As Douglas Adams once said about deadlines. I love the sound of them going by. Except in this case I'm a bit disappointed. I was working on adapting my abandoned 30 day project from a while back for the Whitechapel Open. Thought it had a bit of a Rob and Roberta Smith [one of the panel] thing going on. Was going to start again with the text a uniform height and more condensed but ran out of time. Thought it needed something else too. Back to the Adobe stuff it is then.
Yes, Artefacts. Why not? Uploaded the best of five years of Instagram files to Blurb yesterday but a 62 page 7" x 7" book is going to cost £25.00 inc VAT in the UK with a small profit [less than a fiver] added for me. I need a cheaper option, preferably UK based or I will have to resort to creating eBooks, which isn't ideal, even if more environmentally friendly, for photo books.
First attempt at something in Illustrator. It's a dormouse for a birthday card, but it does look more like a hamster. I wish I had used Illustrator to do my Digby book. Would have been so much easier. I'm setting myself some more challenges today and starting to look at InDesign as well.