So VidCon 2014 happened. I’ve taken a little while to write this post because I have so much to say and share with all of you and I wanted to make sure it was all organized. HGTV had a big presence at VidCon this year, and I did a ton of design work for them, so keep reading to learn all about it and to check out some videos I posted from the weekend!
The movie of The Fault in Our Stars is set to come out soon, so DFTBA came out with a TFioS Preparedness Kit, and included in that kit are these TFioS sunglasses which I designed. Keep reading for more photos and a bit about the design process!
April Fools is over for another year, so I thought I’d share the designs I made for my April Fools joke this year. Essentially, I made a video explaining how because of my new “inclusive design philosophy,” I’d be re-releasing all of my merch using only fonts that are available to everyone – mostly Comic Sans. For one day each year, it’s so fun to pretend to genuinely love Comic Sans. But wait, this shirt I designed is actually a real shirt for one week only! DFTBA agreed to sell it as a limited run, and I can’t wait to wear it ironically.
I don’t think I’ve made a blog post on here about any of my HGTV DIY videos, but if you didn’t know, I’ve been making weekly craft videos over on HGTV Handmade since January! This past week’s was my favorite craft so far, so I thought I’d share the photos I took and give you a little behind-the-scenes on the project.
I present to you the Womb of Requirement, a Harry Potter fan fiction written by Hank Green for The Harry Potter Alliance’s Equality FTW campaign. The HPA asked me to design the PDF for this story, and now I’d like to share the design with all of you. Also keep reading for a look at the PDF of Maureen Johnson’s story A Study in Sink!