<roasting marsh mellows, with some amazing DD individuals, loving parents, and passionate volunteers>
Volunteered at Shadow Lake, played group activities, played my very first unofficial basketball game....
Leading a mini art and craft booth - Rubbing leaf - bookmark making booth*
developmentally disabled individuals' senses may be delayed in one sense, but his/her other sensation may exceed a normal human being.
Especially enjoyed watching them feel the leaves; having the leaves, dried ones and moist ones, soft ones and prickly ones... rub against their skin, watching them colouring on the paper, creating marks.
Once again, they inspire me, they pay attention to little details that we often oversee from our *busy* daily routine.
I come home energized and inspired, I have so many dreams waiting for me to make them come true. And with the people I have been bumping into, I was given the opportunity to make one of them happen,
I am sharing my love of art with the most sensitive individuals in the world.
Yoga is such a life long learning subject. Designing a logo for a yoga school brought me into a teacher's vision of yoga. I'm glad that I have been practising yoga myself. It helped me a lot to understand the meaning that the teacher wanted to bring out in her logo.
Sometimes when you design something that is in demand in the society these days, subconsciously you become influenced by all the concepts out there. in the beginning all I can think of is the tree pose, the lotus, and all sorts of typography.
What I learned in this project, is to really understand your client, your creativity resourcing from the true creator of the business generates the best image.
But of course, it is a plus plus when your client appreciates your art and techniques at the first place.