Bold colours, aggressive pastels, raunchy humour and overly me. For the 66 days of design project I chose to use the medium of stickers. What intrigued me most about this project was seeing how ones creativity can change over time and revolve.
My 66 days of stickers started with the goal of making a sticker a day and then print- ing that sticker out, and sticking it somewhere. The first few days I collected images of where I stuck my stickers. I soon learned that the images of the stickers were not as satisfying as giving out my stickers to friends and family. Seeing the reaction of those I gave stickers to was really wonderful and motivated me to revolve the pro-cess.
When it came to presenting my 66 stickers in a way that best resembled my overall experience, packaging them and giving them out to my class mates was the best application. I believe that the packaging my stickers elevated them and made them more then just illustrations it put them in a real world context.