Hi friends! Visual Inspirations episode 025 has arrived!
The Visual Inspiration series is my continued effort to look outwards for external sources of visual inspiration to help expand and focus my own visual aesthetic. I believe it is just as important to be a consumer of art / creativity as it is to create work of your own.
By doing so, and doing so often, it helps you to better figure out what aesthetics you like & don't like. It also hugely helps with creative blocks and stagnation.
The type of visuals you'll find in this series is largely varied from a lot of different sources (i.e. Tumblr, Pinterest & Reddit).
*The photos in this series are not mine (that is the whole purpose of this series).
The full gallery is waiting for you after the jump:
You guys really seem to enjoy all the tips / bts stuff I share on my Instagram. I’ve started a new Instagram account to permanently house stuff like this. Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Travel guides, features, lol - a more permanent home for stuff that doesn’t belong on my main.
My august travel plans
Hi friends! I have been busy planning some exciting travel projects in the coming months. I've finally locked in the projects and booked the flights so I thought I'd take a minute to give you a quick update on my upcoming adventures!
Find out where I’m headed:
series has moved: ITCHBAN.TUMBLR.COM
Hi friends. Just checking in to let you know that I've decided to move Visual Inspirations series (see below) off to it's very own Tumblr blog. Most of the images in the visual inspirations series are sourced from Tumblr anyway so this just made more sense.
Do check it out - on desktop if you can. The blog looks best browsed on a large desktop monitor:
Yep - I lost two whole years worth of photos and videos. I didn’t take my storage workflow seriously enough and I paid the price. I’ve since revamped my entire workflow from the bottom up, and have come up with a pretty great solution.
Click through to read my full guide on how I setup my new storage workflow.
My short (street) film for Street Classics is live. It is a collection of unseen footage from my travels t through HK, NYC & Japan. Click through for the video.