To translate 6A in a graphical project, I decided to release the 1/3rd principle on a ordinary squared notebook, meaning that only 1/3rd of the regular amount of squares/lines/… will remain visible. As a result of this restriction -with almost endless variations possible-, every page of the normally mone-bridle booklet becomes unique. In this way the restriction, which often has a negative connotation, becomes contradicted and van even be seen as an enrichment. The website for this project on A6Anotebooks.com.
First test for my master thesis project 6 ampère. The inspiration for this theme came from a personal experience where I was confronted with a very strict limitation (in this case electrical power as 6 ampère is about 1/3rd of the normal amount of electical power). The aim of this project was to manifest that a restriction doesn’t need to be negative, and can even become an enrichment (when approached in a good way).To see the result of this project, please visit A6Anotebooks.com.
Invitation for the Antwerp Showroom in NY, an event where these 2 fashion-city would meet, and so used the illustration of both their skylines…
During the master year of graphic design we had to do an internship of 3 months. I did mine at the Flanders Fashion Institute (FFI) in Antwerp.. It wasn’t a obvious choice, since it wasn’t a graphic studio, but it was a very nice working experience! Here you see some spreads from the Startersgids, a booked made for young creatives and more specific fashion designers with info and tips about starting a career in the fashion world…Some of the pictures are mine, other are from other events organized by FFI.