Some pics that didn’t make the cut

My website recently went online and I am very proud of it, as it’s the first website I ever made! Or at least, an edited version of the first one I ever made. The first one I ever made was for the web design course I took and had to be “about me”. So there were a few things that would look less than professional on a site that I’m hoping would showcase my work.
For instance, the slogan “Will design stuff for money” while still 100% true, seemed just a little too cheeky/desperate/crazy person.

There are also pictures that seemed just a tad too much, so didn’t make the cut. However, it will be very sad if I never got to show pictures of myself channeling Lady Gaga as a hobo, so here it is:

I realise now that the picture is indeed not very Lady Gaga-ish at all…but hey, I tried. At least with the lipstick.

And now my desk! It was taken pre-new laptop, so looks infinitely more dull than it looks these days with the shiny new laptop taking up twice as much space as the old one…


Hello all, and welcome to my blog! As I’ve already said in my “about” section, I will be using this space to share some of my miscellaneous creations, as well as the creations of others that I particularly like.

So it’s time to get excited and make things:

Which is a spin-off of the fantastic “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters:

Keep Calm and Carry On

As Wikipedia summarizes it: “Keep Calm and Carry On was a propaganda poster produced by the British government in 1939 during the beginning of World War II, but never used. It was rediscovered in 2000 and has been re-issued by a number of private sector companies, and used as the decorative theme for a range of other products.

Then there’s also my personal favourite: “Now Panic and Freak Out”
Obviously not a war propaganda poster, but very motivational all the same…

Now Panic and Freak Out

The official website for Keep Calm and Carry On can be found here.

But to get back to the point: Get Excited and Make Things!