It's not reality TV. It's something you have to make a reality. This summer at the London 2012 Summer Olympics, athletes from around the globe will be competing for medals, but for the rest of us, medals are not the reward. The reward is knowing we've got the best out of ourselves through years of hard work, dedication and more hard work. Winning feels good but it doesn't come easy. From personal happiness to leaving a genuine personal legacy; life's potential list of achievements are too many to surmise. Taking inspiration from The Olympics coming to LDN, LBB and Boxpark Shoreditch will be featuring 14 of the best poster designs that showcase what the 'art of winning' looks like.
I'm really pleased to announce that I will be one of the artists showing you what winning looks like (no pun intended). I was picked as one of the 14 lucky creatives to have my work exhibited for the month of July at Boxpark London. There is a launch party on the 5th of July at Boxpark from 5pm - 11pm, and I'll be coming over for the event via EuroStar (i'm such a globe trotter!)
If your in London and fancy coming down for the opening night, enjoying the art, music and a few drinks then I'd love to meet you and chat.
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Thats so awesome I entered into a Olympics poster comp and did a design based on Hermes the Greek God
Thanks! Where can I go to see your poster? Got a link?
Not at the mo, i'll upload it here sometime. I don't think its that good you know when you have an awesome idea in your mind but its not the same when its down on paper or computer should I say.
Yeah I totally know how that is. Sometimes I find it takes refinement over time to get the idea to reproduce in a way which does the original idea total justice.
I also find when I spend so long on one piece I end up disliking it because I've spent so long looking at it haha.
Yeah If I get to that stage I just leave it a lone for a day or two then come back to it with fresh eyes.