History and origins
Inspired by http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/12/22/design-something-every-day I decided to make a small sketch using Inkscape every day. After completing the first year in 2010, in 2011, I decided to refocus the effort using the GNU Image manipulation program. As a result of this project, I’ve led workshops on the applications, given overviews of the project to groups, made strong connections with a dedicated and loyal community, had a few exhibitions, and learned more than I knew was possible about these applications and my design sensibility.
After a personal crisis in November of 2011, I took a year off from this project to refocus and regain my health. In November 2012, I restarted the blog, and intend to finish the second set of 365 sketches on January 1st, 2013.
Moving forward, it will likely be a weekly or occasional sketch, as the daily post was incredibly beneficial, but also daunting for a free project.
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About John LeMasney
My name is John LeMasney and I’m a designer, artist, writer, poet, technologist, consultant, and open source evangelist living and working in New Jersey.
- 20121209: A stylized ampersand made of circles by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #design #typography #creativecommons (365sketches.org)
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- 20121120: A study in hexagonal geometry by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #design #cc (365sketches.org)
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