Moodboard: February

Hello February! Skies are still overcast and temperatures are low. But the new life is already stirring out there. Walking in the woods last week, we spotted the first bright displays of wild daffodils along the way. And what a sight it was! As if all nature begins to whisper you that spring is forthcoming.

Moodboard: December

December. Sometimes I forget how charming and reassuring you are, the season of Advent. I love the smell of clementine peels, the chill in the air, and the way everything seems to come alive in anticipation of Christmas. December reminds me of hope, inner change, and a chance to start afresh.

Working on this moodboard lets me quiet my mind and reflect on the past months and plan for the year ahead. It's a means of stress relief. December can really feel so hectic and overwhelming with 1000 and 1 bullets on a to-do list, sketching brings you back to here and now. 

What I love about the moodboard design is that it is not supposed to be a finished project. You can continue adding and removing sketches, notes, images, and colors until a strong visual solution is achieved. 

There are no right or wrong approaches to moodboards, no limitations to the process. It's a gut feeling more than science. It simply feels right or doesn't. 

Nothing is more productive than a moodboard that paves the way for the development stage in design.

 

Holiday Design


If you are up for creating your own holiday designs, here's a series of free Christmas fonts that you can install on your computer to make any personal artwork. 







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