GDA Shoutout/QUESTIONS

From Graphic Design Arnhem
Jump to navigation Jump to search

To fill out this form follow the example below:

  • Upload Files of images of your projects ('Name_1.jpg, Name_2.jpg etc.)
  • Copy the questions below and Paste them in this log with your name at the top

Name Surname

1. Why did you select this project over the rest?

2. What is this project about?

3. How do you think this can make an impact on external viewers?

4. What inspired this project?

5. what did you learn by doing this?

6. What would you change if you could?

7. What is your visual language (if you have one) and how do you think this project links to that?


Brian Hermelijn

1. Why did you select this project over the rest?

Because out of all the projects, this was one of them that I put the time into combining my interests together, in order to create a final result that shows the topic that I am interested in, and perhaps the viewers could experience what it is like being part of my world.

2. What is this project about?

It's about exploring one's inner subconscious mind, and recreating it back in the dimensional reality (our reality)

3. How do you think this can make an impact on external viewers?

It shows others that it's okay to be vulnerable. To create what you feel is you, rather than suppressing your own inner feelings, your innerworld. Let the world see you, for who you are. 

4. What inspired this project?

I have a deep interest in topics related to consciousness, subconsciousness, spirituality, living in the moment.

5.What did you learn by doing this?

On how to make sounds with your own mouth to create different sounds, how you can make a piece by just listening to music, how you can relate yourself to the canvas.

6. What would you change if you could?

To incorporate more visuals that aren't only shapes, but also having 3D for example within the illustrations.

7. What is your visual language (if you have one) and how do you think this project links to that?

Most of the visual language useds within this project was black/white & shapes, so in a way it also represents one's world can be dark and grim, but still interesting. (I am not sure if this answer the question)