Here’s the skinny – i need your help and the best part is it’s super easy! All i need you to do to show support is click the image above or goto this link - click me – and just click “vote” on the image above or the one titled Mingadigm (that’s me?!) to vote for my inclusion in this exhibition described below! super simple, it helps the process if while you’re voting you are currently logged out of facebook, doesn’t like that for some reason. 1 click is fantastic, but in order to win it’s all about the numbers; so if you’d be so kind as to click “vote” once a day everyday until voting closes, you’d be completely awesome. thanks for the help. regards minga
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Become one of the 20 Designers featured in the design gallery at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 2011. Hundreds are considered for this opportunity and you will receive great exposure for your work. It will be seen by hundreds of people (pretty influential people I might add) throughout the festival and the following week.
Talk about getting your name out there and rubbing shoulders with some of the best! Not only will you earn a spot in the gallery, but your name/link will be featured on wmcfest.com and on all print materials!
Other than my illustration work, I also work in Digital, designing websites of all flavours and dabbling in other sectors of online too. Bringing all sorts of campaigns to life online and for some great clients, ranging from adidas to Kellogg’s. I’ve a new temp portfolio that’s just gone up. Take a gander just below.
View the design portfolio here.
― Daniel J Diggle
I was on a job for the city of New York shooting an event honoring the NYPD. It was a nice event, but event photography is fairly boring and needless to say you rarely get photos you’d want to use for something else. But you always have to keep an eye open, just like any time you go out with your camera. You never know when you’ll spot something interesting, like the light hitting this construction site that I had a view of from the 12th floor.
Destroy The Machines
Originally started for the latest KDU solstice magazine. Not quite finished in time, I submitted The Roots instead. Now after retrieving the pencil sketch, starting to ink it. I’m using a slightly rougher, more textured approach on this one, fibre tip pens replacing the technical and cross hatching taking up the brunt of the shading. This is a work in progress, check the flickr link below for updates over the coming days.
Development images here.
― Daniel J Diggle