January for me has been like groundhog day, I was plagued by illness and spent most of the first week in bed. After a few days of resting, the boredom kicked in, I had read everything that was on my waiting list, books, magazines all got consumed, bored. The second week I was just as poorly but this time I was hit with something else, guilt. Not guilt of the
Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year. I mean, I love summer, but something about the autumn really appeals to me and not just because it marks my birth season. Leaves falling from the trees, getting nice and cosy in big woolly jumper, lighting the log burner and switching on the Aga, not to mention any excuse to crack open last year’s batch of Sloe Gin. Autumn
I could never describe a typical day in my life as a graphic designer as it can be so changeable someday’s I am at the computer all day and others I can be printing, foiling, painting or lasering in the studio, it’s so varied and I love it!
Or at least they think they are! I’ve had this post in the back of my mind for sometime, debating whether or not to write it, not wanting to sound self-righteous or put anyone down but I can’t help think that the graphic design industry is one that everyone thinks they can dip their toe in if they wish. Not only does this devalue the whole industry but the effects of