Monday, December 31, 2007

New Years Update

Sorry for the long time without an update. I was out of commission with getting my portfolio and site ready and then going out of the country for a bit.

Mighty wall should be up-to-date with links. Still up at school is the Zombies edition theme. I will keep it up for the first week back so if you did anything over the break you can pin it up. I will post the new theme as soon as I figure it out so you can spend the last week of your break working on it between all those personal projects you have the chance to do right now. Anyone else with links or news about upcoming shows, sites, or events, just comment here or drop me an e-mail at

To kill some time here's an interesting link I've found:
What the Font is a nice site that allows you to upload pictures and the site will figure out what font was used. Great tool in graphic design class for figuring out a logo font so you can use it in the body copy.

Friday, December 07, 2007

Mighty Wall Links

The Mighty Wall link list is growing wonderfully this year! But for those of you who haven't gotten on the list let me provide you with a place to comment or e-mail for me to get your information.


Comment to this post or e-mail me at
Please remember to post your first and last name (as you want it on the link list), your URL, and your year. If you have more then one link you want up (a blog and a website, or different types of blogs) then let me know of both of them and when the link list gets more organized I may be able to get both of them up in different categories.

For those of you without a blog or anything online I highly recommend getting something. It takes seconds to make and is an excellent way to promote yourself to an international client base. IF you are afraid of some of the sites Terms of Service and the rights you may be extending to them by posting your work then you may want to look into getting your own website (They can be as cheap as $3 a month) Both are very popular and many industry professionals have gone over the TOS with a fine tooth comb to make sure nothing sneaky is going on. Once you have a place to host your images then you can easily cross post your work onto more blogs such as LiveJournal, or even here on Blogger. All this takes maybe 30 minutes to set up, and a boring afternoon to check out the sites TOS to make sure you're happy with them.