Since 2011, Andrew Burke has been having a blast creating photo mashups of iconic Nova Scotia scenery with a scifi twist. Burke is the creator of the locally popular ‘Star Ships Start Here’. An independent web developer by trade, Burke caught up with us to talk about his process, Nova Scotian roots and the importance of proof reading your merch.
For over 4 years, designers, illustrators and doodlers have collaborated with us to create thematic poster artwork. Created to promote meetups and special parties, here they are in no particular order:
Hello, my name is Alison and I’m a web designer that spent my entire Saturday coding various web items around the central theme of farting in a jar.
Now hear me out – this was for my first hackathon. For those not in the know, a hackathon is an event in which programmers, developers and designers come together to collaborate intensively on a software project. Generally from scratch, and often in teams of complete strangers.
Michael Lei has an extensive career as a 3D modeler and currently works at DHX media. In this career he has discovered the importance of knowing the tools of your community, and always searching for something new to learn. In fact with his huge range of experience we have two distinct topics for two distinct articles from just one interview.
Exactly one hour after the first day of Collide Creative Technology Conference wrapped up, video game theme music could be heard echoing from the main stage. Setting the theme of ‘leveling up your portfolio’, the music by Nerd Army welcomed attendees to the start of the third E3C + Behance Portfolio Review.
Michael Lei has an extensive career as a 3D modeler and currently works at DHX media. In this career he has discovered the importance of knowing the tools of your community, and always searching for something new to learn. In fact with his huge range of experience we have two distinct topics for two distinct articles from just one interview. Here, we’ll talk about the tools and community that surround 3D animation.
Rob Cameron considers himself a drawer of all sorts. While he doesn’t have a problem drawing from imagination, or putting together comics from what he calls “His weirdest thoughts”, it’s easy to see one of his main focuses is life drawing. You can see his work on Very Satisfied, and even join him at Plan-B Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm for the life drawing sessions he administrates. We took some time Read More
100in1Day – that’s 100 actions all happening on one day: on June 6.
Join other citizens in making the Halifax Region a better place through organising yourself or participating at others’ ‘interventions’. Interventions or urban actions are a simple, low-cost way for anybody to showcase their ideas for a better city. Read More
Holy moly, Portfolio Review Night is just around the corner!
Our second rendition of the partnership between E3C and Behance is May 12th, and we’ve lined up nine reviewers in design, illustration, animation and photography waiting to see your work. Read More