, good composition, good lines, talented..."
He is that kind of ARTIST making portrait for tourists in Piccadilly Circus. Hmmmm...
Posted by gwen at 12:45 AM